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Transcript of DTLLS

Introduction: Inclusive learning
(Focusing on the delivery of a
range of subjects in lessons) 17 Learners Uniformed Public Services Nat Dip Complete online survey 8 different questions Online completion and analysis Resources and examples Online survey Online analysis Key Points Question 1: Confirmed status of learner Question 2: Research to see what acitivites learners were completing.
Main activities included powerpiont, group discussions, computer based activities, guest speakers and games/fun activities. Question 3: Learning styles questionnaire.
Confirmation to match start of year.
Identify the requirement for inclusive learning Question 4: Motivation - key to inclusive learning?
If all learners are motivated, it can only enhance their learning experience.
All learners felt motivated and interested! Question 5: Learning in the same way?
Wanted to question learners to see if they
realised they all learnt in different ways.
They all did - perhaps they understand why we participate in all these different activities? Question 6: I researched to see if anybody
thought that students were not learning.
88% ok however, 12% thought not.
I think with the range of activities learners included in question 2, I put this 12% down to learners perception of times when learners are behaving badly/not submitting work or receiving refers on assignments. Question 7: Handouts?
Every students said yes. Showing more inclusivty
for those students who are visual learners. Question 8: I researched to see if learners got all the topics first time round.
Many learners actually do:
family members in the public services
associates of cadet forces/military groups etc.
An interesting point....
Nearly half the class said sometimes they dont get the topic the first time however, after completing another task the penny may drop. This confirms the use of repetition for topics themes and also using a range of metods to deliver education. Inclusive learning evaluation GOOD POINTS Range of activities being delivered in lessons Learners are interested and motivated AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT If learners are not understanding the topic, they
seems to be understanding it on repetition with different activities Powerpoint - idenfied by everybody as a common activity.
Brought up in Focus group in February 2010.
This has been addressed and possible thoughts on this point:
1st choice on the survey
It is still used although in limited use
Memorable activity because everybody hates it! RECOMMENDATIONS Streamline use of powerpoint and continute to add new and exciting activities when teaching in lessons.
Useful book: Paul Ginnis 'The Teachers Toolkit' Summary Research has shown:
Requirement for inclusive learning - different learning styles
Learners are possibly aware of inclusive learning
Public services lessons have a range of different activities *possible link with* learners feel motivated and interested when in lessons.
Potential monitoring of powerpoint!!
Any questions?
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