Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries Within Teaching

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Course Title .Understand own role, responsibilities and boundaries of role in relation to teaching Chris Hirst PTLLS Preparing to Teach in Lifelong Learning Sector Level 3 Award Depending on the organisation, your role, responsilbities and boundaries as a teacher will depend on five areas of the teaching/learning cycle. The purpose of the cycle is to educate, communicate, and motivate students to learn. Identifying the learners needs Role of the teacher is to identify the individual needs of the students. The teacher’s responsibility is to attend organisational events. These are informal meetings, where the learners may be given advised on the relevant courses to suit…show more content…
As the awarding body will require the teacher to assess the student’s level of learning, the teacher will still need to decide what methods of assessment are required. This may be observation during any session, and completing assignments. It is important when any assessment has been made the teacher must give the student feedback. Finally the teacher needs to review any assessment and make any changes where necessary. It is important that the teacher maintains a record of student progress as this may be a requirement of the organisation. Evaluating The final role is evaluating and assuring the quality of the teaching programme. . From start to finish the teacher has a responsibility to evaluate their teaching .During the design of the scheme of work, the teacher will have to review the session and ask what when well, or not, how can I improve the next session. It is important to remember the organisation or awarding body will require further evidence that evaluation and quality assurance has taken place. The purpose of this is to provide consistency and quality across any teaching session. This may be linked to performance targets for the college. Evaluating teaching and teachers can be done by several methods .Internal monitoring; this may be another member of staff, the teacher may be required to undertake this as
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