The class teachers’ main role is to monitor and assess pupils’ daily achievement. They need to be monitor of the progression made by all the children in their class and be able to report back to both the parents and other members of staff and managers. As a Teaching assistant the main role is to support the class teacher whilst this ongoing assessment of pupils takes place. The teacher can measure the progress of each pupil by carrying out lessons and setting the children clear objectives. At the start of each day the teacher provides me with a sheet of what the learning objectives are and what groups we are all to work with a what times for the full school day.
FAMILY-CENTERED PROGRAMS ASSIST IN THE CLASSROOM AND AT HOME Nekita Roberts ECE313: Collaboration with Parents & Community Prof. Sara McBryde Sunday, March 24, 2013 Family-Centered Programs Assist in the Classroom and at Home In teaching it is important to have a program that not only works in the classroom but helps the student at home. A family-centered program focuses on helping the student learn not only “book” lessons but learning life or home based skills in the classroom that can help them at home and in life. It is getting the family involved in activities that take place in the classroom, helping parents get and stay involved in their child’s academic life, and teaching the whole child. In this paper I will be discussing how to encourage desired behaviors from pre-school-aged children at home and at school, and strategies that can be used to teach these behaviors and to assist the parents in enforcing these behaviors at home. Attachment can be defined as a bond formed between a child and educator, and a child to their parents.
The observer will either mimic or avoid the actions based on the consequences that the person who initially performed the action received. This can be a very useful tool in the development of child rearing. Through observational learning, children learn valuable life-skills at a very young age. Child rearing, otherwise known as parenting, is teaching and nurturing of a child from birth until adulthood. Children learn a lot during this time from watching others, especially their parents.
CYP Core 3.2: Promote Child and Young person development 4.1 As a child care practitioner, the care and education that I extend to children, can make a difference to their overall development. In short how working practices are delivered in my setting can affect children development. As a reflective practitioner, I am able to effectively plan and work with children, always remembering that the child comes first and my work practice needs to be child centred. * I need to ensure that there is a proper balance of child-initiated and adult-initiated activities. * I need to ensure that that the balance of activities cover each of the aspects of learning in the curriculum but also building on each of the development areas.
Class teacher To work as a key person and actively engage with family in order to develop positive relationships and develop trust To maintain attendance record to maintain safe collection procedure for children The Designated Person for Child Protection (DPCP): has knowledge and skills for recognising and acting upon Child Protection concerns. In his/her responsibility to provide support, advice and guidance to any other staff member on an on-going basis and on any specific safeguarding issues as required. The Head teacher responsibilities are : - ensuring that the policies and procedures are fully implemented and followed by all staff; - ensuring that sufficient resources and time that enable the designated person and other staff to discharge their responsibilities are available and allocated (including taking part in
CU1531 Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings 1.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of own work role My duties and responsibilities in my work role are outlined in my job description, of apprentice nursery nurse, such as to complete assignments on time given to me by my tutor. Also to attend team meetings and inputting ideas e.g. nursery meetings, staff meetings, department meetings and training and being involved in discussions that take place and also input ideas towards paperwork such as policy reviews. I am to provide all aspects of care for children including washing, changing and feeding under supervision. This also includes comforting, welcoming, playing with, teaching, observing and protecting the children.
However, through our research into the Reggio Approach, we are able to enrich our daily experiences with the children in our schools. Each day and every moment, we, the teachers, follow the directions of the children and adapt ourselves, always observing, documenting, listening and interpreting their goals, theories and strategies so we can gain insight into their thinking, always ready to make changes and support the children in their discoveries. The Reggio Emilia Approach is an innovative and inspiring approach to early childhood education values
Plans and activities must be age and development stage appropriate for the children, adhering to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). I should also supply children with the proper resources as needed. This includes for example games, puzzles and books. I do regular risk assessments for every stage of my day for example outings, playing in the garden, school/ nursery pick up’s almost everything. I also have a daily check list of things I need to check in my setting each day.
The more children know about their world, the easier it is for them to read and learn when they get to school. You have an important role to play in helping children learn new information, ideas, and vocabulary and how to use this knowledge to become full participants in their own learning. You can help children to connect new information and ideas to what they already know and understand. As a teacher, you and the children's parents and caregivers are partners in helping to get the children ready for future school success. Good communication with parents and caregivers can build support for and strengthen the important work that you are doing in the classroom.
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. 1.1 continued Role of teacher Role of teaching assistant • To be responsible for planning and preparing to the National or Early Years Curriculum • To plan and prepare work alongside the teacher • To teach pupils according to their educational needs • To support learning activities • To access, record and report on the development, progress and attainment of pupils • To assess/evaluate children’s work as directed by the teacher • To take responsibility for all other adults within