TeachingAssistant Diploma – Assignment Five
1. What learning skills can be developed using ICT tools?
ICT is a valuable tool for supporting the learning as it extends teaching and learning in many ways. It allows teaches and pupils to use visual and auditory media to extend learning and encourage...
secondary school, which they stay at until they reach sixteen, seventeen or eighteen years of age.
There are many different types of state school as well as independent schools.
The main categories of school are local authority maintained schools(state schools)which are free to all children between the...
help promote the child’s development and other life skills. When working with new children it is also important that you integrate them successfully by welcoming them and making sure that they know you’re accepting them in to your establishment. Working with other agencies could make sure that a blind child...
Describe how you might contribute to a lesson given to a group of seven year old children learning to play percussion instruments.
2. What might your role be in organizing, using and maintaining the learning resources, material and equipment for this percussion lesson?
As the Teaching Assistant...
SUPPORTING THE PUPIL
The social and emotional development of children from 5 to sixteen plays a crucial part in in the impact and quality of the child’s lives these influence the development of the child in various ways which is why it is important for a TeachingAssistant to recognise these...
UNIT 2 – KEY ISSUES IN WORKING IN SCHOOLS
E1 – Key legislation that supports the teachingassistant in promoting safe working
practice in school
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974
Every child matters Framework and The Children Act 1989 and 2004
The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (replaced...
Management Team and what do they do? 6
What is a SENCO and what do they do? 7
What are the roles of Teachers and SupportStaff? 8
What are the aims and values of the school and how are they upheld? 9
What are the laws and codes of practice affecting work in schools? 11
Why do schools have policies...
and settings that are maintained by, or receive funding from, local
pupil referral units;
adult community learning;
youth and community work training;
different times in their lives.
-Babies and children are vulnerable and become resilient and confident if they have support from others.
-Early relationships strongly influence how children develop and having close relationships with carers is very important.
Stages of development
Compare and contrast the roles of the teacher and the learning support practitioner in the assessment of learners’ achievements.
The class teacher has many responsibilities and it is not mainly teaching on a daily basis, but the same important is to monitor children’s progress through regular assessments...
Ballinlough, Co. Roscommon. The aim of this project is to investigate and analyse the internal and external structures of Carrick National School and which factors affect the school. In doing this I will make the reader aware of how the school is of paramount importance to the local community.
2.1 Explain the Strategic Purpose of School Governors, Senior Management Team, Other Statutory Roles, Teachers and SupportStaff Roles
School Governors – School Governors give direction and focus by performing a vital and strategic role. Their main role is to help raise standards of achievement. Governors:...
The SENCO, with the support of the Headteacher and Governing Body, takes responsibility for the day to day operation of provision by the school for pupils with SEN and provides professional guidance in the area of SEN in order to secure high quality teaching and the effective use of resources...
TEACHINGASSISTANT DIPLOMA COURSE
SUPPORTING THE TEACHER
TUTOR TALK: The Learning Outcomes for this assignment are:
• Explain how the TeachingAssistant can contribute to making a positive and effective classroom environment
Teachingassistants carry out a range of...
Within a school, there should be a designated senior member of staff with specific responsibilities for child protection, they will also be aware of which children are on the child protection register and any other agencies involved with the child. The designated person should know the boundaries...
have developed a degree of mobility and are able to roll over unaided, sit up unsupported, they may be able to pull themselves up using furniture as support and crawl around. By 2-3 years they are now able to move around freely and be able to walk and run with confidence and ride a tricycle. .They are...
in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools (QCF) Edexcel Level 3 Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools (QCF) Edexcel Level 3 Diploma in Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning in Schools (QCF)
Edexcel Specialist qualifications
First teaching September 2010...
Working with others and Design and Technology
Adults other than teachers (AOTTs) are people without a formal teaching qualification who are able to make a significant contribution to the work teachers do in Design and Technology.
This section considers:
TeachingAssistant Diploma Course
Questions on Assignment Four.
Explain the legal responsibilities of the school relating to the duty of care and the welfare of the child.
All adults working on behalf of, or alongside children have a responsibility to keep them safe. Key people working in schools...