ROLE, RESPONSIBILITIES OF A TEACHER
Role, responsibilities and boundaries are evolving qualities within the teacher which are assessed and reflected upon using the teaching of assessment, planning and review.
The main role of the teacher is to facilitate communication in such a way that all students are encouraged to enter into a wider debate surrounding the topic they have chosen. To ensure a session aims and objectives are meaningful and applicable to students the teaching role incorporates ongoing administration and assessment.
Assessing varying learning styles within a group and considering learner’s motivations and previous experiences helps identify various teaching methods that could be useful throughout the program. Sessions incorporating visual, auditory and kinesthetic learning styles ensures students have equal rights to learning and provide the opportunity to re-evaluate what is already known while exploring aims and objectives from a different perspective.
Teacher role is to create a safe learning environment to establish open and trusting relationships. Recording changes by completing relevant admin ensures records are up to date in order to evaluate changes to forthcoming aims and objectives.
The main responsibility of the teacher is to continually reassess development and change during the course and create a seamless transition to ensure smooth delivery. As students develop better understanding of aims and objectives their needs change and this must be reflected in continual reassessment. It is the teacher’s responsibility to monitor, evaluate and improve the quality and effectiveness of their delivery by taking into account learners changing needs.
Course structure and its coherent delivery are responsibilities which require adaptation and flexibility to reflect newly identified needs as seen in the teaching/training cycle. In holistic health classes, learners are encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning....
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