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Asdan Cope: improving own learning

Discussion in 'PSHE' started by elaineedd6, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. Hi Ive been asked to teach Cope level 1 and am struggling with the mandatory unit Improving own learning matching it up to a challenge. This will be the first time I have taught this. Any Ideas please for Improving own learning targets will be appreciated.

    Thank you
    elaineedd6@aol.com
     
  2. Hi Ive been asked to teach Cope level 1 and am struggling with the mandatory unit Improving own learning matching it up to a challenge. This will be the first time I have taught this. Any Ideas please for Improving own learning targets will be appreciated.

    Thank you
    elaineedd6@aol.com
     
  3. Hi Elaine
    You need to look at a specific skill that the level 1 learners can work towards for example to learn first aid. You can then choose 2 specific areas that they will have as their SMART targets.
    They might want to learn an IT based skill or a sports based skills. There are lots of challenges that lend themselves to this.



     

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