Quality procedures in life long learning Essays

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5 Understand how to apply theories and principles of learning in planning, enabling and assessing learning for 14-19-year-olds.

6 Be able to reflect and evaluate feedback to improve own practice in working with 14-19-yearolds with reference to theories and principles of learning.
2 Understand the principles of quality improvement.
3 Understand the quality improvement procedures relevantto own practice
4 Understand how to ensure that own practice meets internal andexternal quality requirements

• Students are required to analyse the important of evaluation and quality assurance, improvement procedures relevant to own practice requirements, evaluate own practice to meet internal and external quality assurance ( 3000 words)

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Therefore, both day services also known as day opportunities for people with learning disabilities and the training department for staff of South Tyneside Council promote adult education and continuing training. Thus trying to promote a quality service.

The year 1926 saw Eduard Lindman state that he perceived that education was ‘...not merely preparation for an unknown kind of future living….The whole life is learning, therefore education can have no endings.’ Lindman had incredible foresight in suggesting that there was a need for a different education, in particular respect to the curriculum and that it ‘...should be built around the students needs and interest…’. Geoff Petty (2008) also concurs with Lindman as he states that ‘What the learner does is more important that what the teacher does.’ I agree with both Petty and Lindman as learning and development should start with the student. These quotes therefore reinforce the need for CPD within both the adult social care sector and teaching sector.

To provide a quality service and learning environment, initial assessment should take place prior to any learning. Initial assessment of each student learning helps teachers consider the student’s specific needs and plan opportunities that will help remove any barriers to learning they might have. LLUK suggests that ‘Identifying learner needs and initial assessment are

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