Inclusive Learning Table

Task Aii - Inclusive Approach Teaching and Learning Comparative Study
Please remember to relate the information to your subject specialism
Teaching & Learning Approach | Strengths | Limitations | Meeting Individual Needs | Dyslexia | ESOL Learner | Learner with disruptive tendencies | Learner receiving learning support |
e.g.Group work | Allows interaction between learners.Learners learn from each other’s experiences and knowledgeEncourages participation and variety | Careful management by the teacher is required regarding time limits progress, and ensuring all group members are clear with the requirements | Learners who are shy can help improve their confidence by getting involved and working with others.Self-assessment can help individual learners see how they are progressing. | Assessment could be undertaken by observing their contribution | Promotes inclusion, allows the learners to hear their voice | Can be difficult to manage as they may want to interrupt | Can prove problematical if learner cannot keep up with the discussion and the assistant has to relay the conversation. |
1-1 support | The learner has the undivided attention of the teacher. This means more opportunity to engage in real communication, more feedback and better understanding of the learner’s needs. | There are no opportunities to interact with other learners, develop a group dynamic and to receive supportThe teacher may feel pressurised to achieve results because of a greater degree of responsibility | Assessment of learningA wide range of teaching and learning techniques Identify learners needs and developmentsEncourage interaction with others can build confidence | Observe and access learner and encourage involvement in tasks. | Encourages and builds confidenceEnables the learner to be included | Can single out learner and could   cause further disruptionsCould enable learner to feel confident to join in with group | Can cause a problem   To many people around dog can cause...