CHCDIS009 Facilitate ongoing skills development using person centred approach
The social model of disability describe that the disability is caused due to the person impairment or the difference of the opinion in the mind of the people. Therefore, the role of the model is to reduce the barrier so that the disable people will find independency and have the choice to live freely in the society (Deegan & Brooks, 2018). Therefore, the role of the model will be to help the individual for developing the inclusive ways to live in the society.
The example based on the social model of the disability for example, the person sitting on the chair will want to get the building. The role of the social model will be to provide a ramp that will help to enter into the building without causing any problem to the wheelchair user. Therefore, the model will help to define and give the solution for leisuring the certain activities to perform (Oliver, 2017).
It has been observed that the challenge is present everywhere in the society and it is present in most of the communities. Therefore, it is necessary to practice the strength-based practice that will offer the different language in order to describe the ability to recover from the adversity. Therefore, the strength-based practice allows gathering the new opportunities in order to provide the hope and solution for recovering from the problem in the society (Christodoulou Devledian, 2015).
The person-centered practice generally includes the listening and for thinking together, that will help to share the ideas in order to seek the feedback for the individual. Therefore, the role of the process will be to s support the personal goals of the individuals in order to evolve the change and it will help to develop the strength in the mind of the individual (Curtis et al. 2016).
The role of the life span development tends to deals with the development of the stages, which the human being has to pass from the birth to death. Therefore, the process of communication and the expression generally changes from different stages. Therefore, the main role of the life development stages will be to analyses the characteristic process of the individuals in order to understand the change (King et al. 2015)
The eight stages of the development are as follows
1. Prenatal development
2. Infancy and toddlerhood
3. Early childhood
5. Early Adulthood
6. Middle adulthood
7. Late adulthood
8. Death and dying
The life span development period should be applied in the early where the individuals are able to develop themselves in the new phases.
Andragogy refers to the adult learning. It describes that the adults learn differently from the child phase to the student phase that will help to continuous improvement through the process of the learning education in order to know and identify the reality of the situation. They are valuable in understanding the soft skills domains for undergoing managing process (John, 2015).
Pedagogy is the application for practicing teaching and influences the learning pattern of the student. It generally involves the interaction of the students with the students. The five principles of the pedagogy are as follows’. Hence, the pedagogy includes providing the liberal education to the individuals in order to understand the reality or the situation. Therefore, it will help to generate through the process of the learning experiences for a person in order to develop and experience the change factors (Van Manen, 2016).
Direction of activity
The two areas of life skills service users are as follows’
1. Problem solving
2. Creative thinking
The five skills to live independently are as follows
1. Capability to cook food
2. Interpersonal skills
3. Time management skills
4. Housekeeping skills
5. Money skills
Within education system assessment help in conducting variety of methods or tools tin assessing a person’s learning and understanding. Educator is required to examine, measure, and record the academic learning progress. This will help in understanding skill acquisition of students. The Assessment Tool help in preparing the examination of learning progress through Learning Management System (LMS) (Kim & Lundberg, 2016). This Assessment Tool is referred as specialized tool assessing Learner’s ability and identifies individual’s strengths and weakness. The recorded details act as an input within teaching process.
a. Personalysis profile- this assessment tool help in creating a graphic presentation of how an individual handles his persons both personally and professionally. It uses four scales-
- Sensing and intuition
- Extraversion and introversion
- Judging and perceiving
- Thinking and feeling
b. Thomas Kilmann’s conflict mode instrument- it helps in identifying how an individual control conflict. It focuses on collaboration, compromising, competing, avoiding and accommodating (Kim & Lundberg, 2016).
The affinity diagram helps in managing disorganized information of an individual and solves an issue that is complex to manage. It allows brainstorming of ideas in organizing one’s issues, complexity and affinity with others (Merkley & Ansari, 2016).
The tree diagram performs systematic method in identifying how an individual can exercise one’s talents and skills and examine finer details in performing a task. This technique using breakdown structure directs an individual thinking to specifics.
Three de-motivators are –
Self doubt- self doubt is created due to one’s failure in life, created by people around an individual and is thriving to ensure self-acceptance.
Pain of change- when an individual is unable to welcome change but is forced to change by different situations. It is the pain of losing one’s individuality or shift to a change.
Fear of failure- is another major de-motivator that results in self-doubt, afraid to fall flat and is subdued by a prolong stage of failures (Merkley & Ansari, 2016).
Incidental learning refers to accidental or unplanned learning process that flows either in informal or formal learning situation. The opposite of incidental learning is deliberate learning. It is used to describe informal learning in certain situations that could be deliberate (Kim & Lundberg, 2016). For example- when an individual when an individual do not hold any particular aim in mind and is residing in a country where people speak a certain set of language. The language differs from the individual’s mother tongue. It is in this situation, random and basic vocabulary of that language is learnt with time.
Experiential learning refers to the process of learning that is acquired through experience. It is described as the information gained through reflection on doing. In this learning process, the learner is required to empower and welcome new experiences and use analytical skills in conceptualizing things (Kong, 2015). For example- a learner can visit museums and art exhibitions, inhibit new artifacts, endure new historical things, adapt to painting styles experimenting something he have not experienced that is abstract and concrete.
The learning style refers to the processes through which a learner extracts information or experience new domain of learning. There are different learning styles that a learner conforms to such as
- Visual- using images, scenes and live exhibitions of spatial understanding
- Aural learning using audio messages, music, tunes and voice
- Verbal or linguistic learning used through different speech styles and writing pattern
- Physical or kinaesthetic learning by using body movements, hand gestures and expressions
Creative thinking is an important life skill that helps an individual in thinking beyond ground level. One of the major strategies is to challenge’s assumptions. It is important to conduct assumptions based on reality and not over do and over think performance. It is important to gather knowledge from past experience and accept knowledge in and around surrounding (Delaney et al. 2017).
It is important to document skill assessment and progress of an individual in understanding the growth, learning process and progress report. The individual is required meet the changes with time, spread learning among organization and implement one’s strategies and innovation. It is important to understand and assess one’s strength and weakness and use opportunities to expand towards future growth (Jowett, 2015).