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This course emphasises the role of the lecturer in enabling successful learning for all learners. This course encourages you to critically reflect on your understanding of your learners and yourself as a learner. You will be encouraged to deepen your insight of the needs and characteristics of your learners, underpinned by appropriate theoretical ideas which address factors that impact on being successful learners. The course brings together ideas of reflective practice, effective facilitation of learning and the development of skills for learning. It will support you to become flexible, reflective, innovative, creative and committed to professional development.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||30 credits (15 ECTS credits)|
The Successful Learners in Further Education course will encourage you to work collaboratively with your peers in order to:
· Reflect on your practice and your learning and to diagnose personal learning needs
· Develop your insight about your learners through consideration of theoretical ideas relevant to your context and your practice
· Explore how you can further support diverse learner needs and characteristics
Participants must be teaching in a relevant context to undertake this course.
Information on contact teaching time is available from the course guide.
First attempt: In-course written assessment by means of a 3000 word critical analysis, drawing on relevant theory and current research, of the characteristics and needs of a group of learners (based on reflections on a minimum of two learning sessions), including an the evaluation of the impact of these needs and characteristics on learning. Students must also complete a practice based element of an observation of practice from the University tutor or the College co-tutor. Resit: one further resit opportunity will be permitted, subject to meeting the conditions for post-graduate taught ‘conversion’ courses.
There are no assessments for this course.