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Learning barriers...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tracy brookes Mar 6, 2013. 17 Replies

Hi there within one of my classess I have a young girl with Bipolar disorder which I find somewhat challenging at times, and the extent of her learning really depends on her condition, I just…Continue

Motivation...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lissa Jan 19, 2013. 11 Replies

Working with large groups of learners which activities/learning tools have you found the most effective with keeping all learners motivated? Have you noticed if this motivation leaves the classroom…Continue

Blogging

Started Dec 21, 2012 0 Replies

Has anyone used online blogging with their learners? If so has this been an effective learning tool?

FE (level 2) Anatomy and Physiology lessons...

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tracy brookes Jan 15, 2013. 2 Replies

What have been your most effective learning tools for teaching A&P lessons?

 

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Tracy brookes replied to Tracy brookes's discussion Learning barriers...
"Not sure how that would really help my learner with bi polar, would you care to explain a little more for me please? T x"
Mar 6, 2013
Ruchita Parat replied to Tracy brookes's discussion Learning barriers...
"I personally believe family treatments that combine support and education will be more helpful cope and reduce the odds of symptoms returning."
Feb 4, 2013
Jillian Jackson replied to Tracy brookes's discussion Learning barriers...
"Have you considered implementing performance assessments. If students are preparing to show that they understand a concept they are less likely to misbehave. Making it a fun activity should capture their attention even longer. Also, assigning group…"
Jan 27, 2013
Jacqueline Thomas replied to Tracy brookes's discussion Learning barriers...
"Hi Tracy, you seem to have received some good and sensible comments here and doing your best to be prepared for future issues is very good practice too. It's such a difficult condition to live with and your student has done really well to get…"
Jan 20, 2013
Colin Chaplin replied to Tracy brookes's discussion Learning barriers...
"Hi T, Does this person have an LSP? If so, perhaps regular discussions with the LSP would help to reinforce the learning, or simply, set up regular meeting with yourself, your mentor/main tutor, the LSP and the student?  These could be…"
Jan 20, 2013
Laura Withers replied to Tracy brookes's discussion Learning barriers...
"Hi Tracy   I think the more help you can draw from the learning support network available to yourself and the students within the educational establishment that you work, i see no reason why your sessions would not remain inclusive. …"
Jan 19, 2013
Lissa replied to Tracy brookes's discussion Motivation...
"Hi Tracy I'm having the same problem, I had a music performance group last week and this happened to be when I was being observed. Some learners lacked motivation and I found it very difficult to get them indulged in the task. Considering the…"
Jan 19, 2013
Tracy brookes replied to Theresa Young's discussion Suggestions for warm up activities
"Hi Teresa, You're welcome it's good to share ideas and I have used many of others suggestion, such as a millionaire quiz, it worked a treat, I also have used a quick fire re-cap quiz with the cards looking like a deck of playing cards and…"
Jan 19, 2013
Tracy brookes replied to Ellie Nelson's discussion Inclusive Teaching- THE MIDDLE MAN.
"That's a fantastic link... Thanks for the share Sam T x"
Jan 19, 2013
Tracy brookes replied to Theresa Young's discussion Learning by 'heart'
"Hi Teresa, Yes it is great that that kind of pressure teaching (and it is teaching rather than learning) is no longer in place, I would hate for my children be feel the kind of pressure I did when I was growing up!! Learning to music can be a very…"
Jan 19, 2013
Tracy brookes replied to Andrea Thompson's discussion Should we stop teaching creative subjects at secondary schools?
"Hi Andrea, Thank you for your comment. There will always be a place for creative subjects in this and the next generation and agree that they should be embraced in equal quantities. T x"
Jan 19, 2013
Tracy brookes replied to Hannah Garnham's discussion How to Manage a Creative Learning Environment?
"Hi Hannah, Being an holistic therapist myself, I think I tend to teach with a holistic, whole approach in mind anyway, however it is about that balance of individual learning and group work. And yes thinking outside the box definitely is important…"
Jan 19, 2013
Tracy brookes replied to Keeley Knowles's discussion Does technology ultimately promote equality and enhance social relations?
"Hi Keeley, Yes it can be addictive!! And I think it goes without saying that any age can feel that addiction! But I also agree with your comment about just how easy it is!! It's important I think to keep things real with the learners and to…"
Jan 19, 2013
Tracy brookes replied to Colin Chaplin's discussion Should teachers be competitive?
"Hi Colin, Yes definitely, as mentioned before, I feel keeping it real helps the learners to understand the industry more, and become better therapists. T x"
Jan 19, 2013
Tracy brookes replied to Jacqueline Thomas's discussion Talking stick to promote good listening skills
"Hi Jax, I definitely will, I think I will structure it into my next theory lesson, and maybe try a you only get one go to promote more of an inclusive lesson as everyone then gets a chance to answer a question!! T x"
Jan 19, 2013
Tracy brookes replied to Laura Withers's discussion Andragogy Vs Pedagogy - Promoting Inclusive Learning
"Hi laura, No not with me and my learners, there is still very much a mix of preferred learning styles, others may have noticed something different though. Great thought!! T x"
Jan 19, 2013

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