This includes; * Identifying individual learning needs via one to ones or through observations. * Create a specific outline of intended learning outcomes for pupils, which is also inform by the curriculum requirements set for pupils at their age, level. 2 * Preparing the learning activity by discussing and during research to understand subject matter. * Observing and recording pupil responses to materials presented to them and logging it down in there IEP (Individual Educational Plan) * Evaluate the learning activities and identify future learning needs by having a short feedback on the pupils responses to the activity. Daily discussions with the teacher on the
Furthermore if they notice that the pupils may have a learning difficulties, they are then able to ensure that the pupils is assessed by the Special Education Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) or external assessors if necessary in order to establish if they do have a learning difficulty and would then work with the class teacher and teaching assistant to ensure that they are able to support the needs of the pupil as appropriate and make suitable arrangements. Assessment of observation can help highlight and celebrate pupils’ strengths as well as being able to identify any gaps in their learning. The information can be also assed and be the basis for the ongoing planning of appropriate learning activities. Furthermore it more it would be a useful starting point for future learning goals or objectives. Question 2: Make a list of how to perform pupil observation.
I have the responsibility to help them with the literacy and maths activities and also to supervise and observe the children during the choosing time activities. In the mornings, I do prepare the snack table with fruits, milk and water where the children have free access during the choosing time. We do incentive the children to clean their hands with hands gel any time they will be visiting the snack table to eat. I help the teacher and teacher assistant to support the children in their holistic development in different ways: reading books; choosing time activities where they are free to choose any of the activities which will be set on the tables for them, such as: puzzles, sensory box, tablets, computer, painting, drawing, dolls, dressing up, they have free access to the other reception classes and to the play ground outside; we work with phonics; we incentive their listening skills where they have to point when they hear the key words's of the day during the history time; supporting their routine, being a good example and so on. We give them the opportunity to learn things in their own pace and time, trying to create realistic challenges in their learning to help their development.
Teaching Assistant level 3Assignment 3 Student Name: Shazna Begum Student Number: SHA851BE Tutor: Mr Ken Smith Question 1: Why is it important to observe and assess pupils development? Precise observations and assessments are vital to efficient educational training. Cautious analysis enables both the teacher and teaching assistant to make assessments linking to each individual’s behaviour, learning techniques, stages of development and maturation, curriculum advantages and disadvantages, contemporary learning needs and attainments. These observations and assessments can help underline and commemorate individuals advantages and also discover any disadvantages in their learning. 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.
I served the tea and I helped Mrs. A to drink her tea as she needed help feeding. At 10:45 I went in my brake for half an hour. When I returned I completed my care plan and sign all my creams that I applied. After I finished all my paperwork I went in the day room to prepare the tables for lunch. In the day room we have mostly the residents that need help with feeding or need to be encouraged to eat because of their health
Subsequently I should provide feedback to the teacher after the activity or lesson and inform the teacher on the children or child achievements and difficulties in the activity. By informing the teacher it enables them with their assessments of the children and to inform their future planning. Question 2: Describe your role in delivering learning activities. As a Teaching Assistant your role in delivering learning activities involves you assisting the teacher in setting up the classroom to meet the individual learning needs of each child in the class. To ensure that you provide
Communication is a two-way process. It involves listening and speaking. Being empathic builds relationships with pupils, parents and teacher, makes them feel that you have seen their point of view. This will make the pupil, parent or teacher feel supported and understood and opens a matter of trust. When effective communication is missing, this can cause teachers to misunderstand or be ignorant of the child’s needs; further more pupils may not feel listened too.
Each cultural has different views on what is considered “normal” which effects parental/familial involvement in a child’s education. When teachers become more culturally sensitive and show an interest in their student’s varying cultures, they are also showing the importance that every student’s culture has to offer. This also allows for teachers to learn and connect with students and their families that are culturally and linguistically diverse. This can also be known as cultural competence. Teachers show respect for the student’s and family’s culture by learning how to best communicate with families in regards to student/familial involvement in the student’s
With super tracker I learned all about the needs formatted to my body. I learned the amount of fruits and vegetables, protein, fats, dairy, and oils I need. I learned about the Calorie intake. I learned how to make a healthy meal chart. With the chart, I wrote down everything that I normally eat on a daily basis, but I also evened it out and added a little extra to balance out my diet.
Let them be more involved in making good food choices, such as packing lunch. Ages 13 to 17: Teens like fast food, but try to steer them toward healthier choices like grilled chicken sandwiches, salads, and smaller sizes. Teach them how to prepare healthy meals and snacks at home. Encourage teens to be active every