EVALUATING TEACHING - Supporting the teacher in delivering the plan with a child or group of children. - Preparing the resources. PLANNING - Long term (Year Plan) - Medium term (each term or half a term) - Short term (weekly or daily plan) Involvement of a teaching assistant You can bring to the Plan - Resources - Suggestions - Experience - Knowledge of the children Although teachers will have completed long term plans for classes and groups, as a teacher assistant you may be asked to discuss and plan with them activities on a weekly basis. You will be working with the teacher to ensure that the work you are covering fits in with activities and topics planned. If you are not part of the planning you can still speak to the teacher about what will be happening and offer ideas and suggestions of your own.
This would be a great chapter of the book for parents to read because it would help them to understand why the school is doing what it is doing. There may be a lot of different things going on when it comes to discipline that a parent of a student with special needs does not understand and this chapter could given them a good insight to the reasons behind the actions. Also it would give parents the resources they need to maybe challenge what the school is doing if the school does end up over stepping their role in disciplining a student
Liaise with other external professionals with may come into contact with the pupil i.e. Physio, speech and language. | Teachers | Deliver curriculum, class responsibility. Plan and assess work, consult with parents and teach differentiation. | Support Staff | Plan and support work with the teacher.
They work with individuals or a group. They advise teachers, parents, social workers and other professionals. They also support the SENCO with assessments and observations of pupils who have additional needs. Educational psychologists work in all sectors of the education system, including child development clinics for pre - school children where children with potential learning difficulties can be identified early. The roles of an educational psychologist include:- * Giving advice to teachers about individual children.
stats and ofstead. Governors will also deal with any complaints or concerns from parents. SENCO Special Educational Needs coordinator. A SENCO is involved with every school and mainly works with teachers and parents of a child who may have additional needs. This could be related to learning or a disability.
In this meeting we will be educating parents about the different forms of abuse namely physical, verbal and emotional abuse. This will be discussed with students as well, We will inform the parent/guardian of their child’s participation to make sure the parent is aware of their child’s response should there be a lack of interest or any concerns thereof, we will inform the respective parents or guardians. In the event that a teacher suspects that a child is being abused or any indication of neglect, the teacher will make a note in the learner’s diary to contact the parent. The process is as follows: The child is first identified by the teacher who then addresses it to the school principal. If the principal is in agreement with the teacher, the parent/ guardian will be contacted by the principal.
It’s basically a teaching/learning plan that is specifically tailored to a child's needs. It's normally planned by a group of teachers & specialists who are involved with the child. 5. What is the school/teachers role in generating and implementing an IEP? h. To create an effective IEP, parents, teachers, other school staff--and often the student--must come together to look closely at the student's unique needs.
Information from carers and colleagues. It is important for teachers and parents to work together and share any concerns they have regarding their child. They can share ideas and strategies to assist the child in reaching their full potential. 3.2 Children and young people’s development may not follow the expected pattern for a number of reasons. These include; * Disability * Emotional * Physical * Environmental * Cultural * Social * Learning needs * Communication Cross reference CYP 3.1 - 2.1 and 2.2 3.3 Children with a learning or physical disability may be subjected to prejudice or discrimination at school for the reason
Educational psychologists may use reasoning tests to assess an intellectual age in contrast to a chronological age. Information from colleagues and carers: Parents/carers who know the child and colleagues expertise are very useful, especially when planning for social and academic success for pupils with special educational needs and/or disabilities. If we are concerned about child's development it's good to ask/share information. For example, if a child has not progressed for a while in their assessments or levels, we will call the parents in to talk about our concerns with the child and hopefully try and get them to work with us to help the
Spending time going through the learning activities and seeing how children have responded to a certain task or question, can really help change it for future activities. It is also important to look back at the learning objects so you can measure what the children have learned. It is important to have clear objectives at the planning stage, in order to evaluate whether pupils have achieved them after the lesson. If children have rushed through the activity and then looked bored then it would be obvious that the task was a bit too easy and not really suitable or beneficial for that group. Therefore you would need to try and make it more engaging and stimulating, perhaps by making it more difficult or time-consuming so the students really have to work to complete it.