Roles and responsibilities of learning support/teaching assistants vary from organisation to organisation. I have created a list of my roles and responsibilities in the organisation I work for: -Assist individual students in performing activities initiated by the tutor. -Supervise learners for short periods of time when Tutor has to leave the room. -Assist in monitoring supplementary work and independent study. -Reinforce learning in small groups or with individuals, while the tutor works with other students. -Provide assistance with individualized programme materials. -Assist the tutor in observing, recording, and charting behaviour. -Assist the tutor with crisis problems and behaviour management. -Assist in preparation/production of instructional materials and modifications. -Carry out instructional programs designed by the tutor.
-Work with the tutor to develop classroom schedules.
-Carry out tutoring activities designed by the tutor.
-Maintain records relative to specific programming and student performance. -Assist in related duties which may be assigned because of specific needs. -Assist the teacher to provide program adjustments that are suitable to the student’s behavioural and emotional make-up. -Assist with student’s food preparation and distribution. -Make records of any behavioural issues that may occur
-Attend a monthly Review of progress with each learner.
-To recognise and act upon a learner struggling with work.
-To maintain stock in Tuck Shop.
-To support learners if they have a problem with members of staff. -To create group activities for learning sessions.
4.2 Explain the points of referral available to help meet the needs of learners.
• I would ensure the course documents take into consideration the individual needs of the learner. E.g. Initial Assessment, Scheme of work, ILP and APL • Provide a suitable...