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  1. roles, responsabilities and relationships in lifelong learning

    legislation and codes of practice within his/her place of employmend. This means that is my responsability to understand and implement the current legislation of codes of practice, to protect the students and myself in the teaching environment. The key aspects of current legislative requirement relevant in...

  2. Roles and Responsibilities in Life Long Learningg

    considered in my role as a tutor. The generic legislation and codes of practice are encompassed within Write- Traks specific policies and procedures and codes of practice which I adhere to in my everyday working environment, such as Child Protection, Health and Safety, Equal opportunities, Anti-bullying...

  3. LEGAL WORK

    environmental protection • issues of compliance and non-compliance • the impact of changing values and ethical standards on environmental protection • the role of law reform in protecting the global environment • the effectiveness of legal and non-legal responses in protecting the environment...

  4. roles and responsibilities

    agree the codes of practice and maintain a safe environment. These set of standard highlight that every learner should be included and given a equal chance to succeed and progress. There are many Legislations and codes of Practice that play a vital role in teaching. Here are a few important ones...

  5. Unit One

    needs of learners (AC 1.4) * the boundaries between your own role as a teacher and other professional roles in lifelong learning (AC2.1) and your possible relationships between teaching roles and other professional roles (AC2.3) | Assignment Part 4 : Maintaining a purposeful environment where...

  6. Roles Responsibilities and Relationships in Lifelong Learning

    Roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning First of all, as a teacher in the Lifelong Learning Sector I make sure that I know and I explain to my students all the rules and laws. 1.1 I start to explain the key aspect of Legislation. There is a set of Legislative Act that...

  7. Economics Summary

    • Australia’s policies regarding free trade and protection • the implications of Australia’s policies for individuals, firms and governments • implications for Australia of protectionist policies of other countries and international organisations. 10.3 HSC Topic Three — Economic Issues Students...

  8. Policies

    non- stereotypical roles, and the diversity of race, culture and religion. The above points are a summary of the policies that should be followed by the parents, carers, students, supervisors, cleaners and all the people that have to do with the setting. Children deserve the best possible care...

  9. Fst01

    for Fair Business Practices. 5. Discuss the responsibilities of consumers. 6. Explain the role of advertisement in Consumer Protection. SCQ: Answer any four questions in about 50 words each. ( 4 × 5= 20) 1. Consumer Dynamics 2. Public Distribution System(PDS) 3...

  10. Ptlls Unit 001

    the Data Protection Act (1998) as obviously I will have access to students' personal data, such as full names,.. Boundaries of teaching. This is broken into 5 different areas- knowing where your role as a teacher stops! The boundaries are: Identifying needs…(Demands of managers, expectations of...

  11. UNDERSTAND OWN ROLES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND RELATIONSHIP IN LIFELONG LEARNING

    skills, help students take more chances in pursuing their goals. Here are some ways to create a safe supportive learning environment for your students: Build a strong classroom community The adult education classroom can play an important role in helping students build stronger and larger...

  12. Level 4 Ptlls Reoles, Responsibilities and Relationships

    , rules, protocol etc instead of just allowing freedom to learn and develop. But these rules are here for our guidance and protection. I aim to ensure that the student and I are in a comfortable, relaxed, quiet environment. As I tutor mainly under 16’s, a parent needs to be in the home whilst I...

  13. Relationships Roles and Responsibilities in Pttls

    , consistent with the Data Protection Act(2003) Implication of policy and procedure outside the classroom and on classroom practice This professional code of conduct impacts greatly on teache’rs behaviour outside the classroom. It puts a duty on teachers to act as role models for their students. More...

  14. Teacher's Role and Responsibilities

    important part in the teaching of lifelong learning sector. Legislations protect the health and safety of learners and teachers. They also equality and ensure confidentiality through data protection. Teachers must conform to legislations, regulations and code of conducts relating to their role. Let...

