Responsibilities as a teacher are to ensure you teach a class as effectively as possible. Making sure they understand fully the information being taught to them, to complete their course contents and to pass feeling confident and able within the qualification they have achieved. To be able to achieve this, a teacher needs to cover and complete a wide range of topics. Being fully aware of what they are responsible for and if anyone else has an impact on learners experience. To help a teacher stay focused on their responsibilities the following 5 stages need to be followed. These stages are known as the teaching and learning cycle.
-Initial assessment The initial assessment stage is about finding out the individual learners needs or needs that a group have and planning how they are to be met. This stage is very important for the learning outcome. This stage will usually begin prior to the course though can also continue through the first session. This will also help identify what other services and resources are available and how to implement them into the course.
-Planning and preparation During the planning stage identifying the learning outcomes and gathering together a mixture of activities to provide best teaching practise. Creating session plans to engage all learners.
Following lesson plan to ensure all relevant criteria is being taught and observing individuals to ensure everyone in the group is feeling included and understanding what is being taught to them.
Looking back at learner’s achievement throughout the course and providing them with effective feedback to help them grow and move forward. Recording learner’s achievements with relevant course paperwork.
Discussing the course outcomes and receiving feedback from learner’s colleagues or employers to improve best teaching practise for the future.
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