Task 3: Roles and Responsibilities Home Study Written Task Introduction This task prepares you for working in a school. It covers key aspects of schools as organisations. This includes the structure of the education system, the roles and responsibilities of key members of the school team and the purpose of school ethos, mission statement and aims and values. Assessment You can either use the templates that follow to record your work, or produce your own. You will be assessed on your knowledge and understanding, through your assessor looking at your written records.
This will ensure that every student has the highest possible chance of success. • Plan and design The roles here is to be an organiser and researcher. It's a teacher’s responsibility to plan and design a course in such a way as to ensure that it meets the specific needs of the learners. Some courses are constrained by the subject of the material and can only be delivered in a certain manner. Following a syllabus becomes essential as it enables the teacher to map the learning outcomes, and the aims
ILM Level 3 – Module M3.30 Reflective Review 1 – Communication in Management 1 - The Communication Process A - Introduction Communication is the process of sharing thoughts, ideas and facts with others and having those thoughts, ideas and facts understood by the persons receiving them. This process needs a sender, a message, the method by which the message is delivered, a receiver and the feedback, or response, for effective communication to take place. This assignment will look at two communication needs specifically used within my workplace, specifically the Schools Accountancy Team. Our customers are School Business Managers and Finance Officers who are based in schools within the Local Authority. The Schools Accountancy Team support these colleagues in a financial capacity and need to be able to respond quickly to their queries.
In schools, there will be a number of sources of support you should be able to draw on, to help you plan and review your own development. Sources of support may include formal and informal support, and may be within, or beyond, the organisation. You may choose to speak to a member of the Senior Management Team informally about your development, if you do not have a formal procedure in your school. Alternatively, your school may undertake formal appraisals with all the members of support staff. Formal Support – Each member of staff, including Head Teachers, will be appraised by the person who has the responsibility for managing them.
They have to be prepared to both support and challenge the head teacher and staff by gathering views asking questions and deciding what is best for the pupils. Senior Management Team This is usually the Head Teacher, Deputy Head and Heads of Departments, Special Needs Coordinators are sometimes members too. Their role is to set and manage the strategic direction of the school. They also lead any changes in the school and make sure the school is doing its best to deliver the strategic direction for the pupils attending the school. They are aware of the current state of the school and are key in launching new initiatives that can motivate the whole school and keep track of these initiatives once implemented.
Norms are standards and expectations of a society .Mass media and the school play a major role in transmitting both acceptable and unacceptable values to secondary school children. The writer will also define the terms socialization and socialisation agents Definition of terms Socialisation Haralambos and Holborn(1990) define socialisation as the process by which individuals learn the culture of their society. In support of Haralambos,Lundberg(2001) defines socialisation as the complex process of interaction through which an individual learns the habits,skills,beliefs and standard of judgment that are necessary for his/her effective participation in social groups and communities..For the purpose of this essay,socialisation will be defined as the process of cultural learning in secondary school students for them to acquire the necessary skills and education to play
It can outline the basis for the partial development of the right learning needs and abilities and may also be constructive preliminary stage for future learning prospects There are many rationales why it’s significant to observe and assess pupils’ development. For example, to be able to recognize the broad choice of skills in all areas of pupils development. This will help teachers and teaching assistants to set out goals that need improving and building upon current skills to allow pupils to achieve their educational attainment at different levels. Moreover it is important to observe and assess in order to identify and comprehend the cycle of development in children. This understanding should be used to connect the hypothesis and theory with my own practice as a teaching assistant within the school.
ETH306W: Assignment 02 Memorandum At top of first page students should write for which phase they are enrolled. This will guide you when reading their answers because they may apply some information to a specific school phase. In question 4 they have to do either 4.1 (ECD phase) or 4.2 (Intermediate and FET phases). The purpose of this assignment is to ascertain that you know and understand the theoretical content of this module. You have to acquaint yourself with new development in the field of Inclusive Education including intrinsic and extrinsic barriers to learning and development.
Organizational Culture: Insights and Issues Background The term paper assigned is an integral component regarding the internal evaluation for the course Organizational Behavior and Leadership. It is included in the curriculum with an aim of providing a learning opportunity to the students. The term paper prepared here tries to highlight the importance of organizational culture and values upon employees and other stakeholders. It briefly talks about the influence of a culture through out an organization. The questions that are sequentially focused in this paper are as: 1.
Educational assessment is the process of documenting, usually in measurable terms, knowledge, skills, attitudes and beliefs. Assessment can focus on the individual learner, the learning community (class, workshop, or other organized group of learners), the institution, or the educational system as a whole. Types The term assessment is generally used to refer to all activities teachers use to help students learn and to gauge student progress. Assessment is often divided for the sake of convenience using the following distinctions: 1. formative and summative 2. objective and subjective 3. referencing (criterion-referenced, norm-referenced, and ipsative) 4. informal and formal. Formative and summative Assessment is often divided into formative and summative categories for the purpose of considering different objectives for assessment practices.