1.1 Describe how a learning support practitioner may contribute to the planning, delivering and review of learning activities. I contribute to planning by giving verbal and written feedback as well as observing while children play and communicate to see how well the children have done on an activity. All the information that is fed back helps the teacher plan things for the next lesson helping them. I contribute to delivering the lesson by making sure I have read and understood the lesson plans, whilst having all the equipment available beforehand. Through close working relationships we have developed verbal and non verbal communication skills that enables us to work together to deliver a lesson. I also deliver support to whole class activities, small groups and individuals on a 1:1 basis. I contribute to the review of learning activities by being hands on and suggesting and putting forward my own ideas. 1.2 Identify own strengths and weaknesses in relation to supporting learning activities and how these may impact on the support that can be provided. Strengths
1.4 Identify and obtain the information required to support learning activities. Every week I was given a lesson plan, which included; the learning objectives, the learning resources that were required, my role in supporting learning activities and specific child, I also had access to the children’s learning journeys and details about the child’s educational needs. 1.5 Identify and agree with the teacher the opportunities for using information and communication technology to support learning. When supporting learning activities I used technologies such as computers and an interactive whiteboard which the children loved to use. I also used a camera to take photos as evidence of the child’s learning. 2.1 select and prepare the resources required for planned learning activities. I had access to all equipment and resources in my setting for each particular subject area. I also helped prepare...
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