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About the Guide to the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training:

Published: 2014;
Reprinted in 2020;
Pages: 284 pages;
Size: 75 Mb;
Written by Lynn Machin, Duncan Hindmarch, Sandra Murray and Tina Richardson;
Imprint: Critical Publishing Ltd;
Language: English;

Welcome to this book, which has been written with you, the learner, in mind. If you are about to embark (or even if you are already enrolled) onto a level 5 Diploma in Education and Training (DET) qualification then this book is for you. This new third edition includes an additional chapter on you and your learners' mental health and emotional well-being. The book aims to support you in your studies as you work towards achieving your DET qualification. It does this through:

- alignment of chapters to the 2014 Standards underpinning the level 5 DET qualification and as provided by the Education and Training Foundation;
- encouraging you to critically reflect upon your practice;
- incorporating information and tasks that can help you with your referencing and study skills;
- providing case study scenarios and examples;
- indicating sources of information for further in-depth study;
- being research informed and written by teacher educators with learners' needs in mind;
- providing critical questions and critical tasks throughout and at the end of each chapter;
- providing information regarding optional units;
- providing information about possible progression routes following achievement of the level 5 DET qualification.

This third edition theoretical frameworks, policies and literature have, as appropriate, been updated. Examples provided of practice have been considered to reflect teaching and learning in the current FE climate. The topics. questions and tasks within this book have been tailored to the demands of the level 5 DET qualification and other, similar, teacher training qualifications designed for trainees working within the further educa­tion and skills sector.

Each chapter begins by providing a visual concept map of the topics to be covered, pro­fessional links to the 2014 Standards and definitions of some of the key terms within the chapter.

The detailed text is accompanied by critical questions and tasks to encourage you to think more deeply about the issues or examine your practice, and a final sec­tion in each chapter provides you with an opportunity to check your understanding and assess your learning.

Case studies are included throughout to bring the text to life and show how the theory can be applied to practice.
The penultimate chapter of the book provides information about possible progression from the level 5 DET qualification. It includes information about recognition of prior learning (RPL) which is a possible pathway for you to use credits gained from your DET qualification, or similar, towards other qualifications, including a BA or MA degree.

The final chapter provides coverage of key study skills, including advice about reading criti­cally, note taking, presenting your work and using Harvard referencing correctly.

Suggested answers for some of the questions within the Check your understanding sections can be found at the back of the book.

There is also a helpful glossary of terms and acronyms (see Appendix 2) as well as appendices providing useful templates for key documents that are mentioned within some of the chapters.

So, in a nutshell, this book is, as it says on the cover, a concise guide to the level 5 Diploma in Education and Training. It contains up-to-date references to significant policies, coverage of a range of topics related to being a teacher in FE and it does this with you, the reader, in mind.

Content

Introduction
Key definitions
Introduction
Key definitions
Introduction
A shifting landscape
What is the Level 5 Diploma in Education and Training qualification?
Summary
1. Reflecting on, evaluating and improving your practice
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
Critical reflection and evaluation of practice
Theories and models of reflective practice
Reflect on what works best in your teaching and learning to meet the diverse needs of your learners
Evaluate and challenge your practice, values and beliefs
When should you reflect on and evaluate your own practice?
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
2. Introduction to critical thinking
Professional links
Key definitions
Key theories and principles of critical thinking
Developing critical thinking skills
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
Key theories and principles of critical thinking
3. Roles, responsibilities and professional relationships in education and training
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
What are the roles and responsibilities of teachers in FE?
Working In further education
Legislation and regulatory requirements
Professional behaviors, values and attributes of FE teachers
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
4. You and your learners' mental health and emotional well-being
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
Exploring what is meant by mental health and emotional well-being
Role and responsibilities, safeguarding and inclusivity
Policies and recommendations for good practice
Your mental health and emotional well-being
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
5. Assessment principles, practices and processes
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
Theories, principles and models of assessment
Assessment theories
Key assessment principles
How assessment informs teaching and learning
The value of recording assessment achievement for quality systems
Recognition of achievement: qualification frameworks
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
6. Communication
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
Why is communication important?
What is communication?
Q Principles of communication
Theories and models of communication
Communication in assessment
The wider role of communication
Methods of communication
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
7. Creating and maintaining a safe and inclusive learning environment
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
What is an inclusive learning environment?
Providing a supportive and motivating learning environment
Safeguarding learners
Learning theories and behavior management
Promoting and maintaining appropriate behaviors
The role of legislation and policy in creating and maintaining a safe and inclusive learning environment
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
8. Planning for teaching, learning and assessment
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
Delivery models
Planning documentation
The role of initial assessment in planning
Differentiation
Developing literacy, language, numeracy and EdTech skills
Wider skills
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
9. Teaching practice
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
What is meant by teaching practice?
Assessed observations
Inclusive teaching and learning
Differentiation
Embedding English and mathematics
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
10. Curriculum development and evaluation
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
What is meant by the term curriculum?
Curriculum models
Curriculum influences
Evaluating and analysing curricula
Summary
Check your understanding
FEnd-of-chapter reflections
11. Wider professional practice
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
What is meant by wider professional practice?
Professional values
Non-teaching roles and duties
Dual professionalism
Roles of external bodies and stakeholders in education and training
Legislation and organizational policies
Quality assurance
The social, political and economic context of education and training
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflection
12. Education technology
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
Theoretical underpinnings of technology for learning
EdTech-related legislation, responsibilities, regulations and requirements
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
13. Research and scholarship
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
Evidence-based practice: what works and what does not
Keeping current
Carrying out original research
Career progression
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
Contents
14. Study skills and the requirements of the minimum core for the level 5 Diploma In Education and Training
Professional links
Key definitions
Introduction
What is meant by academic study skills and the minimum core?
Academic reading skills
Academic writing skills
Referencing
Knowledge, understanding and own personal skills of English, maths and ICT
Summary
Check your understanding
End-of-chapter reflections
Appendices
Answers

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