Maintaining a positive attitude is helpful in many ways and makes you likeable among the students. Being organized helps the peer tutor keep track of all the assignments that are given without falling behind. Being organized also helps the peer tutor set a good example for the students in the classroom to follow. It also shows the teacher that the peer tutor knows what he/she is doing and that he/she comes to class prepared ready to help the students. In the classroom, it is a great opportunity for a peer tutor to demonstrate his/her skills and abilities.
The teaching assistant is also the post of call for parents if the teacher requires it. Senco’s role: these hold the responsibility of being in charge of any special needs cases that arise in the school. They are responsible for maintaining a relationship in a mentoring role with the teachers/teaching assistants that deals with the case. They are also responsible to keep up to date records of anything that has taken place within this case from training to working alongside outside bodies. They are also responsible to keep training up to date within their team so they can offer the best level of
Unit 301: Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults 1.1) Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. Effective communication is essential in order to work successfully with children parent’s and staff. It is important for teaching assistants to have the skills to listen and respond to the views of others. It is important to respect others by taking an interest on what they are saying through body language and sound of voice. By doing this you are creating a good example for pupils who will therefore learn from you on how to communicate positively with others.
The supervisor is a teacher, counselor and consultant to the trainee (Pearson, 200). As the teacher the supervisor is the expert and gives more instructions to the supervisee. The counselor role of the supervisor is to “facilitate self-growth and explore the personal reactions of the trainee (Pearson, 2004, pg. 363). Lastly, the consultant role of the supervisor is intended to be more of a colleague and work collaboratively with the
Continuous positive reinforcement is central to promoting desired behaviors. This building block is the initial step in promoting a student's self discipline and is complemented by the next type of modeling, respect in a quantitative manner. Next, the quantitative manner is presented by establishing classroom rules. These rules are collaboration between the teacher and the pupils. It is a way of showing respect to a pupil by saying your offering is valid and will be implemented.
K/601/7629 4 Understand the importance of supervision in counseling. 4.1 Explain why both casework and managerial supervision are important for a trainee and a qualified counselor Supervision is important for both trainee and fully qualified counselor for many reasons which can be covered broadly as educative and formative.This means learning and developing the skills required to become an effective counselor and being able to recognise and understand the capabilities of trainee or supervisor by exploration and reflection on work with clients.The supervisor can be effective when supporting and challenging the student in their work with clients,to look at the students awareness of themselves and of their own responses and reactions with clients as well as other variables such as power sharing which can all affect the process. Another important factor is the supportive or restorative purpose of supervision. One simple way to described this is how both student and qualified counselor react and work when issues come up by way of transference.For instance wanting to rescue a client who discuses hugely distressing emotional issues that may resonate due to shared experiences. A further element is the managerial or normative aspect of supervision and this could explained to some extent as maintaining standards.An awareness of the need to keep up with CPD, personal blind spots and prejudices that affect the the way how both trainee and counselor look at themselves which in turn influence how they see others and the way how they work, so the requirement to contiunaly learn about oneself increases knowledge and understanding which is vitaly important for personal development and growth that will enevitbly enhance thier work with clients.
Keywords: culture, prepared, school counselor View of Myself Looking back at the receptivity scale, I feel as though my responses have made me realize that I am very well prepared to be a school counselor. What I see, what I know, and what I display to those students around me in the school environment lets me know that I truly am a people person. I love helping others regardless of race, gender, religion, disabilities, adults, children, and so on and so forth. That is just the personality that I carry. What I do believe is that being raised by a GOD fearing woman, who strongly stands firm by his word, has taught me many things.
As defined by the American School Counselors Association (2010), the professional school counselor has numerous roles when addressing the population of students with disabilities. These roles are identified as advocacy, transition planning, behavior modification, counseling parents, making referrals to specialists, improving self-esteem, working as part of the school multidisciplinary team, teaching social skills, and serving as consultants to parents and school staff. There are many hats the professional school counselor must wear, however it is important to note that an efficient school counselor executing an effective comprehensive school guidance program will be implementing these responsibilities in collaboration with school administration, staff, and parents. In collaboration with other school staff, school counselors must search and serve, that is, they must be capable of identifying and promptly serving students who
When asking, “What is necessary for a meaningful and worthwhile teaching and learning experience,” Mrs. Hagel’s response referenced the engagement in learning, objectives, and instruction, whereas, Mr. Walker expressed collaboration with the school (teacher, CST, administrators) and the parents are critical to the success of a child as well as a positive learning enviroment. He also stated, “A student needs to know that they are being supported.” Are either of the answers correct, absolutely. In order to have what is necessary for a meaningful and worthwhile teaching and learning experience, teachers need to have passion for the topic and the enviroment needs to
In these instances, virtue ethics and Biblical values can aid counselors in determining the right course of action. Pursuing deep reflection with discernment and diligence allows ethical and moral actions to follow. In doing so, student counselors can position themselves to provide the best and most caring service to their student clients. Confidentiality and Student Counseling Introduction The importance of preserving confidentiality between clients or patients and counselors or therapists dates back to ancient times. Its importance relates to key aspects of the therapeutic relationship between a professional and his or her client.