Unit 008 Ptlls
2267 words 10 pagesYour main role as a teacher should be to teach in a way that involves and engages your student every session. You should also make sure that each individual is learning with consistent assessing of their progress and keeping records of this, to help we have a teaching and learning cycle (Gravells, A. 2012).
The teaching and learning cycle
This is called a cycle as you may start at any point and continue but all of the points must be completed to be successful. The five points are: * Identify needs * Planning * Facilitate * Assess * Quality assurance and evaluate
Identify needs: …show more content…
You will then be able to give feedback in a constructive manner which will help your learners.
The assessment and assignment material will usually come from the awarding body, in which case the results/assignments may be sent to them, or an awarding body verifier may come to check, this is another reason why records must be kept, because if any of the learners work goes missing there would be no record of the work been completed. Internal verifiers may also check your assessing results for learners to make sure you are keeping within the guidelines on been fair to every individual, records of this will also be kept including dates, times and by whom.
Quality assurance and evaluate: Good ground rules should be established straight away to create a safe and pleasant teaching and learning environment, this can give you consistency in delivering the best possible sessions. You will need to keep yourself up to date with all the latest information on teaching, teacher training days, update courses and updates sent by post or email, if you are part of any organisations will do this. Keeping yourself up to date and following relevant codes of practice will ensure the best possible sessions and courses are delivered; every course must be evaluated by your learners which will enable you to improve your teaching and delivery of the next course. ‘Obtaining feedback from your students in different ways: for