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Passing CTLLS Assessments
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This is an essential text for all CTLLS candidates, whatever their awarding organisation. It is specifically written around the Lifelong Learning UK mandatory units for the CTLLS qualification and provides a comprehensive guide to the assessment requirements at levels 3 and 4.

Self assessment activities measure progress towards the 'Planning and Enabling Learning' and 'Principles and Practice of Assessment' mandatory units, and there are links to the PTLLS mandatory unit and the optional units. Detailed guidance on how to demonstrate and evidence competence is provided so that candidates can prepare for and complete their formal assessments with confidence.

 
Introduction
 
- The structure of the book and how to use it
 
- Preparing for your assessments
 
- Self-assessment activities and guidance for evidencing competence
 
Planning and Enabling Learning Unit
 
- Ways to negotiate appropriate individual goals with learners
 
- How to plan for inclusive learning
 
- How to use teaching and learning strategies and resources inclusively to meet curriculum requirements
 
- How to use a range of communication skills and methods to communicate effectively
 
- The minimum core in own practice
 
- How reflection, evaluation and feedback can be used to develop own practice
 
Principles and Practice of Assessment Unit
 
- Key concepts and principles of assessment
 
- Different types of assessment
 
- The strengths and limitations of a range of assessment methods
 
- The role of feedback and questioning in the assessment of learning
 
- How to monitor, assess, record and report learner progress and achievement
 
- How to evaluate the effectiveness of own practice
 
The CTLLS qualification
 
- PTLLS unit
 
- CTLLS mandatory and optional units
 
- Minimum Core
 
- Teaching practice
 
-Observed practice
 
Appendices
 
- Planning and enabling learning level 3 - Criteria and self-audit
 
- Planning and enabling learning level 4 - Criteria and self-audit
 
- Principles and practice of assessment level 3 – Criteria and self-audit
 
- Principles and practice of assessment level 4 – Criteria and self-audit
 
- Planning and enabling learning level 3 - Examples of portfolio evidence
 
- Planning and enabling learning level 4 - Examples of portfolio evidence
 
- Principles and practice of assessment level 3 - Examples of portfolio evidence
 
- Principles and practice of assessment level 4 - Examples of portfolio evidence
 
Index

"An essential read for every new lecturer." Lecturer, Middlesbrough College


everything you need to know when passing ctlls course

Emma Manchett
Teacher Education & Prof Development, West Anglia College
May 7, 2014

A good book, however, student's seem to think it can replace more appropriate research, i.e. they use it as a short-cut!

Mr Nigel McVeagh
Trainer/Teacher and Management Training, Skills2Train
November 22, 2013

Although not currently mapped against the Units for the new CTLLS the Chapter headings provide signposting to relevant outcomes. This makes it easy for candidates and Centres to locate relevant information to either develop valid assessment tasks or guide candidates toward appropriate evidence.

Mrs Sheila Rooth
Education and Training, NCFE
November 21, 2012

A good book that will assist individuals with their CTLLS course.

Mr Pete Jackson
Initial Teacher Training, Lincoln College
July 9, 2012

Is a useful guide for students with limited teaching experience.

Mr Robert Hunter
Initial Teacher training, City College Plymouth
June 18, 2012

This book will not be very useful for the new standards when we deliver this course in the future. It also does not provide additional information that cannot be found by wider reading.

Miss Amanda Turner
Teacher Education & Prof Development, West Anglia College
December 19, 2011

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ISBN: 9780857253699