Supported learning for teaching professionals
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About personalised learning
In any group of students there will be a range of diverse learning needs. Personalising learning for all students, including those with disability and additional learning needs, should take into these individual differences. Personalised learning and support to meet these diverse needs should be reflected in the quality of the learning experience that is offered to each individual student.
This training has given me better skills in formulating smart goals and strategies, so students can achieve syllabus outcomes.
It provided step by step approach to helping identify student needs, plan lessons, implement adjustments so that all students can access educational outcomes.
Who is the course for?
Our Understanding Personalised Learning
course is perfect for those who work in schools and specialist settings, such as teachers, learning and support teachers, teaching assistants and school leaders. The target age range is 4-18 years, although the course may also benefit education professionals in pre-school and kindergarten settings.
Why join the course?
Participants’ pre and post-course evaluations demonstrate significantly increased confidence in identifying, assessing and supporting learners with XXXX.
How would you rate your current skills in assessing the needs of students with this additional learning need?
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As of December 2019
This course looks at the importance of personalising learning to meet the diverse needs of individual students, including those with disability and additional learning needs, and provides a range of evidence-based strategies to meet these needs.
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It has given myself and my colleagues a blue print for a Learning Support Team. I wish all the staff completed this course as it really made you think about your goal setting and interventions.
This course aims to develop the knowledge, understanding and skills of all those working with children and young people, to ensure teaching and learning activities are adjusted to meet the specific needs of students.
Learn what is meant by personalised learning and the diversity that exists in schools. Understand the legal and professional responsibilities of schools relating to diversity and how school approaches can support personalised learning.
Assessment for Learning
Understand what is meant by assessment, why teachers need to assess and its role in the teaching and learning cycle. Learn about the different types of assessment and how to adjust assessment tasks. Create three student focused SMART goals to start putting your learning into practice in the classroom.
Understand the importance of a whole school approach to planning personalised learning and support at a school, classroom and individual student level. Learn about the planning process for personalised learning and support using different planning frameworks and scenarios. Understand the role of the school’s learning and support team in planning and programming for students with additional learning and support needs.
Identify the key factors in implementing personalised learning and support for students with disability and additional learning needs. Understand the role of explicit and systematic teaching in the delivery of quality learning experiences. Use a range of evidence-based teaching strategies and adjustments for meeting the needs of students with disability and additional learning needs.
What you will learn
On successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:
- explain personalised learning and support as it applies to all students, with a focus on those with disability and additional learning needs
- understand the importance of a collaborative, whole-school approach to providing rigorous, relevant and engaging learning programs for all students
- explain the role of assessment in the teaching and learning cycle
- describe appropriate assessment processes, and how to adjust assessment tasks
- provide teaching and learning activities that are adjusted to meet the specific needs of students
- build supportive learning environments that offer a range of effective teaching strategies and adjustments to improve outcomes for all students
- outline the role of the school’s learning and support team in planning and programming for students with additional learning and support needs
- explain their responsibilities as a teacher under the Disability Standards for Education (2005)