TDA 2.6 Help improve own and team practice in schools
Outcome1. Be able to reflect on own practice.
To supply supporting evidence for this outcome you will need to complete the following… - A reflective account on time when you have received constructive feedback on your practice.
- Complete an evaluation of all aspects of own practice. This could be through the activity sheets you produced for TDA 2.10 or identifying areas you feel you need to develop and explain how you can do this.
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Outcome2. Be able to improve own practice.
To supply supporting evidence for this outcome you will need to complete the following… - Update our PDP and complete a SWOT analysis of your skills.
- Compile a list of development opportunities open to you and describe why the importance of continuing professional development.
Continuing professional development raises the standards of your skills set. To always be updating skills and developing knowledge and finding ways to do this is a positive attitude to take, to be successful at what you do and what will set you apart from the rest. In a school it is very important that it takes a keen interest in continuing professional development, it means its standards are likely to be high and would make it more appealing to parents seeking a placement for their child. In education and in the classroom it is important for all staff to be proactive in their own continuing professional development. In order to feel more positive and confident about their profession and to keep motivated and inspired by new ideas. It also means keeping up to date with the latest teaching techniques, regular reviews of procedures and practices, such as first aid and child protection. Most importantly is the benefit to the children’s education, it means they will always be receiving the most up to date and the highest...
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