In this write-up, I will seek to explain the ways in which I could establish ground rules with learners, which strengthens behaviour and respect for others. In doing this, I will be explaining what ground rules are and why they are necessary. How best they can be established and also ensure that students take ownership of rules by putting responsibility on them. Ground rules can be defined as terms which govern the working relationship between the school/teacher and its learners. According to Jo Budden “good classroom management depends a lot on how you establish ground rules at the beginning of the course”.
The teacher assistant and teacher should plan together so that you are clear from the outset what you will be doing and are given the opportunity to put forward your own ideas. In the case of teaching assistants who support individual pupils, this can be particularly beneficial since they will be able to identify any difficulties with planned activities at the earliest stages and will also know in advance if they will need to find particular resources b) Delivery: How a learning support practitioner would contribute on the delivery of a learning objective,
They are responsible for teaching and learning for children in the early years and in primary schools, teaching and learning for young people under 19 in secondary and further education, supporting professionals who work with children and young people, helping disadvantaged children and young people achieve more, making sure local services protect and support children. This achieved with tools such as the national curriculum, EYFS, the Every Child Matters framework which states that every child should: enjoy and achieve, be healthy, achieve economic well being, stay safe, and make a positive contribution, school league tables, and reports from OFSTED. National government also funds research into educational based projects concerning children and young people, promote integrated working for those who work with children and young people and develop the role of non-government organisations such as charities and community organisations. Local government is responsible for providing services to all schools in the community, they will promote community cohesion, develop school policies including school management issues, behaviour management, staff training and development and SEN. The LEA will have policies that communicate their leadership to schools and will have specialist advisors for different areas of the curriculum.
Describe how you might react to incidents of bullying and violence? All signs of bullying or violence should be taken seriously, reported and logged with the teacher or other school staff. It is also essential to act upon this behaviour quickly and correctly to minimize the possibility of it happening again in the future. The schools policies and rules are regularly reinforced by the school staff to the children in their classrooms, in assemblies and around the school. During Anti-bullying week the school will have special assemblies to demonstrate the types of bullying and how children can report this behaviour.
ESE 315 WEEK 5 JOURNAL POSITION STATEMENT ESE 315 Week 5 Journal Position Statement, As I read the statement in “Early Childhood Inclusion: A Summary”, I came up with the conclusion of what the creation of a sense of belonging and membership, positive relationships and reaching full potential means when working with all young children and families. First, I would make sure that my classroom environment accommodates all my students and the parents feel comfortable with their child in the environment also. Throughout my teaching career and working with all children and families I have discovered that the best therapy a child can have is from their peers, therefore making the classroom environment as confident and warm as possible has always been a key and success for me. I have always had a classroom where all kids were included and this made all my students more peaceful and kind to one another and vey proud in their work and others as well. Since, I have been thinking of different ways of creating environments, seeing children’s strengths, abilities, and communicating with families during this class, I am going to briefly discuss two things I plan to implant in my professional experience.
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Health and Safety should be introduced at the beginning of the session to learners. This discussion should include, Signing In, Fire Exits, First Aid, Welfare Facilities and a time to answer any questions the learners may have. The tutor should establish ground rules for the session It’s important that we know from the beginning what is fair to expect from each other. The rules should include, Attendance, Punctuality, respecting others opinions, do not speak over others, usage of mobile phones, zero tolerance on bullying, ensuring equality and diversity is adhered too, this will all be explained to each learner during their induction but should also be refreshed during sessions. Being well organised will also mean that the learners are constantly on task and not left without a meaningful activity to occupy them ensure any negative behaviour is nipped in the bud.
4. Who needs to be informed if restraint or physical handling needs to be used? CU1571 1.4 It is the responsibility of the Head teacher to ensure that staff are fully informed of the school policy and understand what authorisation entails. It is also the responsibility of the Head teacher to arrange training or guidance to staff, possibly through a senior member of staff. An up-to-date list of authorised staff should be maintained within school and teachers should know who they are. If physical restraint is necessary you must report to the Head teacher and/or the SENCO worker who is both trained in the safe restraint of a
Your supervisor will ask you about the problem and any steps you have taken to deal with the situation. Your supervisor should listen with an open mind, gather all relevant facts and act promptly and fairly. Your supervisor should follow up to ensure that the corrective action has been taken and the cause of the grievance properly addressed. Should you be unwilling to approach your direct supervisor because the grievance concerns them, you can speak with someone else – either their manager or a Contact Officer. Step 3 If the problem is not resolved you may be required to notify senior management or the employer (usually in writing) as to the nature of the grievance, with a request for a meeting to further discuss the problem.
TDA 3.4: Promote children and young people’s positive behaviour 1. Understand policies and procedures for promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour. 1.1 Summarise the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour. The policies and procedures relevant in my school are written in the prospectus which is available for every adult and child in the school to read. They ensure that all the children in the school understand clearly how they are expected to behave in a kind and considerate manner and also encourage them to learn in a positive environment.