Introduction In this assignment I am going to cover the role of the teacher, the responsibilities that they have in the education and training environment. I will also discuss how to maintain a safe and supportive learning environment for your learners. To end the essay I will discuss the relationship teachers have with other professionals who work in the education and training arena. The teaching role and responsibilities in education and training 1.1 Explain the teaching role and responsibilities in education A teacher adopts many roles within the learning environment and has many responsibilities. One of the key responsibilities I feel for a teacher is to provide information, wisdom.
501 .1 - Be able to address the range of communication requirements in own role Health and social care professionals need good communication skills to develop positive relationships and share information with people using services. We also need to be able to communicate well with people’s families and/or carers and our own colleagues and other professionals. It is important therefore, if we are considering a career in health and social care, to gain the knowledge, understanding and practical skills needed to develop effective interpersonal skills. There are several different forms of communication used in a health and social care environment. :Verbal communication Verbal communication uses words to present ideas, thoughts and feelings.
Respect values and other different religion and cultures. Other duties and responsibilities include in supporting and collaborating with the class teacher, join in making action plans, and under the guidance of the class teacher assist the learner with one-to-one attention. Together with the class teacher, the Learning Support Assistant should develop and implement the Individual Educational Programme by making lesson plans, help to prepare and write the Individual Educational Programme for the learner and assist in the preparation of educational material and all the components of the instructional and educational process in class. Observe and assess the performance and behaviour of the learner and document. It is important to attend to the Individual Educational programme and Individual Transition Plan meetings.
Unit 1 Introduction to Communication in Health, Social Care or Children’s and Young People’s Settings. 1.- Understand why communication is important in the work setting. 1.1.- Identify different reasons why people communicate. Depending on the source where you seek the information there are from 3 to 6 main reasons to the communication. The one I prefer is the following classification: 1.
These may be small but over time will help build up a picture of each pupil. Formal observations are more detailed, they require you to sit away from the children and not interact with them. Observations are important as they enable us to assess and evaluate pupil participation and progress even more closely. All findings must be reported back to the teacher who in turn will report back to the parents and carers of the child. The Assessment Framework is the way in which a child is assessed to determine whether they are in need and what the nature of those needs are.
Constructive feedback can be given through different ways. When a trainer is giving constructive feedback to a group, he should focus on the group performance and what they have achieved but also has to make sure he identifies what each individual has achieved. When giving direct feedback to an individual, he has to ensure he is specific about the targets they have met and what they still need to achieve (Gravells, 2013). Constructive feedback can be given formally, by writing or informally, verbally. This way of giving feedback should always be adapted to each learner.
I would need to consider possible support that would be required in the classroom. I may do this by discussing any recurring issues with the learner such as tell tale Dyslexia traits and referring them on to the appropriate people. I would need to build a good, yet professional, rapport with my learners with built in trust. It is essential to have prior knowledge of your learners and take the time to work on their ILPs (individual learning plans). After the initial assessments, I would need to discuss with the group what they expected from me and what they expected from the course that I was delivering.
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The responsibility to deliver the proper and unbiased learning curriculum lies in the hands of the educator. Although, generally the curriculum is approved and handed down by the state; the educator must possess the capacity to lecture the students in a proper manner. Students must not be treated or educated differently on the basis of religion, gender, or nationality. Every effort must be made by the educator in order to provide an environment which is conducive to the learning process. An educator should constantly be revising lesson plans and expanding their own knowledge in order to deliver an optimal learning experience for the students.
A teacher may be able to do a lot of things to avoid behavior problems. I believe in few well-defined rules and lots of procedures. Structure in the classroom and procedures that the students know how to follow will provide stability. When the students know what is expected of them then there is a natural flow to the classroom. The stability in the classroom is necessary to meet basic needs of students.