The importance of teaching, knowledge, and appraisal in teaching and guidance is demonstrated in the report. Role of a student by which various perspectives have been examined in the documents is of the teacher. The trainer/teacher has different roles and duties towards the learners which assist them in achieving their targets. The form of assessments complete to know regarding the individual learning of students is explained and observations are noted briefly. The main purpose of the report is to understand the duties and accountabilities in education and training, the association between the education role and other specialized tasks.
a) Roles and Responsibilities in education and training
In this, different roles and duties in the education and training of a tutor that is described as follows:
Identifying needs: The teacher is accountable for recognizing the requirements of the users and the accurate company. It is essential as it allows conducting planning which provides learners the best suitable direction where they can gain success or growth in their selected subject.
Planning learning: It is recognized requirements required there is accountability to accurate plan is modified for person learning style. It is an important role of teachers is to plan accurate studied materials and resources that are necessary while giving education and teaching to learners (Pennington, et. al., 2019).
Facilitating learning: It may be observed as the education phase and role of the teacher is to provide knowledge to students by using different methods which help in engaging learning own leaning form. Along with this, it helps facilitate and provides learning needs and requirements in the class.
Assessing learning: This is the main responsibility of teachers in updating and assessing learners’ knowledge so that progress needs to be maintained to make decisions on future teaching programs. Teachers need to assess the learner to increase their knowledge and abilities.
Evaluating learning: It is the main role of teachers in which they can easily carry out learning at any time and use constant review that is effective. Teachers’ main role is to evaluate the skills and learning of learners as per this they need to provide those required tasks and work.
b) Relationships and boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles
It is essential for a tutor is to understand their expert limits and also evaluate restrictions that such limitations compel their lessons. There are various forms of margins that teachers should bear that includes legislative needs and professional code of conduct that compel constraint on the teacher, and borders that teacher requires to follow with context to their carry out with others (Lam, 2016). The teachers must be alert of how their activities and functions can impact the point of view that others of both teachers and their company. They need to clothing properly and perform in professional way that motivates their others as well. The boundary between the learner and teachers should be professional and teachers need to avoid being over-friendly with their students which creates conflicts and show partiality with other learners. Teachers should also avoid and ignore the external social contact outside their association and it requires avoiding communication with learners on any type of social media. It will assist in avoiding any inappropriate conditions and demonstrate to the students that each learner is treated in an equal manner. It is important for a teacher is to focus on maintaining and managing learners’ skills and knowledge in a better manner.
c) Role and use of initial and diagnostic assessment
An initial evaluation gives common where student starts their studies. It is an important and imperative section of the procedure of agreeing person learning goals and targets how can learn to proceed and they are evaluated if they do not have beginning the important point. It is analyzed that period of the initial assessment is undergone by various students (Looney, et. al., 2018). An individual learning and support requirements are identified by using the concept of initial assessment in a better manner. With the help of this, an individual learning plan developed in such a way which will provide accurate structure for their learning. For the knowledge program, this is evaluated from that beginning point of the learner. During the learning program, the learning needs are skills, knowledge, and abilities that a learner requires to attain. At the time of the new class, diagnosis assessment must be taken place in the first class. It is important for the learner is to focus on gaining attention towards their new knowledge and abilities in the class. Apart from this, while delivering one tutorial, it can be taken along with students. For this, students can easily reach desired goals and targets properly.
d) Aspects of legislation, needs, and codes of practices related to role and responsibilities
This is analyzed that all the tutor need to stand for by several legal necessities, which is approved in Parliament that includes Children Act, Equality Act, Data protection act, health and safety act, and various other acts. Along with the legislative needs, there are regulatory needs that are regulated by government entities that involve Ofsted (Davies, et. al., 2018). Such operating and regulatory requirements include the Control of substances, Food Hygiene regulations, and others. Teachers need to hold to accurate practices of their selected expert business. For ICT, British computer society has to regulate strategy that all the professionals in areas of ICT must be followed. It has guidance in various fields:
The public interest: It states regarding public health, the privacy of data, security and safety, the well-being of others, and the focus on the environment.
Duty to relevant authority: It legislation related to the individual who is employed in the company.
Duty to the profession: It suggested acting with integrity and respect for others.
