Role, responsibilities and boundaries
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The first of the assignments is Theory 1 (T1). You will likely get set this on your first session and it will be due back quickly, probably at the next session. Check out the full list of Ptlls assignments if you need a different one. Level 3 – Describe your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher/trainer/tutor in terms of the teaching/training cycle. Recommended word count 300-500 words. Level 4 – Review your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher/trainer/tutor in terms of the teaching/training cycle. Recommended word count 500-700 words. So, to kick off, some good basics on the staples of the course. It’s part of section 1, specifically about understanding your own role, responsibilities and boundaries of your role so includes T2 on legislation, T3 on equality and diversity and T6 on records – giving you a clue right there about this introductory essay. Role, responsibilities and boundaries
The key here is roles as distinct from responsibilities and how boundaries fit in to that. Literally look at the dictionary definitions. role: the function assumed or part played by a person or thing in a particular situation responsibilities: a thing which one is required to do as part of a job, role, or legal obligation boundaries: a limit of something abstract, especially a subject or sphere of activity So responsibilities fit within roles and it shouldn’t be too hard to figure out what the boundaries are. A few things to tick off for role would be
* Creating / facilitating opportunities for learning
* Plan lessons, find and prepare materials, do research, assess learners and yourself * Keep records: lesson plans, attendance, assessment etc
And similarly on responsibilities you’re looking at
* Keeping yourself up to date in both teaching and your field * Maintaining high standards in your work and conduct
* Complying with the rules of the organisation you...
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