What is Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector?
Further Education and Skills
*An easy-to-read and accessible guide
*Considers a diverse range of contexts, settings and students
*Written for anyone considering, approaching or beginning teaching adults
Please note: The qualifications and standards mentioned in the book have since been updated.
Good, clear reading From Ann Gravells again
Too simplistic and not appropriate for students.
Very accesible text, short and too the point. It is a great introduction to Lifelong Learning. Provides lots of activities to help you think deeper as to whether it is the right path for you. The frequently asked questions are very useful in assisting budding teachers in pursuing the career of a teacher. Recommended read for anyone thinking of working in the Lifelong Learning Sector.
very informative, especially if undecided about entering this area of teaching.
This book is very useful and easy to understand, I would recommend this to anyone who is wanting to become a professional teacher as it is a great source to support you throughout your teaching practice. provides you with useful guidance for assessments
this book is always used in my teaching and highly recommended to my students. Ann Gravells writes excellent books
Good background and source book for facilitators. I have used elements to underpin new activities to support learning.
Provides a useful introduction to the sector but recent changes in awards, regulations and agencies makes the text now somewhat dated. Really needs an update as 'What is teaching in the Education and Skills Sector' with appropraite updates.
A good book, which I would recommend to anyone thinking about embarking on a PTLLS or the new Award in Education and Training. It has some good activities and examples throughout the book. My one criticism is that there are some areas (e.g. learning styles) that could mislead trainees a little
A good alround book giving relevant info about the LL sector