Professional competence and integrity: It is that act that helps in maintains integrity and abilities in a better manner.
a) Identify and meet the individual requirements of learners
The teaching, education, and assessment cycle can be used to recognize and assist in improving the different stages of teaching and learning. This, the cycle has no beginning but this contains different steps:
- Recognize requirements
- Planning needs
- Facilitating education
- Assessing knowledge
- Evaluating skills
In the identification stage, teachers and association can be evaluated and it is an important stage which helps in recognizes person learners’ needs at the early stage. This information can be used for planning and properly formulating the learners’ details (Huang, 2019). To identify the students’ requirements, teachers can plan such a program of work accordingly. They need to make changes in the way of learning lessons and it depends on the physical differences of learners and also they have to organize the different resources as well. They may need to cater to physical needs by arranging parking and wheelchair which can easily access for the students who are disabled.
b) How planning meets the individual needs of learners
While taking development lessons, it is important for a teacher is to consider the level of learners and identify their individual learning needs properly. For example, learning and teaching functions planned for a set level for only one learner that would vary from activities planned for level three students. The teacher needs to plan such activities which can complete by the learner and by this student can gain more knowledge and improve its skills as well. Whenever possible, mostly I focus on avoiding having various activities for learners of different skills as it could result in the student feeling inferior. For the group work, teachers arrange the group in advance and mix up the students in that group so that they can able to help the other group member (Asadollahi Kheirabadi, et. al., 2019). The planning process helps in understanding learners’ needs and how this will make and shape in such form which assists them in gaining more knowledge and abilities. for this, teachers need to set the level of skill of a learner based on this they are provided them accurate tasks and activities in a better manner and focus on them whether they are reaching such goal or not.
c) Strategies in which teaching and learning plans can be adapted to meet the individual requirements
The education and knowledge process can be tailored by embed least required ability so that a person’s learning needs can be easily meet. Along with this, life skills can be announced to make sure the learners are gaining abilities which they are required for developing skills in future life. During the learning and teaching plan, it is important for the learner is to focus on performing each activity which is conducted by teachers and gives their best to impress the tutor. Students need to show interest and curiosity in every subject in which they are learned from the teacher and they should demonstrate their abilities within the classroom.
d) Promote appropriate behaviour and respect for others
In this, promote accurate respect and performance is essential in supporting to develop of a suitable environment for learners to perform and learn skills. Developing ground regulations and norms based on these students can assist in preventing the issues which occur in the upcoming. Certain major grounded rules can be fixed that includes providing admiration to each other while learning, and there are no disruptive actions, at the time other regulations can be bargained. It can help maintain and manage a evidence of incident of deprived attitude and activities to observe if there is a prototype included as certain students may develop into uninterested after some time (AlMahmoud, et. al., 2017). Some of the group learners are disruptive in which they use a seating plan to separate them so that they are not able to cope with others. Lessons are different and interesting because this could assist in reduces the incidents of low-level disruption in the classroom. Along with this, teachers can support promoting accurate respect and attitude by became a great role model, and also they are set an appropriate example which helps in developing a sound environment for teaching and learning should be undertaken. It is important for learner is to focus on maintain their skills and promote the abilities in which they should use various technical methods which enhance their learning.
e) Ways to promote equality and value diversity
It is examined that equality can be observed as every person have equal rights and opportunities and it is the responsibility of the government is to develop equal laws for everyone (Ferm Almqvist, et. al., 2017). The equality act 2010, it is stated that it is the legislative act which is passed by parliament and it provides rights for all the persons and there is no right of an individual is to discriminate against a person’s disability and any other problem. This act determines the various forms of discrimination, victimization, and harassment. It is that act which is described as under:
- Gender reassignment
- Pregnancy and maternity
- Marriage and civil partnership
- Sexual orientation
- Religion or caste
To assist in promoting diversity and equality in the classroom, teachers can act as proactive and challenge, and examples of discrimination can occur. For this, teachers can develop conscious efforts and actions in regards not to give favour to any group of an individual. It is not offended by anyone. In addition to this, outside the classroom, the teacher can also plan extra lessons and activities that make sure that there is no favoured or disadvantaged by the lesson (Smyth, 2016).
f) Purpose and types of assessment used in education and training
Evaluation is important for both teacher and the learner. Teachers require assessing the learners to make sure learning is taken place and learners require accurate feedback from the assessment to engage in this process. Effective assessment can emphasize what learning has been taken place and understanding the further requirements of the learning. The assessment can be completed by the learners by way of self-assessment and peer assessment in which learners can easily assess other learners’ growth and progress. Various types of measurement methods that are used in teaching and preparation and the main purpose of this is to determine the learning procedures (Napal Fraile, et. al., 2018). There are four forms of assessment that includes initial appraisal, diagnostic evaluation, and formative and summative method of assessment. All such methods help in developing and formulating the report while providing learning to their learners. These methods assist in a measure the achievement goals and assist in the lead towards gaining more skills and abilities.
