Ptlls Boundaries And Referral Essays and Term Papers

  • Ptlls Boundaries

    Roles, responsibilities and boundaries are continuous qualities within my role as a tutor which are constantly assessed and reflected upon throughout the teaching/training cycle. According to Francis and Gould “The role of a teacher is not just to teach but to also be an evaluator, subject leader, manager...

      1060 Words | 3 Pages   Learning styles, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Cengage Learning, Learning disability

  • Ptlls boundaries

    Boundaries must also be established to conduct a professional student-teacher relationship. In the ‘administrator’ role, the tutor could help with enrolment, CRB checks, Health and Safety, financial forms and tours of the college. The boundary here is that they are responsible for that person’s details...

      693 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Ptlls - Boundaries of a Teacher

    In the times that we live, the boundaries between teacher and learner have never been more important. A teacher has a duty of care and must follow all procedures policies and regulations as laid down by our company or institution. These are there for our own protection as well as that of our students...

      277 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Ptlls 3.1.4 Boundaries

    ensure that a friendly, sociable and relaxed atmosphere is developed and maintained. Word count 225 Gould, M., Francis, J (2009) ‘Achieving your PTLLS award, Sage Publications Limited, Gravells, A. (2008) ‘Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector, 3rd Edition, Learning Matters Limited...

      261 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Review Your Roles, Responsibilities and Boundaries as a Teacher in Terms of the Training Cycle. Ptlls Level 4

    Review your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle. The teaching and learning cycle (Gravells, 2011:7) should be a primary tool of any teacher. It is not, however, the only tool needed if we are to fulfill our roles and responsibilities in the field...

      869 Words | 3 Pages   Learning styles, Experiential education, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Teacher

  • Boundaries

    Boundary Issues When working in the human service profession you must understand the importance of setting boundaries. One of the most important aspects a counselor should instill into their work ethics is to build a strong, health line of communication and trust between themselves and their clients...

      542 Words | 2 Pages   Self-disclosure, Ethics, Health

  • Ptlls Review What Your Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries as a Teacher Would Be in Terms of the Teacher/Training Cycle

    Review what your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher would be in terms of the teacher/training cycle. The key role of a teacher is to ensure students’ learning, serving as a guide to access the process of learning, with an overall responsibility to help them achieve their goals and...

      750 Words | 2 Pages   Educational assessment, Teacher, Education

  • Ptlls

    Unit 1 Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning M/503/1229 Answer 1 As a trainer of many subjects, I must ensure that my own knowledge of the various legislation and regulatory requirements and codes of practice are current and up to date, which are often subject to change...

      709 Words | 3 Pages   Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998, Occupational safety and health

  • Ptlls

    Describe key assessment methods and explain when you would use each one, highlighting pros and cons of each approach. Assessment methods are initial assessment, formative assessment, summative assessment, peer assessment and diagnostic assessment. At first as a teacher I will take initial assessment...

      379 Words | 2 Pages   Educational assessment, Formative assessment, Practice (learning method), Learning styles

  • Ptlls

    Theory Task 1 Part 1 Lorraine Liakris A teacher should always provide a safe and supportive environment for the students to learn. This could be achieved before the class even begins by first of all checking the room over prior to the students arrival. You could rearrange the room...

      593 Words | 4 Pages  

  • Ptlls

    Equality Act (2006 and 2010) aims to eliminate discrimination, reduce inequality, protect human rights and to build good relations. Explain the boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles Professionalism requires us to maintain appropriate standards and fulfil our responsibilities...

      519 Words | 2 Pages   Institute for Learning, Education, Equal opportunity, Economic inequality

  • Boundaries

    have trouble saying no?” Boundaries by Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend, deals with people’s inability to say no to the people in there lives that are irresponsible about their own lives. This book discusses why boundaries are good, how to become accustomed to boundaries, and how to live a successful...

      353 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Ptlls

    Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher in terms of teaching and training. Role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher would be to be prepared for the learners. This would include making sure that the work stations are correct, such as computers, chairs...

      417 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Boundaries

    University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American Studies English Language and Literature Eva Koubová Boundaries of Femininity: The Eighteenth-Century Novel and its Heroines Bachelor’s Diploma Thesis Supervisor: Bonita Rhoads Ph.D. 2012 ...

      14239 Words | 40 Pages   Gender, Gender role, Reason, John Locke

  • Boundaries

    Boundaries. In the back of every human beings mind, lies a set of boundaries. These boundaries are instilled in us as a child by our parents and follow us until the day we die. Our personal boundaries describe who we are as a person. One person’s personal boundaries may be different from another’s. It...

      676 Words | 2 Pages   Abuse, Psychology, Self-esteem, Mind

  • Ptlls

    assessments are required to evidence this. The lifelong learning UK code of practice gives ethical guidelines to follow especially around professional boundaries. The Equality act requires that no-one be discriminated against on grounds of age, disability, gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, disability...

      285 Words | 1 Pages   Data Protection Act 1998, Personally identifiable information, Regulatory compliance, Occupational safety and health

  • Ptlls

    What’s your skin telling you? Most of us know that Aveda is an incredible line for Hair and skin care which has been created from only using naturally derived ingredients. But did you know that the concept of Aveda is based on an ancient 5000 year old Indian healing Philosophy called Ayurveda...

      1226 Words | 5 Pages   Facial

  • Ptlls

    Assessment 008 - Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning research report. It is my role and responsibility as a health and social care diploma tutor, to guide the learner to achieve their qualification within the target date with a professional and respectable approach. When...

      1780 Words | 6 Pages   Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, Formative assessment, English as a second or foreign language, Peer assessment

  • ptlls

    A course of training or subject delivery is invariably surmised by one or a series of assessment methods; assessment is also a useful tool in the arsenal of a tutor so as to gauge the progress of a given learner(s) as work towards a final assessment is ongoing. Assessment comes about in one or...

      250 Words | 2 Pages   Educational assessment, Peer feedback, Tutor, Test (assessment)

  • Ptlls

    Part 1 Part A (1 & 2) – Roles, responsibilities and boundaries As a Training Consultant (TC) and teacher my main role and responsibilities are to educate and deliver effective training and impart my skills and knowledge in my specialist area which is Childcare. This is needed to support the learner...

      3687 Words | 11 Pages   Peer assessment, Continuing professional development, Learning styles, Institute for Learning