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DET Unit 506- Developing, Using and Organising Resources in a Specialist Area               Sept 2020  Applied Business Academy       Diploma in Education and Training (DET) Assignment Brief QualificationUnit number and titleLevel 5 Diploma in Education and TrainingUnit- 506: Developing. Using and Organising Resources within Specialist Area Unit code:H/505/1090 Unit level: 5 Credit value: 15 credits Guided Learning Hours: 50Assessor Name: Tabassum Ferdous Date: 15/09/2020IQA Name: Sadeque Shaikh Date: 16/09/2020Date issuedCompletion dateSubmitted onMay 2020 Cohort 28/09/202018/12/2020Sep 2020 Cohort 11/01/202131/03/2021Assignment titleUnit- 506: Developing. Using and Organising Resources within Specialist Area Scenario: As part of your career induction as a newly qualified specialist teacher, you have been asked by your head of department to submit a report on your use of teaching and learning resources during your teaching practice whilst in teacher training. Further to this, your head of department has given you the following headings listed below to include or guide you in writing the report. Task 1:Report Task 1: You are required to produce a report that 1.1 Explain the purpose of resources in teaching and learning 1.2 Evaluate the effectiveness of specific resources from own specialist area in meeting individual learning needs. Task 2:Report Task 2: You are required to produce a report that 2.1 Analyse principles of resource design 2.2 Evaluate sources that inform resource development in own specialist area 2.3 Analyse how theories, principles and models of inclusive curriculum design can be used to inform resource development in own specialist area 2.4 Analyse ways in which resources can be adapted to enable an inclusive approach in own specialist area 2.5 Design resources, including those that involve new and emerging technologies, to engage and meet the individual needs of learners in own specialist area 2.6 Employ resources to engage and meet the individual needs of learners in own specialist area. Task 3: Report Task 3: You are required to produce a report that: 3.1 Explain ways in which resources can be classified and stored 3.2 Review ways of sharing resources with other learning professionals. Task 4: Report Task 4: You are required to produce a report that: 4.1 Review legal requirements and responsibilities relating to the development and use of resources 4.2 Analyse the implications of intellectual property rights and copyright for the development and use of resources. Task 5: Report Task 5: You are required to produce a Report that: 5.1 Evaluate the effectiveness of own design and use of resources to engage and meet the individual needs of learners in own specialist area 5.2 Identify own strengths and areas for improvement in relation to development and use of resources in own specialist area 5.3 Plan opportunities to improve own skills in development and use of resources in own specialist area Submission  Guidance You are required to respond to tasks and ensure you map your response to the assessment criteria.Grading for each assessment criteria is Pass and Fail only.You are allowed to choose any FE sector in the UK or use your own experience of teaching but you must get approval from concerned working sectorThis assessment is designed to assess your achievement of all the Learning Outcomes and associated assessment criteria in the relevant unit of the qualification you are undertaking.You should submit your complete report within the deadline in the Moodle Turnitin.You should make sure that you plan your work carefully, to ensure that you cover all the requirements of the assignment, and complete it within the time limit specified.You must make sure that you acknowledge any sources you have used to complete this assignment, listing reference material and web sites used.You must use Harvard referencing format throughout your work.Apply academic writing style and page layoutAdmissible Turnitin score is 15% and should not be from one sourceApproximate word count 5,000 Learner declarationI certify that the work submitted for this assignment is my own. I have clearly referenced any sources used in the work. I understand that false declaration is a form of malpractice. I also declare that I shall be proactive against collusion, malpractice and plagiarism in all my work. All work that I shall submit shall be checked for plagiarism before submission. 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