  15. The Roles and Responsibilities of the Teacher

    model, a good listener and public speaker. Teachers also play a vital role in pastoral care and safeguarding students. This role includes: sharing relevant information regarding the protection of learners with other professionals should concerns arise, complying with the Data Protection Act ensuring...

  16. Ptlls L 4 Q 1

    tool what can be taken into consideration as a guideline or aid when working as a teacher/trainer. All of its steps are clearly identifying those points what are important in teaching. - Identifying needs: The course or the students require any special needs, learning style. What are the student’s...

  17. Teacher's Role and Responsibilities

    important part in the teaching of lifelong learning sector. Legislations protect the health and safety of learners and teachers. They also equality and ensure confidentiality through data protection. Teachers must conform to legislations, regulations and code of conducts relating to their role. Let...

  18. Edutopia

    social norms; the likely consequences of taking alternative courses of action; evaluation and reflection These five core social and emotional competencies help not only create a safer and happier environment it will in turn improve student scores because the students and teachers will now be able to...

  19. Teacher's Role and Responsibilities

    important part in the teaching of lifelong learning sector. Legislations protect the health and safety of learners and teachers. They also equality and ensure confidentiality through data protection. Teachers must conform to legislations, regulations and code of conducts relating to their role. Let...

  20. Roles and Responsibilty of Teacher

    Roles and Responsibly and Relationships in the Lifelong Learning Aims and Objectives of Assignment: Some of the important objectives of this assignment are: * To learn about legislation, regulations and code of practice with in the circle of teacher’s role and responsibilities. * To...

  21. Roles and Responisibilities

    maintenance of a working environment for his employees that is, so far as is reasonably practicable, safe, without risks to health, and adequate as regards facilities and arrangements for their welfare at work. 2. I must also ensure that whilst I am in class I respect student confidentiality and provide...

  22. principle of assessment in lifelong learning

    teaching role. Being a teacher can be challenging and demanding at times and other time it can be very rewarding, especially when you can see the achievements of your students. Your role and responsibilities will vary depending on the students and the teaching environment. A few examples of roles and...

  23. Montessori Classroom

    form it. They become incarnate” (p. 264). Montessori discovered that young children are capable of remarkable learning if they are given the proper environment. She believed that a child’s education has three equally important components: the teacher, the student, and the environment. The...

  24. Mr C Thomas

    progress reviews and reports. Motivation and keeping students engaged is the key in the learning environment, and it is the teacher’s role to achieve and maintain this. Extrinsic motivation is important, students gain motivation when given recognition of their achievements, and gaining the reward be it...

  25. the purpose of the internet

    Provide a short introduction to roles, responsibilities and relationships in lifelong learning for new entrants to your profession’ In this assignment I will explore the role, responsibilities and the building of relationships as a teacher of I.T. to adults in a college environment, a career which...

  26. Nursing Professional Development: Roles and Accountabilities

    evidence-based practice, practice-based evidence, change, communication, leadership, and education. NPD specialists work in a variety of practice settings and environments of care. Some are in colleges and universities and facilitate the learning experiences of student nurses. Others work in clinical...

  27. Assesment 2

    language which is discriminatory, judgemental or offensive. Confidentiality of the matters discussed between teacher and student is essential as well as protection of private information provided by students. Also, teacher should keep some distance and not come to close and get involved in student’s...

  28. Duty of Care

    delivery I choose to accommodate. I would refer to the policy in my role, as a back ground of protection and knowledge to ensure I do not possibly become compliant throughout continuous years of practising in my teaching role. This will ensure that the students safety and wellbeing will not be...

  29. Sturcture of a School

    teacher is the students in the classroom; the teacher must assure that they follow the criteria for every child matters and child protection. The teacher monitors and tracks every child’s individual progress and also keep parents involved and informed of their child’s development. To implicate the...

  30. Privacy and Safety

    Privacy and safety: “Why “In loco parentis”—meaning in place of the parents. Teachers fill this role daily for their students. In this role, teachers and school officials are responsible for their pupils during the school day. We are de facto parents for the majority of day for our students...