Characteristics Of An Individual Learning Plan

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An individual learning plan should be designed separately for each learner, the organisation, we (teachers) and learners are all involved in producing the plan. It should contain outcomes of diagnostic tests, learner’s prior experiences qualification, long term goals, medium term goals, Short term goals and negotiated action plans to complete the program and any support needed. The purpose of an individual learning plan is to create a well planned ‘tailor made’ programme of activities for each learner that meets their individual needs and aspirations. An affective learning plan is used regularly as a working document to which the learner, the workplace supervisor and the trainer regularly refers. It is reviewed and revised to reflect the learners…show more content…
Negotiated Learning needs a carefully developed plan or structure whether it is for an individual or a group.Negotiating a learning goal could be a win-win situation, established mutual trust, both sides work together to come to common agreement or both sides try to see things from other’s point of view and final agreement needs to be summarised and written down. Agreeing learning goals with learners in the form of individual assessment plan or SMART objectives ensures the learners continue to develop and maintain continual progress. SMART objectives looks are manageable goals for the learner to achieve in a given timescale this gives the learner a sense of achievement and allows for self and peer assessment. We should continually support the learner and provide help and guidance where need. By setting these types of goal achievements the learners can progress and develop at their own pace. (HALDER &,

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