Establish constructive relationships with parents/carers. Ensure you give regular feedback to teachers on children's achievement, progress, problems etc. promote good behaviour, dealing appropriately with conflict and incidents in line with policy and procedures and encourage children to take responsibility for there own behaviour. Accompanying the children on school trips and out of school activities as required Provide clerical/admin support such as photocopying, typing, filing, money etc. Undertake children's record keeping as requested.
At this age we need to remember to comfort the child if they become upset and be someone they can speak to if they choose too, it is important we do not shout at children as this could cause them more upset and distress. Also we should be lively and energetic and enjoy taking part in activities they enjoy and provide new challenges for them. Primary schools- During this age it is important to listen to the children however the teaching assistant must make eye contact, lower themselves to the child’s level and speak to the child in a positive way. Children will start to learn boundaries during this time so it is about enforcing them in a positive and encouraging way. Encouragement is also important during all aspects of school life such as during lessons, their work, forming friendships and finding new things because this will help the children to try new things and to progress and move forward with their development and education.
The policies include guidance: Behaviour policy :( Promoting appropriate behaviour in the children and discouraging inappropriate behaviour) The school’s behaviour policy is very important because this policy gives guidelines to all members of staff how they can manage children behaviour. In my setting there is a code of conduct policy help to manage the children’s behaviour effectively and in a manner appropriate to their stage of development and their individual needs and make sure staff and children keep calm when dealing with inappropriate behaviour. In my setting class teacher ensure that both sides of the story are heard and dealt with consistently. . Navneet Kaur (Neetu) Identify transitions that only some children and young people may experience e.g.
As it relates to student skills, teachers should teach life skills such as social skills and occupational awareness and exploration by involving students in group or club activities. Finally, teachers should provide the student and parents with immediate feedback and work with the student’s parents and school faculty in creating and implementing an IEP that is tailored and meet the student’s needs (Center for Parent Information &
A support group is vital for this method. Cooperative learning is the best technique for increasing anti-bias awareness and understanding. Everyone needs the diverse viewpoints and honest feedback of colleagues to develop new awareness and teaching practices. Support group members may be other staff, parents, or early childhood teachers who
Establishing good ground rules at the start of the lessons are an important part of the teacher’s role to ensure everyone has clear expectations within the classroom environment, this helps to ensure appropriate behaviour and respect for others within the class. The teacher should be ready to teach, be on time and available to greet learners on arrival to their lesson. Recording attendance at all teaching sessions is the responsibility of the teacher. It is important to be approachable with an open, friendly attitude whilst always working within professional boundaries and always respecting confidentiality. The teacher should have the ability to check learners understanding during lessons.
In this case, teacher should always be prepared, has consistently and clear rules, try her best to create a good relationship with her students. Moreover, keeping learners busy and interested, as well as avoiding frustration due to hard lessons, help to minimize disruption. Verbal Cues: Some misbehavior just needs the use of non-verbal cues by the teacher to avoid disruption. Using eye contact with a misbehaving learner may be enough to stop them engaging in an unwanted behavior. Moving closer to a student may also be effective.
As a practitioner it is very important to be able to communicate with other members of staff and parents and the children in a respectful manner, and to be able to discuss any concerns you may have with another member of staff for example if you have any concerns about a child in your care. It is also important to remember the importance of being able to communicate with the children’s parents effectively and to make them feel welcome when they come inside of the classroom and to always try your hardest to answer any questions they may have if you cannot answer the questions get back to them straight away. Personal Hygiene. 2. I was a positive role model when I told all of the children about the importance of washing hands before they eat their fruit at playtime or lunch at dinner time.
Baseline data helps the teacher decide how far the child is from where he or she should be. It also helps the teacher to develop objectives and instructional plans. Determining Effectiveness of Instruction Another critical aspect of monitoring behavior is to assess the effectiveness of the program. Keeping track of the student's behavior helps the teacher make decisions about when instructional changes are needed to help the child make progress on his or her individualized objectives. Communicating About a Child's Progress Monitoring student's progress on objectives facilitates communication in the classroom, with parents, and with students.