Diploma Unit 3 (DET)


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Theories, principles and models in Education and Training (Level 5)

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  • Information leaflets
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  • Checklists
  • Templates & completed examples
  • Assignments
  • PowerPoints
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    Self-assessment grid  


    Self-assessment grid (in Word) (50p)
    (Ref SAGU3D)

    2 page template listing the five learning outcomes and 12 assessment criteria which make up the unit Theories, principles and models in education and training. The document is in Word to enable learners to add their statements to meet the assessment criteria.

    A completed example is available below: Ref PGU3D


    Guidance for achieving the unit 


    Completed example of the self-assessment grid (£4.50)
    (Ref PGU3D) 

    5 pages listing guidance and evidence which could be produced to meet the learning outcomes and assessment criteria of the unit Theories, principles and models in education and training.

    Each aspect is cross referenced to relevant criteria in the other mandatory units to enable holistic assessment.

    A blank version in Word is available above: Ref SAGU3D


    Information leaflets 

    The information leaflets briefly cover all the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for this unit. However, learners are advised to research the topics further if working towards the qualification. PowerPoints are available for teachers which contain similar information to the information leaflets, but also include detailed presenter notes and activities for learners. Please scroll to the end of the page.


    Information leaflet - Theories, principles and models of learning (£1.50)
    (Ref D931D)

    8 pages covering: • How does learning occur? • Learning preferences • Fleming’s VARK • Honey & Mumford’s learning styles • Pedagogy and andragogy: Knowles • Retention of learning: Pike • Domains of learning: Bloom • Conditions of learning: Gagne • Sensory theory: Laird • Experiential theory: Kolb • Humanistic: Rogers • Behaviourism: Skinner • Cognitivism: Piaget • Constructivism: Vygotsky • Pragmatism: Dewey • Reading list  • Website list 


    Information leaflet - Theories, principles and models of communication (£1.50)
    (Ref D932D)

    7 pages covering:  • What is communication? • Ways to communicate with learners and others • Speaking, listening, reading, writing • Verbal communication • Non-verbal communication • Written communication • Barriers to communication • Meeting individual learner needs • Berne’s Transactional Analysis theory • Interpersonal and intrapersonal skills • Emotional intelligence • Reading list • Website list


    Information leaflet - Theories, principles and models of assessment (£1.50) 

    (Ref D933D)

    8 pages covering: • Why should assessment take place? • The assessment cycle • Theories of assessment • Concepts of assessment • Principles of assessment • VARCS • SMART • Roles of an assessor • Types of assessment • Reading list • Website list


    Information leaflet - Theories, principles and models of curriculum development (£1.50)
    (Ref D934D)

    6 pages covering: • The curriculum • Stakeholders • Programme models • What influences your course? • The hidden curriculum • Process and product models • Spiral model • Linear model • Reading list • Website list 


    Information leaflet - Theories, principles and models of reflection and evaluation (£1.50)
    (Ref D935D)                                               
    7 pages covering: • Reflective practice • Evaluation • Self-evaluation • Reviewing own practice • Kolb • Schön • Griffiths and Tann • Brookfield • Reading list • Website list


    Handouts  


    Handout - Examples of VARK learning preferences (50p)

    (Ref H9037)
    1 page table of examples of activities which can meet the visual, aural, read/write and kinaesthetic (VARK) learning preferences.


    Handout – Examples of verbal and non-verbal communication (50p)
    (Ref H9025)
    1 page of information regarding verbal and non-verbal communication, along with a table of 25 examples of each.


    Handout - Table of objectives (£1.00)
    (Ref U9053A)
    1 page of information detailing over 200 different objectives at different levels of learning, to aid the session planning process.


    Handout – Table of Assessment Types (£1.50)
    (Ref A9050)
    3 pages of information listing over 40 different assessment types with details of each.


    Handout – Table of Assessment Methods & Approaches: Strengths and Limitations (£2.50)
    (Ref A9051)
    14 pages of information detailing over 45 different assessment methods & activities, along with the strengths and limitations of each.

