It is important that the teacher appreciate any input from their students, whether the answer is correct or not. This openness will instil confidence and motivation from within the group and help their learning experience. To create a positive learning environment, with a clear structure, a teacher needs to have the ability to plan their lectures or sessions effectively. With clear goals and aims which match up with the curriculum. These lessons need to be creative, incorporate activities and techniques that will engage the learner.
©HSC DIPLOMA HELP ͟͠͞͠ Unit 502: Promote Professional Development Unit code: SHC 52 Unit summary The purpose of this unit is to assess the learner’s knowledge, understanding and skills required to promote the professional duty to maintain the currency of knowledge and skills and the need to continually reflect on and improve practice. 1. Understand principles of professional development 1.1 Explain the importance of continually improving knowledge and practice An important principle of CPD is that it includes much more than going on courses. All organisations need to develop a learning culture with work based learning at the heart of this. Continual professional development is a process of life-long learning that meets the needs of clients and enables care workers to expand and fulfil their potential.
Evaluate own role and responsibilities in lifelong learning , follow the Teacher Training Method of Teaching ,Identify the needs by plan training, and deliver training. Followed by Assessment’s and feedback on Overall Evaluations. 4. Review own role and responsibilities in identifying and meeting the needs of learners. Initial assessment is to acknowledge the strength or weakness of each student and thoroughly learning about what is the best approach of learning about the students and the better approach or method of teaching the students, so they are able to understand. Target settings will also apply as a motivation for the students so they are able to understand the actual target’s that are required to be followed.
At the start of the course, a teacher has to establish the ground rules and ensure that it is clearly understood by learners. It is important that rules are clear and unambiguous. Ground rules can be reviewed during the course of study. Jo Budden also stated “In the middle of the course, it is never too late to refresh students’ memories of the ground rules”. The following are some ways to establishing ground rules: The school would have its rules, and this needs to be established at the start of the course and must be clearly communicated verbally or in writing to ensure that learners understand it so as to ensure compliance.
In the book What Great Teachers Do Differently, Todd Whitaker chronicles things that great teachers do. By adopting many of the practices in the book, a new teacher can be well on their way to becoming a great teacher. High expectations, creating a climate of caring, decision making, and learning to ignore things are just a few of the things that great teachers do. Great teachers have high expectations not just for their students, but also for themselves. The expectations a teacher places on his or herself are directly related to those placed on their students.
The responsibility to deliver the proper and unbiased learning curriculum lies in the hands of the educator. Although, generally the curriculum is approved and handed down by the state; the educator must possess the capacity to lecture the students in a proper manner. Students must not be treated or educated differently on the basis of religion, gender, or nationality. Every effort must be made by the educator in order to provide an environment which is conducive to the learning process. An educator should constantly be revising lesson plans and expanding their own knowledge in order to deliver an optimal learning experience for the students.
Is the responsibility up to the teachers, or ESL paraprofessionals? Do both share responsibilities in teaching ELLs? In top-down discourse, the classroom teachers represent themselves as experts, and the ESL department as supportive partner. The teachers select the curriculum (the vocabulary) and the ESL department uses the activities from the teachers. Yet when confronted with instructional obstacles and time management, the teachers go to the labeling discourse and shift all the responsibility to the ESL department.
Keeping records is a very important reflexive tool for both teachers and learners in the educational setting. Accurate records taken throughout a course enables both teacher and students to continually reassess the effectiveness of the teaching/learning relationship by giving an ongoing measure against which to view learning objectives. Records indicate whether pupils have learnt what has been taught and are making sufficient progress with the course; who needs more help or is ready for more extensive work by assessing better or worse progress than expected; and whether teachers need to refine any aspects of their teaching by assessing successes or shortcomings where teaching needs to be strengthened. Attendance data taken on a close protection course gives an idea of where students may fall behind with learning outcomes through non attendance. Identifying non attendance could indicate a problem external to the teaching setting which may benefit from referral to other professionals or could point to students’ dissatisfaction with the teaching style which could be addressed by reassessing the teaching methods used in order to promote more inclusive practice.
According to Blanchard and Thacker (2007), this is necessary to show how important learning is for the success of the company as a whole. (p.91) 5. Learning styles and personalities must also be considered to design effective training. Because we are dealing with people, the training should be design to match people’s feelings as well as KSAs. 6.
Personal responsibility, as it relates to academics is the taking charge of one’s own learning. Personal responsibility recognizes the importance of completing assignments on time, studying for tests, and performing to the best of one’s ability. I accept responsibility for my own education and I am an active participant. Having a positive sense of responsibility will increase my chance of academic success. The most important ways to improve academic success is to focus on improving the areas of my personal responsibility.