Quite often a TA is responsible for supervising the pupils at playtimes, on school outings, or just generally in the classroom and also offering additional support to the teaching staff in all areas. A TAs list of duties can be quite varied depending on the school, staff and what is expected. The Teacher The teacher’s role is to be in complete control of their class, preparing lessons, and supervising the staff/visitors in the classroom. A teacher will prepare individual pupil targets and give direction to other staff in the class room. When disciplinary action needs to be taken normally the teacher in charge
Award in Education and Training – Assignment One Learner name : Wesley Westaway Award in Education and Training – Assignment One Answer the below questions in paragraphs researching your answers from the course, books and the internet. Make sure you save your work to your computer. Learning outcome 1: Understand the teaching role and responsibilities in education and training Task 1 Unit 1 (U1) Assessment Criteria (AC 1.1) – Complete the following table and question to identify your roles and responsibilities as a teacher. (Please attach additional pagers and/or evidence as required.) Tick the box of those responsibilities that relate to your role: Teach/train learners – Large groups Teach/train learners – small groups Mark assignments and give feedback Work with learners on a 1:1 basis Register the learner with the awarding body Assess the learner’s work product Observe the learner in situ Mark the work against national standards Make regular appointments to support the learner to achievement Give positive feedback Submit assessed work for formative/summative internal assurance and standardisation Carry out internal quality assurance Attend training meetings and gain feedback Be a positive role model for your learners Tick Task 2 U1 AC 1.1 - Now we have identified some of your roles and responsibilities, explain the teaching role and responsibilities in education and training.
Support Learning Activities Be able to contribute to planning learning activities Explain how a learning support practitioner may contribute to the planning, delivery and review of learning activities. 5 1.1 Planning, teaching and evaluating follow a cycle which gives structure to the learning process. The diagram below shows this: Evaluating Evaluating Planning Planning Teaching Teaching There are three different types of planning for teachers, short, medium and long term. Depending on the teaching assistant’s role, as a teaching assistant we are more likely to attend a medium or short term planning meeting so that everyone is aware of the area of learning that will be focused on, while the planning takes place. Evaluate
Danielle Gallagher Unit 303 Support learning activities Outcome 1 Contribute to planning learning activities 1.1 Explain how a learning support practitioner may contribute to the planning, delivery and review of learning activities Although the class teacher is primarily responsible to plan, deliver and review all learning activities for the class, a teaching assistant can work alongside the teacher and make contributions that can improve the teachers plan, alter the delivery to make it more effective for pupil attainment and extend the teachers initial review. “Planning, teaching and evaluation follow a cycle which gives structure to the learning process” and is vital in my role as a teaching assistant. I aim to describe how I aide the teacher to plan and deliver lessons and how I give feedback to the teacher about individual pupils, in order for the teacher make improvements in her planning and to be able to target individual children that are struggling. I will also give an example at the end to show how I effectively assisted in planning, delivery and the review of a lesson. Planning - the teacher will ask her staff to look over her planning and to give an opinion on it, if the staff feel there could be any improvements then they will tell the teacher.
M- TDA 2.6 Unit 3.3 Describe own roles and responsibilities and those of others in the team. Roles and responsibilities as a Teaching Assistant in a Primary School. *Teaching Assistant= TA *Special Educational Needs= SEN TAs have an essential role to play in the smooth and effective running of a school. They are an extra pair of eyes, ears and hands for the teacher and gives support to the structure of the school.The main responsibilities are- Working alongside with teacher to plan work and activities. Helping to organise the learning environment and supporting the introduction of new activities.
Also I need to create effective and stimulating opportunities for learning through high quality teaching that enables the development and progression of all learners. My role as a teacher is to plan my sessions by doing lesson plans, preparing teaching materials, assessing my learners, evaluating myself and my delivery, completing attendance records, and maintaining records of learner progress e.g. interviews, tutorials, assessments, etc. As a teacher I also need to exercise a duty of care for my learners, ensuring they are inducted to the company and course, carrying out one to one tutorials and reviews with learners, following professional values and ethics, acting and speaking appropriately and standardising practice with others. I will also need to attend meetings, mark work, attend promotional events and exhibitions and refer learners to other people or agencies when necessary.
Running head: MY PERSONAL CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT My Personal Classroom Management Grand Canyon University EDU430N: Classroom Management Professor Allison Atkins June 20, 2010 My Personal Classroom Management Plan In order to establish an optimal system of discipline, teachers need an encompassing viewpoint that includes the purpose of discipline as well as the elements that comprise discipline and how those elements work to improve behavior while still maintaining motivation and dignity (Charles, 2008). There are various approaches to discipline that are effective in the classroom. Almost any disciplinary approach can be organized to focus on helpfulness and positive relations with students (Charles, 2008). Therefore, when teachers
Is the responsibility up to the teachers, or ESL paraprofessionals? Do both share responsibilities in teaching ELLs? In top-down discourse, the classroom teachers represent themselves as experts, and the ESL department as supportive partner. The teachers select the curriculum (the vocabulary) and the ESL department uses the activities from the teachers. Yet when confronted with instructional obstacles and time management, the teachers go to the labeling discourse and shift all the responsibility to the ESL department.
Victoria Alcock Preparing to teach in the lifelong learning sector level 3 Assignment 1 Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries Would be in terms of the teacher training cycle. The role of a teacher/trainer can be a challenging one, not just for the teacher/trainer for the learner as well. As a teacher/trainer it is my responsibility to ensure that the learner/s are achieving to the best of their ability at a pace they are able to cope with.in my role as a tutor I have to: Identify needs when a new learner arrives to my sessions for the first time I will introduce myself and any other staff/learner that may be in the room. Once introductions have been done I will explain the course to the learner find out
Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning Mandatory Unit 01 Guided Learning Hours: 12 Credit Value: 3 Level 3 Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning In this section you will learn about: • Role, responsibilities and boundaries • Relevant legislation and codes of practice • Promoting inclusion • Identifying points of referral to meet learners’ needs • Record keeping Role responsibilities and boundaries What do teachers in the Lifelong Learning Sector do? The lifelong learning sector covers a range of learning environment: • Colleges • Training organisations • Community centres and organisations • The workplace • Public services training centres, for example, prison, health-care settings, the uniformed services. You may be able to think of many other learning environments that are not covered on the list above. You may have been surprised at the range of different environments in which adult learning takes place. Are you or any of your peers teaching in the following circumstances?