Teaching, Training and Learning: A Practical Guide
This book aims to provide a comprehensive coverage of the major aspects in post-compulsory education and training. The sixth edition incorporates the new professional standards: qualified teaching learning and skills (QTLS) status, as well as the role of information and learning technology (ILT) as a resource. It considers how ILT is changing teaching and learning, along with the impact of ofsted inspection, self-assessment and the emphasis that is now placed on continuing professional development. This practical text features: relevant theory applied to practice; worked examples; help with building portfolios and professional development journals (PDJS); clear and easy to understand text and diagrams; examples on how to meet the new professional standards: QTLS; how ILT can be used to enhance teaching and learning. The book is written in a style designed to make teaching and learning, along with the new professional standards: QTLS, understandable and accessible to everyone teaching and training in the post-compulsory sector. This edition has been designed to meet the requirements of: city and guilds certificate in further education teaching (7407); PGCE/Certificate in Education.
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