    Handout – Table of Example Assessment Requirements (50p)
    (Ref A9053)
    1 page of information detailing internal and external assessment requirements i.e. of the learner, the assessor, the organisation and the awarding organisation.


    Checklists  


    Teaching, learning and assessment checklist (£1.50)
    (Ref HC012)
    A comprehensive 4 page checklist containing over 100 questions based on the five aspects of the teaching, learning and assessment cycle. It should help all teachers ensure they are performing their role effectively when delivering sessions and assessing learners.


    Verbal, listening, non-verbal and written communication skills checklist (£1.00)
    (Ref HC003)
    3 page checklist containing approximately 70 aspects to help improve verbal, listening, non-verbal and written communication skills.

    Templates and completed examples 


    Template – Reflective Learning Journal (in Word) (50p)
    (Ref AT005)
    1 page template which can be used as a reflective learning journal. Helps focus thought by explaining, describing, analysing and revising actions. See below for a completed example: Ref I9015A


    Completed Example of a Reflective Learning Journal (£1.50)
    (Ref I9015A)
    2 page completed example of a reflective learning journal. This is from the perspective of a teacher delivering their first session to a new group of learners. The detailed reflection takes into account theories such as Schon and Brookfield. See above for a blank template in Word: Ref AT005


    A full set of assessment record templates (in Word) (£3.00)
    (AT001) 
    5 templates in Word (with instructions) for you to amend to suit your own requirements: initial & diagnostic assessment, action plan, assessment plan, feedback and action record, assessment tracking sheet. A completed set is below: Ref A9059


    Completed example of a full set of assessment records (£4.00)
    (A9059) 
    5 completed examples of: initial & diagnostic assessment, action plan, assessment plan, performance and knowledge report, assessment tracking sheet. A blank set in Word is available above: Ref AT001


    Assignments

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    PowerPoints  

    The PowerPoints cover all the learning outcomes and assessment criteria for this unit. They include detailed presenter notes and ideas for activities for learners to carry out. They are designed for a 4-6 hour delivery but can easily be adapted. Information leaflets are available for learners which contain most of the information from the PowerPoints, these can be used as handouts to support the presentation. Please scroll to the top of the page to access them.


    PowerPoint - Theories, principles and models of learning (£10.00)
    (Ref D301D )

    34 slides with detailed presenter notes covering:

     • How does learning occur? • Learning preferences • Fleming’s VARK • Honey & Mumford’s learning styles • Pedagogy and andragogy: Knowles • Retention of learning: Pike • Domains of learning: Bloom • Conditions of learning: Gagne • Sensory theory: Laird • Experiential theory: Kolb • Humanistic: Rogers • Behaviourism: Skinner • Cognitivism: Piaget • Constructivism: Vygotsky • Pragmatism: Dewey • Summary quiz • Reading list  • Website list


    PowerPoint - Theories, principles and models of communication (£10.00)
    (Ref D302D)

    32 slides with detailed presenter notes covering: 

    • What is communication? • Ways to communicate with learners and others • Speaking, listening, reading, writing • Verbal communication • Non-verbal communication • Written communication • Barriers to communication • Meeting individual learner needs • Berne’s Transactional Analysis theory • Interpersonal and intrapersonal skills • Emotional intelligence • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list


    PowerPoint - Theories, principles and models of assessment (£10.00)
    (Ref D303D)

    27 slides with detailed presenter notes covering: 

    • Why should assessment take place? • The assessment cycle • Theories of assessment • Concepts of assessment • Principles of assessment • VARCS • SMART • Roles of an assessor • Types of assessment • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list


    PowerPoint - Theories, principles and models of curriculum development (£10.00)
    (Ref D304D)

    30 slides with detailed presenter notes covering:

    • The curriculum • Stakeholders • Programme models • What influences your course? • The hidden curriculum • Process and product models • Spiral model • Linear model • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list


    PowerPoint - Theories, principles and models of reflection and evaluation (£10.00)
    (Ref D305D) 

    29 slides with detailed presenter notes covering: 

    • Reflective practice • Evaluation • Self-evaluation • Reviewing own practice • Kolb • Schön • Griffiths and Tann • Brookfield • Summary quiz • Reading list • Website list


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