Teacher's Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries 2

Teacher's Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries 2

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  • Date Submitted: 06/06/2010 1:53 PM
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Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle.

Within this essay I am going to introduce, discuss and outline the teacher training cycle. My roles and responsibilities as a teacher are to teach everybody without discrimination to race, gender, disability or background and to work with each of the individuals’ level and to assist them in their learning to progress their capabilities and strengths at a pace in which they will feel comfortable.

If for example I have students within the construction industry that cannot carry out a task which may be normal to others I would identify their needs and be able to assist them in a way that they would feel comfortable and at ease.

I would steadily guide them in their learning cycle so that they would find confidence in themselves to achieve a certain degree in that subject. This could be made clear to the student with an actual on site demonstration or assisting the student while they carry out the task themselves to give them a more hands on approach. This can be very helpful to pinpoint who needs extra help within that subject.

In my professional role as a construction industry trainer I will be teaching young adults from the age of 18 years old with all kinds of different needs and backgrounds. As a teacher I will have a responsibility to prepare for lessons and to make sure that the students have been fully inducted and introduced to each other by the activity of an icebreaker

The students will also be issued with the correct PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) and made aware of all the health and safety procedures for both classroom and onsite tuition. They will also need to fully understand all the ground rules and boundaries that have been set out for each lesson and that the students have clear view of their aims and objectives for each session.

It is crucial to me that I also have a good understanding of...

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