A Teaching Assistant's Complete Guide to Achieving NVQ Level 2: How to Meet Your Performance Indicators

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Taylor & Francis, 2007 - Education - 238 pages
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Teaching Assistants Complete Guide to Achieving NVQ Level 2 provides a range of tried-and-tested materials and practical advice on how to effectively demonstrate competence in the classroom. It covers:

  • setting the scene – describing a common teaching situation through a case study or dialogue
  • gathering evidence – how a candidate can gather evidence to meet performance indicators from the featured case studies
  • making connections to underpinning knowledge – demonstrates how teaching assistants can apply their knowledge to their everyday practice through self-assessment questions.

With practical classroom examples to mirror the NVQ course requirements, this book is an essential and comprehensive guide for candidates, tutors, assessors and teachers supporting candidates for this course.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Overview of NVQ course what you need to know before you begin
1
Chapter 2 Unit 21 Help with classroom resources and records
10
Chapter 3 Unit 22 Help with the care and support of pupils
36
Chapter 4 Unit 23 Provide support for learning activities
52
Chapter 5 Unit 24 Provide effective support for your colleagues
72
Chapter 6 Unit 251 Support literacy activities in the classroom
90
Chapter 7 Unit 252 Support numeracy activities in the classroom
103
Chapter 8 Unit 31 Contribute to the management of pupil behaviour
115
Chapter 10 Unit 311 Contribute to the health and wellbeing of pupils
158
Chapter 11 Unit 317 Support the use of ICT in the classroom
178
Chapter 12 National documents and strategies relating to SEN and inclusion
188
Chapter 13 Legislation relating to SEN and inclusion in England and Wales
194
Appendices
200
Bibliography
233
Index
235
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Chapter 9 Unit 310 Support the maintenance of pupil safety and security
138

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About the author (2007)

Susan Bentham is County Curriculum Co-ordinator for Vocational Pathways for West Sussex Adult Education and a lecturer at the University of Chichester.

Roger Hutchins is the Inclusion Manager at two primary schools in Portsmouth.

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