Roles and Responsibilities in Lifelong Learning
As a teacher I have roles, responsibilities and boundaries affecting my learners, which I aim to explore using the various pieces of legislation, regulations and codes of practice, then analyse my own experience and reflective ideas.
According to Gravells (2011) my main role is to teach my subject “in a way that actively involves and engages (my) learners during every session…motivating them…(managing) the learning process…assess their progress, give relevant feedback and keep appropriate records”. In addition, the author describes boundaries as “the constraints you might be under as a teacher (and) the negative aspects to your roles and responsibilities”. In …show more content…
I feel the Institute for Learning is a good method for professionals to stay within their own learning/teaching cycle by offering and actively encouraging the use of Continuing Professional Development to achieve better standards in teaching. They have also established the Code of Professional Practice, covering professional integrity; respect; reasonable care; professional practice; criminal offence