No learner left behind - supporting all learners in their journey
Clause 1.7 of the Standards for RTOs requires RTOs to provide the support learners need to successfully complete the program they enrol in. In this interactive session, Chemène will focus on practical implications of Clause 1.7 for educators and assessors. She’ll share recent research about learning and performance and offer evidence-based strategies educators and assessors can use to support learners in their journey towards competence, and she hopes that participants will come to the session ready to share ideas of their own.
By the end of this session participants should be able to:
Recognise key steps in the journey to competence
Recognise common barriers to effective learning
Identify strategies to ensure inclusive and supported learning that leads to student achievement
Recorded - September 2020
Duration - Approx. 60 mins
Access - 30 days from date of purchase
Here's what others who watched this session had to say:
"Well researched. Good content and topic”
“Great ideas for bringing all learners on the journey; not just those that struggle”
“I was looking for some tips re: those who aren't natural learners, but this was very good and what I've learned will help with that as well”
“I like this presenter’s style - nicely done!”
No learner left behind
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Chemène is the founder and Principal at Blackwater Projects, an independent practice that provides advice, products and services related to ‘best practice’ learning and assessment that leads to improved performance.
Chemène has been actively involved in VET since 2000 and specialises in TAE qualifications. She draws on her diverse experiences as elite athlete and coach, schoolteacher and vocational trainer to deliver engaging and impactful TAE programs. She has written TAE materials that more than 100 RTOs have used since their first release in 2010. Chemène supports experienced facilitators and assessors with their ongoing professional development and is a sought-after speaker at conferences and special events.
Chemène works with her professional network to remain informed of the latest research and trends in learning and performance around the world.
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