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First published 2011
Pages: 377 pages;
Written by Louise Burnham, Brenda Baker;
Imprint: Pearson Education;
This book contains everything you need to complete your Level 3 in Specialist Support For Teaching and
Learning in Schools. It also contains the mandatory units you need if you are studying for the Level 3 Certificate
in Cover Supervision.
As you work towards this qualification, you will be developing your skills and expertise in a number of areas
and you will need to think about how the theory Hts in with your experiences in the classroom.
As you gain experience and expertise in your work with children and young people, you may also find it a useful reference particularly For specific issues such as working with bilingual children Level 3 is made up of a number of different units of assessment which sit within the OCF (Qualifications and Credit Framework).
When you complete a unit successfully you will gain a certain number of credits.
The credit value of each unit indicates the size of the unit and approximately how Long it Witt take to achieve Credit is based on how Long an average Learner would take to complete a unit, and 1 credit is roughly equal to 10 hours of Learning, including time spent in the following ways classes or group sessions tutorials practical work assessments it also includes any time you spend that is not supervised, for example doing homework, independent research or work experience.
- Communication and professional relationships with children young people and adults
- Schools as organizations
- Support learning activities
- Promote children and young people's positive behavior
- Develop professional relationships with children, young people and adults
- Promote equality, diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people
- Support assessment for learning
- Engage in personal development
- Support children and young people's health and safety
- Understand child and young person development
- Understand how to safeguard the well-being of children and young people
- Plan and deliver learning activities under the direction of a teacher
- Support teaching and learning in a curriculum area
- Support delivery of the 14-19 curriculum
- Support bilingual learners
- Provide bilingual support for teaching and learning
- Support disabled children and young people and those with special educational needs
- Support children and young people with behaviour, emotional and social development needs
- Facilitate the learning and development of children and young people through mentoring
- Provide information and advice to children and young people
- Invigilate tests and examinations
- Team working
- Supervise whole-class learning activities