a) Effectiveness of teaching and learning and learning approaches
Every learner has different needs for understanding the teaching of teachers regarding the learning capacity of the learners. Teaching and learning approaches are required to be diversified under individual requirements (Zeuch, et. al., 2017). There are various kinds of teaching and learning approaches such as lectures, demonstration, multimedia, presentation, practical, experimental approach and many more are effective teaching and learning approaches which will help in meeting the individual needs of learners. Some learners can learn through lectures but some can’t. Multimedia and practical learning will help in effective learning for gathering a person need of students. Effectiveness of education and knowledge methods for achieving the individual requirements of learners is important for ensuring learning results from the learning approaches used. The learning approaches to meet the demands of learners on an individual level should be identified by teachers to teach them using learning approaches for making them understand the teaching.
b) Benefits and limitations of communication methods and media
The communication has different methods such as written communication, oral communication, body language, and visual communication. There are some benefits and limitations of communication methods. The benefits are a permanent record of the message, better understanding of the opposite person, body language can be read and visual gestures can be judged in communication methods. The limitations of communication methods are feedback is way slower and more difficult in written communication, no record can be kept in oral communication, and visual issues are present in some cases. These are some of advantages and boundaries of communication approach in which on paper, oral, body language and visual communication are included (Havnes, et. al., 2016).
Media is very important in the coaching and education procedure. The media provides benefits in which information can be transmitted or dispersed quickly which allows learners to learn various aspects of teachings with the help of media. The media helps in fast transfer of information to brains of learners which will make learners understand the teaching on effective manger as visual representation are more influential for understanding. There are some disadvantages of media in which spread of misinformation and development of bad values are major limitations for learning and teaching approaches as these can impact on the learning process of students.
c) Benefits of resources and assessment methods concerning meeting the individual needs of learners
In this, resources and evaluation approaches are effective about assembly the individual requirements of students as the learners should be provided with in person approved commands which will assist the learners to evaluate and grasp the idea of education more effectively (Gyampoh, et. al., 2020). The resources such as notes, books, and internet references should be provided to the learners on the style of learning on an individual basis as this will be more effective for meeting individual needs of learners. Assessment methods are required to calculate and evaluate the individual performance based on the needs of learners as assessing of performance will enhance effective learning to individuals. The assessment methods like project, presentations, portfolios, oral or written reports and learning projects are related to reach the individual requirements of learners in the education procedures. The property and evaluation approaches about accomplishing a person necessities of learners are very effective for the learning process of learners as resources are the prime source of learning and teaching process which provides the medium of understanding the educational concepts to learners by teachers (Said, 2018). The assessment methods will help in the evaluation of the usefulness of the education and knowledge approaches as performance of individual learners can be understood and reflected in achieving the requirements of the person learner to make whole education learning and teaching process easy and effective.
d) Methods where minimum core elements can be shown in planning, delivering and assessing inclusive teaching and learning
There are various ways where minimum core components can be demonstrated in preparation, deliver and evaluate the inclusive learning and education practices for individuals to meet their needs. Literacy is the minimum core skill which can be demonstrated in planning the learning for learners using interpretation, inscription, sentence structure, punctuation and syntax planning in learners’ effort in the teaching process. Language is another minimum core skill which can be demonstrated using speaking and listening skills for delivering the teaching and learning approaches for effective learning of students and meeting the individual demands of the learners (Bezanilla, et. al., 2019). The numeracy minimum core skill can be used in the assessing process of teaching and learning approaches in the carrying out calculations, measurements, evaluations and interpretations of the projects of learners can be assessed to evaluate the effectiveness of the learning approaches used for individuals learners to make them understand the various educational concepts using the effective described approaches based on person desires of learners.
The report concludes the various aspects of coaching, knowledge and estimation in education and guidance. The assignment concludes the duties and tasks in respective process of leraning along with teaching role’s relationship with other professionals. The individual needs and wants of the learners are addressed in the report for enhancing quality, diversity and effectiveness in the described process. The planning and promotional activities for meeting the individual needs of learners are concluded. The efficiency of lessons and erudition methods along with remuneration and boundaries of interactions and medium are concluded for effective learning through meeting individual needs of learners teaching process.
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