Unit 2 Ctlls Preparing and Enabling Learning

It is important in our centre that we create an Inclusive learning environment. This means that we comply with equality making sure that all learners have the same learning opportunities and we do not discriminate because of gender, race, religion, ethnic origin or disabilities. To create this all inclusive learning environment we have to build relationships with the surrounding community based on trust and care, which means no prejudice or discrimination can exist and the learners must feel able to say what they want and need from us to allow us to support and cater for all and allow us to identify any learning barriers that we can then reduce or remove. The use of ILPs are also useful for helping to plan an inclusive learning environment as we can identify individual learners’ needs and work to support these.

With the information highlighted in assessments and diagnostics, a scheme of work can be developed which meets the learner’s identified needs and maps to the curriculum.   Topic areas can be agreed and with this, activities can be planned using session plans.

The scheme of work can be used to develop a session plan which identifies the aims and outcomes of the session and includes timings, planned resources and activities and types of delivery methods.   Assessment is an important part of the session plans too as this shows progress and evaluation.   This can also help plan the next session.
Session plans can be adapted to suit the individual needs of learners by taking into consideration the different levels of competencies, and skills needs.   This means activities can be planned to suit the full range of learners and maintain their interest and motivation, by considering their prior knowledge, current skills levels and preferred learning styles. Also discussion with the learners to identify what they want from a session helps to make it an inclusive learning environment by deciding on the session target and activities to include to reach the target....