Archive for the ‘Teaching Tips’ Category

How long will it take to write my AET course assignments?

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

How long will it take to do my AET course assignments? It depends on when you wish to start writing them, how much time you as an individual need and how motivated you are to achieve the qualification.

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A micro-teaching session – the AET practical course assessment

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014

Planning and delivering a 15 minutes’ micro-teaching session during your Award in Education and Training (AET) course is one of the requirements that will enable you to obtain the desired teaching qualification. The content of the lesson could come from the subject matter that you usually teach or any area that you feel confident or knowledgeable in.

Your lesson must include introduction, development, conclusion with a summary and involvement of your learners throughout the session. Of course your tutor will guide and advise you throughout the course.

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Life after the AET course (Award in Education and Training)

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

If you have gained the AET (Award in Education and Training) you’re all set to start delivering great lessons, but if you’re not exactly sure what to do next, check out the advice from our teacher training team.

 

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Icebreaker Activities Ideas for Adult Teachers – Part 2

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

Continuing from the last time when we discussed some good icebreakers, here are some more tips to stir up your class.

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Icebreaker Activities Ideas for Adult Teachers

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

Here you are. You’ve completed your Level 3 Award in Education and Training and your first day of teaching is looming. You are prepared and ready to go except for one thing; you want your students to warm to you and each other. It’s a potentially awkward situation. What can you do? Icebreakers.

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