Unit 332 – Engage in personal development in health, social care or children’s and young people’s settings.
1.1 My responsibilities and duties include
• Helping pupils individually and in groups
• Support literacy
• Support numeracy
• Support science
• Supervising art activities
• Listening pupils read
• Support PE lessons
• Support the use of ICT in learning activities
• Supervising role play activities
• Supporting other members of staff
• Feedback teacher
• Going on school trips
• Providing resources for lessons
• Providing clerical support
1.2 Since National Occupational Standards were introduced, the role of the TA becomes professional. It specifies the standard of performance we need to achieve in place of work together with knowledge and understanding that we need to meet standards consistently. What it means is that we need to develop all the time in order to keep in peace with ever changing demands of the education. Also gaining Level 3 qualification gives us great opportunity to progress to the foundation degree. Teaching assistants should have qualities like: to be good communicators, use initiative, be a good listener, respect confidentiality, have emotional intelligence, be consistent, have sense of humour, will undertake CPD.
1. Practitioners should reflect on their practice in order to achieve good results in professional development. Being reflective:
• Demonstrates that practitioners are actively concerned about the aims. • Enables practitioners to monitor, evaluate and revise their own practice continuously • Requires an ability to look carefully at practice in order to develop new skills and understanding • Requires an open-minded attitude
• Enhances professional learning and personal fulfilment through...
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