Evaluate own responsibilities in relation to other professionals
It is clear that much of the success and smooth running of any organisation depends heavily on workers fulfilling their required duties, while also fulfilling their responsibilities to colleagues within the organisation and any other professionals they liaise with as part of their job.
The same is true of the responsibilities of a teacher. Teachers’ responsibilities can be individual as well as, responsibilities to their colleagues (team) and organisation.
For example, an individual responsibility teachers have towards other teachers is to ensure that classrooms are left in a clean and tidy manner after lessons. This may mean reminding students to tidy up after themselves and to tuck their chairs in etc. If this is not done, the classroom will be disorganised, messy and it will be unfair on the other teachers and learners who will need to use the classroom. In addition, if teachers failed to fulfil this responsibility, not only would the appearance of the establishment be untidy, but it may actually be unsafe to work in.
Being able to work as part of a team is a natural and important aspect of the teaching role. Part of the responsibility of teachers to their team is to work together to create and share resources. This is necessary because sharing resources saves time creating new ones as well as is cost effective. Ensuring the proper use and management of resources can also be an organisational responsibility. If teachers did not fulfil these responsibilities to their organisation, then money would be spent to constantly replace resources, when it could have been put to better use.
Completing a register is another organisational responsibility of a teacher. If a teacher forgot to complete a register and there was a need to evacuate the building, it would prove very difficult to account for absences.
Within the teaching profession, there are many other professionals both internal and external...