Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle. The teacher’s role, responsibilities and boundaries are permanently changing, evolving and being assessed in order to give the best possible learning experience to all students. Using the teaching/training cycle can benefit your personal development if you refer to and use its principles. The first stage of the cycle is Identify needs, this begins with the initial assessment where we can determine the learners needs and the correct course for them to achieve. We use a quickscan, and VAK test which helps to determine the learner style, (Visual, Auditory and Kinaesthetic).
Individual students will be using their iPads consistently throughout the day. They will be used across the curriculum with students blogging, interacting on our class wiki, and creating multimedia projects. In small group instruction, specifically Tier 2 instruction, the iPads will be used to differentiate instruction. During small group instruction I will using Apps that compliment our units of study. Some students made need help with basic math facts while other students are ready to do some enrichment problem solving with their mathematics.
unctional skills provide students with the essential knowledge, skills and understanding that will enable them to operate confidently, effectively and independently in life and at work. (Functional Skills Update 2, QCA, December 2005) It is important to embed functional skills into teaching to give your learners underpinning skills. By doing this within the main subject the learning process is made more interesting. Within the teaching of Information Technology, functional skills could be incorporated in activities using word processing packages, spreadsheets, databases, The Internet, electronic quizzes, computer games, video and other forms of multimedia. By designing activities based around computers and technology, Information Technology learners will feel more comfortable and confident completing tasks.
Students awarded Qualified Teacher Status need to “Manage behaviour effectively to ensure a good and safe learning environment” (DfES, 2012). According to a review by EPP (2004), Initial Teacher Education (ITE) is a crucial focus for action in the area of behaviour management as it provides a unique opportunity to establish the foundations for effective practice. Under jurisdiction, the United Kingdom Government has the responsibility to provide free, compulsory education for all primary aged children allowing children to reach the best of their abilities achieving their fullest potential (United Nations, 1989). I believe it is therefore the responsibility of all teachers to keep updated with current research to provide each and every child they teach, the best possible positive and safe engaging learning environments that they can. I believe that as a teacher you are not only a provider of knowledge but also a role model for a child.
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: Tick 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 / 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.
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION ENGL-101 Liberty University September 9, 2013 The debate of rather a computer is an empowering tool to those who embark upon it still exist today. A computer in the hands of a hard-working student is an important and empowering tool that, if utilized to the fullest potential, can be capable of encouraging that student to become a success in his or her studies. In today’s society, technology has become an integral part of education. It allows students and teachers access to information, show students real world, help with research projects, and prepares for jobs. I believe that with the many technological advances that have been made throughout history computers have made life easier.
Comprehensive Classroom Technology Plan Tina Nemeth Drenda Scolari EDU-225 Grand Canyon University 6/19/2011 Table of Contents Introduction Mission Statement Vision Statement Rationale Communication Plan Using technology to communicate in a classroom setting Integrating Instructional Technology Pros and cons of technology Facilitate and Enhance Instruction Using Technology Software to Support Assessment Technology Assisted Assessments Can technology help assess student learning? Difference in formative assessment and summative assessment Technology uses in both Pros and cons of using technology to assess students Technology Ethics in the Classroom Ethical Uses of technology Internet security Creating proper copyright and student use agreements Ethical practices of technology that could be used in the classroom Conclusion Rational, Vision, and Mission Statements Tina Nemeth Drenda Scolari EDU-225 Grand Canyon University 6/19/11 Vision Statement: Students will be educated to the best of my abilities, incorporating both today’s technology as well as the technology of the future, insuring my students the best education of yesterday, today, and tomorrow! Mission Statement: By educating myself with the technologies of yesterday, today, and tomorrow's technology, I will be better equipped with the knowledge necessary to educate my students on subjects that can be useful both in and out of the classroom. By providing students with technology both in and out of the classroom, they will become more familiar with how to
Learning and Communicating Online A written response by Kerri-Anne Hill TP 2 Unit COM10003 Swinburne University As an online learner aiming to be a professional in the field of Early Childhood Education, I have learnt the following. The skills and attributes I need in order to be successful in my chosen career are the ability to keep accurate records of children, the ability to communicate effectively with parents, families and co-workers. The ability to maintain order within a classroom, the ability to operate learning devices for disabled children. The ability to plan engaging children’s curriculum and document it to share. The ability to evaluate children’s learning to identify possible learning difficulties.
The mentoring teacher searched for successful practices which could be developed in the new teacher’s teaching style such as tone, eye contact, body language or even learning activities which could create success in class. The study was similar to the student teacher/veteran teacher relationship. The data collected consisted of individual participant interviews, artifacts such as observing teacher’s guides, researchers’ field notes and observing teachers’ goal-setting documentation.
Early Childhood Education Programs Amanda Daugherty ECE 312 Rhonda Taylor August 13, 2012 Early Childhood Education Programs Teaching in a classroom is more then just standing in front of a class telling kids what to do it is about coming up with a plan and putting into action to help the students. When coming up with a plan you need to look at a vision statement, mission statement, and a philosophy statement. In order for every one to know you are reasoning for teaching and what you stand for. In this we are going to learn what each of these are and how they work in a teaching plan. Vision statement: is what you see for the future of your company.