22 Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Lifelong Learning

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Weekly TASK By completing this TASK you will have the necessary knowledge and skills required to complete your assignment. Use examples given to expand on your answer. For your assignment you will need to demonstrate sources of information. Each assignment has a reading list and web links. UNIT 22 1.1 Summarise key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relating to own role and responsibilities Q1. Identify 4 legislations that could relate to your job as a teacher and explain how this relate to your job eg government bodies, professional standards, awarding organisation requirements; Q2. Identify 3 organisational policies and procedures that relate to your job as a teacher explain how…show more content…
Identifying needs, eg initial assessment, LNA/TNA (learning or training needs analysis), qualification requirements, physical or intellectual and emotional needs, learning styles. Q9. How would you meet the needs that you identified using the methods below? □ Meeting needs, eg planning learning, managing students, resourcing, assessing, supporting, facilitating, teamworking 2.1 Analyse the boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles Q10. What are the boundaries between your teaching role and other roles □ Professional eg, organisational, working environment, vocational experience, time, resources, standards, job description. □ Personal, eg subject knowledge, skills, experience, confidence; other professionals eg team roles, line management, organisation hierarchy, support professionals, quality assurance, relevant external professionals. 2.2 Review points of referral to meet the needs of learners Q11. Describe the types referrals the learners may need and how would you support that? Organisation systems and procedures eg, academic, vocational, personal, administration, learning support, student services, specific learning needs provision, websites. □ Informal, eg subject specialist, colleague, peers; external agencies eg specialist support, government agencies, work related, employers. 2.3 Evaluate own responsibilities in relation to other
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