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Fake Oakleys sale online Top ten tips for your Developmental Progress Review

Assessors’ Top Tips for getting the most out of your DPR

1) Give yourself plenty of time to complete the replica Oakleys DR 01 form.

2) Read the form carefully and if you don’t understand something, ask your tutor.

3) If you have any questions about the process or an individual Standard, make a list and bring this to the
meeting so you can ask your tutor.

4) Take time to complete your DR 01 as the more you embrace this process, the better you will know Fake Oakleys yourself and
the more support your tutor can give you.

5) When you are asked to analyse your knowledge and understanding in your DR 01, try to avoid making general
statements, such as ‘good’ or ‘excellent’.

6) Instead, list the subject areas you need to evidence for each Standard and give an example of your knowledge
and understanding for each of them in turn: the more detail you include, the more support your tutor can give

7) Don’t be afraid to say on the Dr 01 or in the DPR that you are not confident in a particular area. The DPR is
designed to identify these areas and give you an opportunity to rectify them. If you try to hide a lack of
understanding or practice now, it will only show up in your Setting Visit.

8) In your DR 01, instead of listing what you do to meet a particular Standard, write down how you can evidence
that you do this, for example, ‘planning sheet I completed’ or ‘new behaviour management policy with my
revisions included’.

9) When your tutor sends you their completed DR 02 form, you can use it to create a detailed and time bound
action plan.

10) Make sure you do not forget to address any of the areas highlighted in your DPR for further action.

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