Group B

AET - Group B;

1 Understand inclusive teaching and learning approaches in education and training.
1.1 Describe features of inclusive teaching and learning:
Inclusive teaching and learning ensures that every learner has the equal opportunity to
learn and develop. We as teachers will need to use our skills to adopt different teaching
strategies to ensure every learner is included and engaged throughout the learning
Some learners preferred method of learning may be different according to Neil Flemings’
VARK acronym, so it’s important for us to cater for all the different learners so no one
misses out on critical information and learning.
A continual appraisal of the conditions in the class by checking for learning by asking
questions and engaging the learners, we will be able to check and evaluate if any
learner has become disengaged by looking bored or restless. We can overcome this by
involving them in direct questioning or possibly developing 1 on 1 rapport by talking to
them quietly while others work to develop the trust between teacher and learner.
Getting to know your learners is advantageous as we could sue their individual strengths
to give them some confidence and include them in the learning to the whole class. This
would empower them as opposed to critique them in front of their peers.

1.2 Compare the strengths and limitations of teaching and learning approaches used
in own area of specialism in relation to meeting individual learning needs:
List different approaches you might use to teach students your specialty subject:

Group work
PowerPoint presentations

A strength with role-plays, for example, could be that you would have the opportunity
to assess the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of your students all at once in different
scenarios. A limitation of them could be that they require a lot of planning, briefing
instructions, supervision, and...