The Wide Range Of Responsibilities Conducted By Teacher

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The wide range of responsibilities conducted by teacher to help to learn, share and develop knowledge and skills. Show or tell how its being done, give instructions, guide and train are the main aims of a teacher.
I should know how to inspire my learners and support learner’s needs. It is my duty to handle classroom, prepare lessons, prepare teaching materials, assess learners, identify needs, evaluate them and their delivery, maintain learners record of progress and facilitate learning. I should be able to undertake effective teaching and strategies to allow learners to make progress. The area they are working and assessing or evaluating will identify if the aims and learning outcomes have been understand and achieved.

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In the event of an accident resulting in death or serious injuries, an investigation may result in the prosecution of individuals found to be negligent as well as the organisation.

Disability Discrimination Act 1995 and 2005
It is a duty to promote and reinforce quality for disabled people. Legislation is bound to provide appropriate facilities and access to people with disabilities.
I will have to make sure they aren’t left out from excursions off site or any part of the curriculum because of disability.

Race Relations Amendment Act (2000) and amended (2003)
Schools have obligation to uphold positive bond between people from different backgrounds. It is required to have a race equality policy in place.

Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001
It aimed to ensure disabled people were offered the same educational opportunities and choices as that in mainstream society. Institution now have a statutory duty to identify assess and make provision for pupil’s with special Educational needs.

Equality Act (2006)
As a teacher I would promote the equality Act 2010 by providing learners with good knowledge and experiences. My role as a teacher is to ensure I educate learners how to bring equality within our society such as gender, age, race, religion, sex, disability and civil/marriage partnership.

Children Act (2004)
Every child matters provided the
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