9 credits at level HE4
This module will develop your understanding of principles related to establishing and maintaining an inclusive learning environment in your subject specialist area. You will consider the role of inclusive learning in all key aspects of professional practice, including planning, implementation, assessment and evaluation. You will engage in reflecting on how this can be used to inform your own practice.
Assessment: theories, principles and applications for formal and informal assessment; initial, diagnostic and summative assessment; Individual Learning Plans (ILPs)
Learner feedback: principles of good practice in providing appropriate verbal and written feedback to learners
Planning: devising schemes of work and session plans which promote equality, diversity and inclusion
Teaching and learning strategies: using inclusive strategies for improvement and success of learners
Teaching and learning resources: using resources effectively to promote equality, support diversity and contribute to effective learning; evaluation of resources, including new and emerging technologies
Minimum Core in numeracy and ICT: identifying and applying language and literacy, numeracy and ICT skills to own subject specialist area
The module will be delivered using a variety of methods such as lectures, seminars, group/individual tutorials, presentations, and practical activities. Learning and teaching will be achieved through a blended learning approach (combination of face-to-face and electronic based resources and communications).
Individual support will be given in tutorials.
The module will be assessed by a portfolio of evidence demonstrating both theoretical and practical approaches.
when you have successfully completed this module you will:
to demonstrate that you have achieved the learning outcome you will:
|1.||Demonstrate ways to negotiate and plan for an inclusive learning environment
1.1 Establish and maintain an inclusive learning environment
1.2 Evaluate ways of planning, negotiating and recording appropriate learning goals with learners.
1.3 Justify and use inclusive teaching strategies for improvement and success of learners
1.4 Devise and justify a scheme of work which meets learnersí needs and curriculum requirements
1.5 Devise and justify session plans which meet the aims and needs of individual learners and/or groups
|2.||Understand theories, principles and applications of formal and informal assessment and their role in inclusive learning||
2.1 Analyse the application of theories and principles of assessment in relation to practice in own specialist area.
2.2 Analyse the role of assessment in evaluation and quality processes
|3.||Demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of how to give effective feedback
to promote learner progress
3.1 Justify and use inclusive approaches in giving verbal and written feedback to learners.
3.2 Evaluate opportunities for learners to provide feedback to inform practice.
|4.||Understand how to use teaching and learning resources inclusively to meet curriculum requirements.
4.1 Review a range of learning and teaching resources, including new and emerging technologies, discussing their effectiveness in meeting individual learning needs
4.2 Demonstrate how resources can be used to promote equality, support diversity and contribute to effective learning.
|5.||Understand and demonstrate knowledge of the minimum core in own practice.||
5.1 Identify numeracy and ICT skills which are integral to own specialist area, reviewing how they support learner achievement.
5.2 Apply minimum core specifications in literacy and language to improve own practice.
5.3 Apply minimum core specifications in numeracy to improve own practice.
5.4 Apply minimum core specifications in ICT to improve own practice.
Your achievement of the learning outcomes for this module will be tested as follows:
There are no prerequisites for this module.
No restrictions apply.
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