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Knowledge questions for facilitation

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    • 447103563500QuestionsStudent name:Assessor name:Unit of competency:Delivery and facilitation TAADEL401B, TAADEL402B, TAADEL403B, TAADEL404BDate of assessment:Instructions to Candidate:As part of your assessment for the delivery and facilitation units complete the answers to these questions to demonstrate underpinning knowledge using your learner guides and other resources you may source. Please attach this document to your work.Imagine that you are facilitating learning a new group of 12 people. Describe how you would establish an environment that is conducive to group learning?Select one of the Adult Learning Principles listed below and describe how the theory could be used when facilitating Group-Based Learning?Behavioural learning theoryInformation processing theoryCognitive learning theoryConstructivist learning theorySituational approach to learningProblem based learningChoose another of the Adult Learning Principles and describe how you would apply it when facilitating Individual learning:You are facilitating learning with a group of 12 people and after explaining a complex topic to the group, you notice looks of confusion on the faces of your students. What might you do in this situation?Provide a brief explanation of how you can utilise the experience and diversity of your learners as a ‘resource’ to support learning?What methods can you use to ensure that your learners are actually learning during group-based or individual learning?What is meant by ‘formative assessment’ and how does it relate to facilitating learning with groups and individuals?Provide an example of a Learning or training Objective you might set out to achieve in group-based and individual facilitation (you may wish to apply the ‘S.M.A.R.T’ principle):Briefly explain how you can encourage your learners to reflect on personal learning progress?Describe a process you might use to ensure effective participation by all learners?Identify and describe 3 different delivery and facilitation methods or techniques you could use when delivering training to a group?Identify and describe 3 different learner styles that your students may encounter and what teaching strategies would you use to cater for these learners?Conduct some research on the term ‘Andragogy’. What does this mean and how does it relate to adult learning?What behaviours/signs/signals might you notice if one of your learners is having difficulties with the learning materials you have provided?One of your new trainer colleagues has approached you for advice after running their first training course. Your colleague seems disappointed as they hand you the 15 feedback forms that their learners had filled out. The comments were things like “The trainer used words that I didn’t understand”, “It was too hard!!!”, “The trainer was very professional but didn’t really fit in with our group style”, “I felt like I wasn’t included” and “I felt daunted”. What advice would you give your colleague on oral communication and language skills?Design a questionnaire you could use to determine your learner’s characteristics and needs? Make sure you take privacy and relevance into considerationExplain the why it is important for trainers to regularly self reflect on their own teaching practice?The Student’s underpinning knowledge was:Not SatisfactorySatisfactoryStudent’s signatureAssessor’s signature

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