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© PMB 2007 Learning for Life and Work Unit 3: The Learning Environment and Methodologies
© PMB 2007 You will: know what is meant by the learning environment; recognise how learning environments have changed over the years; identify what makes a good learning environment for you and your pupils; and identify what conditions/methodologies need to be present to create a good learning environment to support LLW. Learning Intentions
© PMB 2007 Activity 1 Photo Activity
© PMB 2007 How has the learning environment changed? Why have the changes occurred? How do these changes reflect shifts in: - society; and - government policies on education, employment and social welfare? Look at the photographs and discuss:
© PMB 2007 Activity 2 What Makes a Good Learning Environment for Teachers and Pupils?
© PMB 2007 A positive learning environment for teachers A positive learning environment for pupils
© PMB 2007 Relationship and Sexuality Education Child Protection Diversity Discrimination Disability Drugs Personal Hygiene Bereavement and Loss Family Change Issues (divorce/unemployment) LLW Issues
© PMB 2007 The most important factors in creating a suitable learning environment for LLW are: your ability to professionally manage personal disclosures from students; your ability to establish confidentiality in the classroom; your commitment to adopting a consultative approach to the LLW curriculum; creating opportunities for pupils to express their opinions; and your personal qualities. Creating the LLW Learning Environment
© PMB 2007 Deal professionally with personal disclosures from pupils. Establish clear procedures regarding disclosures. Follow the school ethos. Explain that when it comes to safety issues, confidentiality cannot be guaranteed. Creating the LLW Learning Environment
© PMB 2007 Establish and maintain confidentiality in the classroom. Define confidentiality. Set expectations by: - establishing ground rules for the classroom; - clarifying and communicating your expectations of pupil behavior; and - establishing consequences. Creating the LLW Learning Environment
© PMB 2007 Adopting a consultative approach to the LLW curriculum It is statutory for schools to consult with pupils on: – child protection; – anti-bullying; and – drugs. It is good practice for schools to consult with pupils on Relationships and Sexuality Education. Use strategies to involve pupils, enable them to express their opinions and give them a voice. Creating the LLW Learning Environment
© PMB 2007 Create opportunities for pupils to express their opinions and have their voice heard by using: suggestion boxes; surveys; discussions; written comments; or School Councils. Creating the LLW Learning Environment
© PMB 2007 Activity 3 What Personal Qualities Do You Need to Exhibit to Create a Good Learning Environment for Pupils?
© PMB 2007 Personal QualityDefinitionHow can we display this? Creating the LLW Learning Environment
© PMB 2007 The most important factors in creating a suitable learning environment for LLW are: your ability to professionally manage personal disclosures from students; your ability to establish confidentiality in the classroom; your commitment to adopting a consultative approach to the LLW curriculum; creating opportunities for pupils to express their opinions; and your personal qualities; Creating the LLW Learning Environment
© PMB 2007 Activity 4 Learning and Teaching Strategies
© PMB 2007 By now you should: know what is meant by the learning environment; recognise how learning environment has changed over the years; identify what makes a good learning environment for teachers and pupils; and identify what conditions/methodologies need to be present to create a good learning environment to support LLW. Conclusion
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