Case study 5.2 - "Are Teaching Assistants, Research Assistants, and Proctors Employees under the NLRB?"
Given the broad definition of “employee” found in the NLRA, one would have to conclude that the teaching assistants, research assistants, and proctors are all employees of Yellowstone Univer
Miss Sharon Jordan
65 Birmingham road
Student number JOR010HS / S28787
Level of English proficiency / Educational background
Factors foe ELs
Motivation / Primary language
TDA 3.2 SCHOOLS AS ORGANISATIONS
LO 1 EDUCATIONAL STRUCTURE FROM EARLY YEARS TO POST-COMPULSORY EDUCATION
1.1 EARLY YEARS EDUCATION ENTITLEMENT AND PROVISION
Early year’s education became an entitlement for all 3-4 year olds as part of the 'Every Child Matters' policy which is part of th
This sample unit is taken from Heinemann's NVQ/SVQ Level 3 Teaching Assistant's Handbook: Secondary Schools, 2nd edition - 9780435449391. Find out more or order online at www.heinemann.co.uk/teachingassistants.
Prepare and Maintain the Learning Environment
This unit looks at some of the
Chapter 8 Methods of Teaching and Learning
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8. Methods of Teaching
The variety of teaching and learning methods
which is used within a course is an important
ingredient in creating a course with interest to
students. A course with a large proporti
Communication Skills Training 1
The Effect of Communication Skills Training on Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Raters By Karen Lou Jones, 1987 University of Hawaii at Manoa Abstract This study examines the effects of communication skills training on undergraduate teaching assistant raters. 32 un
Types and characteristics of different schools
Grammar schools are state schools. The age range for a grammar school is usually between 11 and 16. To attend a grammar school you have to be selected based on your ability. A test called the 11+ is taken, and if you pass, you can
Level 2 Teaching Assistant Certificate - Assignment Three
Unit 3 Supporting the Curriculum
Using subject headings together with a brief summary of the subject, describe the range and main provisions of the relevant National curriculum in the school where you are employed.
EFFECTIVE TEACHING METHODS AT HIGHER EDUCATION LEVEL
Dr. Shahida Sajjad Assistant Professor Department of Special Education University of Karachi. Pakistan ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of various teaching methods used for teaching students at graduate l
CYP Core 3.3/LO 1.1
Current legislations guideline and policies:
Children’s Act 1989
Education Act 2002
Children Act 2004
Working together to Safeguard Children (2010)
What to do if you are worried a child is being abused (2006)
Safeguarding and Protecting
Korean universities take a variety of different approaches to ensure college students obtain a strong level of English proficiency during their education. This is why many university English classes use authentic literature written for native English speakers. There are a variety
1. Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle.
My role as a teacher
In her book Preparing to teach in the Lifelong Learning sector 2011 (P9), Ann Gravells explains that “Your main role as a teacher should be to teach y
Facilitating learning: Teaching and learning methods
Authors: Judy McKimm MBA, MA (Ed), BA (Hons), Cert Ed, FHEA Visiting Professor of Healthcare Education and Leadership, Bedfordshire & Hertfordshire Postgraduate Medical School, University of Bedfordshire Carol Jollie MBA, BA (Hons) Project Manage
Question 1: list ten important safety points for establishing a healthy, safe and secure environment.
There are 10 important safety points that are paramount in order to establish a healthy, safe and secure environment. These are in place to ensure that all working environments are foll
The aim of this project is to improve the quality of grammar teaching at lower secondary level through the implementation of action research. The grammar I am going to focus on is the usage of past perfect tense and the target audience of the project is secondary 3 average students in a band 1 schoo
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List ten important safety points for establishing a healthy, safe and secure environment.
The individual needs, age and abilities of the children and young people.
You should take any specific
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TEACHING CHILDREN TO READ
Reading is the gateway to learning; without it, children cannot access a broad and balanced curriculum. Dyslexic difficulties are associated with negative educational, employment and economic outcomes, making reading-related issues relevant to va
The primary objective of a teaching assistant is to support the school by carrying out a variety of tasks in order to create and maintain a safe, positive learning environment thus allowing teachers more time to focus on teaching. It is therefore paramount to remain flexible at all times. The purp
A small minority of schools surveyed employed teaching assistants specifically to work with pupils with SEBD. The majority of schools deployed their teaching assistants to work generically within the school with a role to support the whole class and to give overall assistance to the teacher...