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Practical in Supportive Work in the Classroom I

Course Duration:  On Request

Teaching requires adaptation and reflection, as well as the readiness to implement change when needed. This module gives learners a chance to put theory into practice and to evaluate their teaching abilities.

The LSE has to analyse whether his/her approach: 

  • is student-centred

  • is reflective

  • is practical and active

  • links practice to theory

  • involves the community at large

Furthermore, the LSE is expected to demonstrate that 

  • S/he is willing to develop holistically

  • S/he has the right attitude when assisting students

  • S/he can critically assess and modify his/her teaching approach and beliefs


  1. Aims and objectives of placements

  2. Setting S.M.A.R.T goals

  3. Expected outcomes

Overall competences

During this module, our students will:

  1. Reflect and evaluate their work and approach.

  2. Learn how to implement S.M.A.R.T goals.

  3. Work in a professional setting under the supervision of superiors.

  4. Create resources and lesson plans that integrate evidence and research while taking into account the student’s needs.

  5. Assist pupils with diverse needs for a minimum of 180 hours. This placement allows them to develop their skill set and put theory into practice.

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