2.2 Describe the importance of continuing professional development
3.1 Describe why team work is important in schools
3.2 Describe the purpose and objectives of the team in which you work
3.3 Describe your own role and responsibilities and those of others in the team
3.4 Describe the importance...
team work is important in schools. I will also be describing why it is important to be respectful of the skills and expertise that others can bring to the team.
A.c 2.2: Describe the importance of continuing professional development
It is important to continue your professional development throughout...
In this assignment I will be demonstrating the importance of continuing professional development and what it actually means, why teamwork is important within schools and also looking at the importance of respecting the skills and expertise of practitioners.
Assessment criteria 2.2:-
What is CPD (Continuing...
of the practitioner working with children
E1. Describe the responsibility of the practitioner in professional relationships
Being a professional practitioner means developing and maintaining professional relationships with parents, children and colleagues. The responsibility of the practitioner in a...
1.1 Describe why team work is important in schools
Team work in schools is important as it’s a development not only for you but also for others. It helps to build a positive relationship with those that are within your team, as well as showing that there is support for one another within the...
TDA 2.6 – 3.1
Describe why team work is important in school.
Team work is important in school so that we all have a shared purpose that they are all aiming for the same thing.
It takes more than one person to meet the needs of children and young people and we need to work together as a team to...
TDA 2.6 (criteria 3.1)
Describe why teamwork is important in schools.
Teamwork is a fundamental and effective way of supporting the development of the school. Educational process is the result of collaboration of teachers and staff members: they develop lesson plans and support children’s progress...
team practice in schools
Upon completion of this module learners should be able to demonstrate the
knowledge, understanding and skills required to help improve own and team
practice in schools. It requires demonstration of competence in reflecting on
and improving own practice, and...
Aids understanding of individuals’ needs
* Prevents misunderstandings
* Support the development of own knowledge and skills
U5 1.1 Why working in partnership with others is important
* Working in partnership. Parents/carers/colleagues
* Promoting inclusive practice
* Sharing common...
TDA 2.6 Help improve own and team practice in schools |
Describe why team work is important in schools
It is important to work as part of team as this can only gain better results, you can listen to other people and their ideas and also share your own ideas and experiences. Working as a team...
E1. Describe three different types of settings which provide care and education for children in your area.
Statutory – Primary School
Voluntary – Youth Network
Private – College
E2. Describe how each of the settings identified in E1 aims to support children and their families.
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Understand the work of the team.
Describe why team work is important in schools (3.1)
Teamwork improves communication, it isn't just about exchanging information - it is about ideas, feelings...
with children Development from conception to age 16 years Supporting children Keeping children safe The principles underpinning the role of the practitioner working with children Promoting a healthy environment for children Play and learning in children’s education Caring for children Research into child...
fundamental processes: performance analysis, cause analysis, and intervention selection.
HPT uses a wide range of interventions that are drawn from many other disciplines including, behavioral psychology, instructional systems design, organizational development, and human resources management. As such, it...
how each individual responds while they are in your charge. You may find that different teaching styles work better than others and that some prefer a softer approach whereas others may enjoy difficult challenges. Teachers often find that you may be able to spend more time with an individual and your...
principles underpinning the role of the practitioner working with children.
The responsibility needed by a practitioner need to be practiced with regards to certain responsibilities. One of the main responsibilities when working as an early years practitioner is to work as part of a team to provide...
this means you can drop your children off whenever you want and you don’t need to book in either. It is also good for the children to interact with other children and have space away from their parents and vice verser. Holiday Clubs provide children education when there isn’t any school. They help the...
E3; Describe the main legislations in your country that supports the rights of children;
The Children (NI) Order (1995) is one of the main pieces of legislation in our country which supports the rights of children and shows that children should be treated equally and also fairly. They should also be...
Disclosed details of his personal life including the number of sexual partners he had had, that his girlfriend would share a bed with other girlfriends when they slept over, that he had been in love numerous times, and that he had thought about homosexuality during his youth (HCCC v Kreft...
space in the garden for the baby to play and explore will influence their development as they may not be able to expand their gross and fine motor skills. “Generally, people with a high level of earnings enjoy a better lifestyle, with better housing, food, clothes and own transport.” Parents may not...