As a teacher, my primary responsibility is to ensure that learners are enrolled onto the correct course, in terms of meeting their needs, abilities and aspirations. Further to this, I need to ensure that my learner is on the appropriate course in terms of meeting their award and organisational requirements. In order to do this I will probably have responsibility for the following: promoting a safe and supportive learning environment; promoting equality and diversity; adhering to key legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice; modelling professional behaviour at all times to inspire my
The reason why I want to join Year Up is that I feel that it will give me the guidance I need to further my self for the future. I believe that Year Up is a good program for me and my peers. The reason why I believe it is a good program is because it was founded to give youth the skills an training they need. To achieve there personal goals and to be confident in furthering there education. I am a good candidate for Year Up because I have many personal values that will contribute to the Year Up program.
When communicating we should think about our choice of words, body language, eye contact, listening and how we respond. A young person will look to their teacher/support as a role model; therefore professional clear communication is very important. If a good relationship has been developed between students and their role models they are more likely to feel comfortable talking to them and will feel that they are approachable. More beneficial support to the young people is more likely and so this will have a good impact on learning and social skills. When communicating we should consider many things to be a positive effective role model.
It not only provides more opportunities and options but also more academic potential. It also adds value when it comes to securing certain top positions. These values are given to you for working hard and achieving the status of a successful human being. Schools teach you good morals on how to do an effort, how to work hard, how to achieve things, how to become an adult, and how to work with others and get results. “The choices you make now, the people you surround yourself with, they all have the potential to affect your life, even who you are, forever” (Xplore).
Creating a Productive Learning Environment Teachers have long known that learning environments have to be productive for students to succeed. When creating these environments, teachers have many issues to address. Classroom arrangement and producing a goal oriented atmosphere are just the beginning. Teachers must also create a sense of community to where each student belongs and feels respected. Rules and procedures have to be enforced regularly so that students are aware of what needs to be done so that they are productive and engaged every day.
We all have the child’s best interests at heart and want to do our best to give that child the best opportunities available to them. It is vital that we share appropriate information and value each other’s opinions. Observing professionals in their role can help a key worker with their own approach giving them a fuller understanding for the reasoning behind certain activities aimed at the child to help them to progress, and give them greater learning opportunities you may otherwise have been unaware
1.3 I attempt get feedback from others who are actively involved in the young persons life, this could be from my Manager, other colleagues or other professionals in the young persons care. I assess what worked and what didn’t with the young person’s in my care and try and identify what I could of done better, and how to develop my personal role to achieve my personal goals. In order to promote and build good relationships. 2.1 These are important because I need to be able to provide the best possible support and care to the young people in my care. Ensuring their safety and learning development is promoted at all times.
When students feel a sense of belonging and ownership in the classroom, they are willing to contribute and participate. This environment happens only when teachers and students have supportive and respectful relationships with each other. In order to establish this, I believe open and honest communication is key. To ensure that all students will be respected, there must be a set of norms established, which I plan to have the students create together. It is important that students participate in this process because it will allow them to feel included in the community and to feel a kind or ownership of classroom.
We want to work productively and well together as a team for the benefit of the children we wish to inspire and to create the right decisions for all those involved. In terms of the parents, they must be seen as an extension to the schooling environment and therefore as partners in the process of our children's
Always ensure opportunities for students’ success by giving tasks that are not too hard or too easy. Try to help each student find the personal meaning and importance in the material. One of the general strategies in motivating students in the classroom is to capitalize on the students existing needs. Students usually learn best in the