Throughout a learning programme it is the responsibility of a Learning Support Assistant to supervise and monitor students in the learning environment and outside of the learning environment if this is necessary. This can be done in many different ways depending on the students’ needs and disabilities. Some students need the support from an Learning Support Assistant by having the task or assignment that they are working on read to them, sometimes more than once so that they actually understand what they need to do, others need to have their notes taken down for them because they struggle to take all of the notes themselves, they should always be encouraged to take their own notes even if they do not get them all. You may …show more content…
Some students needs notes taken down but you should always encourage them to try and take their own notes and this can be noted if they are unwilling to take their own notes, you also need to keep track of a student’s attendance so that if it suddenly deteriorates then the tutor or cast tutor can find out why this is happening. Some students will need different coloured paper when doing tests or they will need coloured overlay this is because some students have high lens syndrome. We do this because we are expected to give the student the correct level of support. Students will get asked questions about what they have learnt at the end of some lessons, to ensure that they have understood and learnt correctly, this is important so that the Learning Support Assistant and the tutor can go forward.
There are certain activities that can engage and motivate the learner, this could be cube which gets passed to different students and there is a question on the side of the cube that they have to ask, also reward cards are used this would be if a student has worked well and remained focused then they would get a reward for that. Also some students are encouraged to use a Blurt book this is where the student can write something down as soon as they think of something so that they do not forget what they have thought
Another technique I learned is to create good classroom procedures and rules. Having good procedures and rules will allow the students to know what I expect in the classroom and the class will run fluently. I also learned about motivation in students. We discussed certain strategies that we can use as an educator to increase motivation in the classroom. Some strategies that I will use in my classroom are; to use rewards sparingly, make my students feel welcomed, be positive, use praise orally, promote mastery learning, and use clear and constructive
I have been working in the Accounts Receivable workflow of the Revenue Collections Division at the SP 05 level since January 2013 until present. During my time as a Collections Officer, I have been responsible for administering and enforcing the Income Tax Act, and Excise Tax Act, as well as following policies and procedures to resolve account balances for GST, paydac, corporate, and personal accounts. In order to effectively work the accounts assigned to me I conduct field calls to interview clients, their representative(s) and other third parties to establish intentions of resolving debt, assess lifestyle and/or address compliance issues. I also review, analyze, and examine financial information for businesses or individuals when requested
When I first joined the care home, on my first day at work, I was given my job description along with the induction book and folder to be completed within the 6 weeks before my first supervision with the line manager. In my job description, I have been explained what is expected by the company from me, and how to work alongside with the Care Quality Commission standards, and company policies and procedures. My responsibilities towards my job has been described and I had to shadow one of the staff on the floor to get more familiar with my work and to learn their ways and techniques of work and to adapt to their ways of working. During the induction period health and safety, food hygiene information, help and support, guidelines in regarding
Introduction: Client My patient, MG was a 72-year-old female who came to the emergency department because of a fall in her bathroom. Her admitting diagnosis was a right hip fracture. Other concurrent health challenges she had were: hypertension (HTN), high cholesterol, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and chronic kidney disease (CKD). MG was a full code status with no known food or drug allergies.
I have been involved in a number of activities in my placement at Wright Chambers, mostly to do with criminal matters rather than civil. I have accompanied Nick and a client to the Hindley Street Police Station. We met with Nick’s client and the client’s wife outside of the station and Nick gave him some brief directions about not saying anything, even if he believed it would help his situation. Remembering Kay Lauchland’s reading, I tried to establish a rapport with the pair, and build client comfort. Nick left the three of us for some time, and I spoke to the pair at some length.
They prepare lessons for a range of abilities within the classroom and also meet with parents to keep them up to date with how they the children are progressing with their education and behaviour. The teaching assistants role is to work closely with the class teacher and help any pupils that need additional support. They will carry out any specific duties that are outlined in the pupil 's Individual Learning Plan (IEP) and provide feedback about pupil 's difficulties or progress to the class teacher.
As a result, it becomes difficult to hold the attention of the pupils and they lose interest. To overcome this, the teaching assistants should ensure that they follow the planning of the teacher and make necessary adaptations to the activity. It may also happen that the teaching assistants are not sure how to support the activity or might not be confident with the subject due to lack of experience. To avoid such a scenario, the teaching assistants should discuss the activity with the teacher beforehand and clarify their
My successful complex higher duties in different business lines demonstrate my ability to adapt quickly to new work environment even at short notice. My current higher duty role expands my perspectives concerning the timely and effective management of mailbox and filing in accordance with business requirements. Often, my responsibilities include other competing priorities such as: preparing, coordinating and compiling documents for our required periodic reports including Senate Estimates briefs coordinate responses to ministerial correspondence. The excellent feedback from managers proves my willingness to take on new tasks with diligence and an ability to work under pressure.
Reflective Practice in the Early Years Tools for Practitioners 1. Introduction “We do not learn from experience... we learn from reflecting on experience.” -John Dewey- You have probably heard the term “reflective practice”, but do you really know what this means?
To become a reflective social work student, I need to be able to undergo self-reflection. This is a process of conducting self-assessment and observation. Gibbs’ Reflective Cycle influence user like myself to self-reflect and more importantly it encourages users to develop an action plan. This enables me to look at my practice and evaluate on the areas I did good and bad. In turn, by taking these experiences into learning I can use them to improve on for the future.
Today, was a slow day. I was helping one of the assistant’s mail documents in the morning and in the afternoon my supervisor, Ashley, gave me file information forms of the clients. I had to organize the documents by file number. I Couldn’t finish all the documents he gave me because there were about five piles of documents that needed to be organized and scanned into the right
Educational Reform In 1647, education first started when the General Court of Massachusetts Bay Colony insisted that there should be an elementary school for each town of fifty families. It wasn’t until the 1840’s all children were able to attend public schools. Lack of focus today is causing students to stress out and study so they can pass their exams without understanding the concept of what is being taught. Although education today lacks some focus and skills it has had the same concept of education from back then to now.
According to Gravells, A, (2010), there are many records that a teacher should maintain; • Accident/incident forms • Action plans • Appeals • Assessment plans • Assessment feedback • Assessment grades • Assessment tracking • Diagnostic test results • Individual learning plans • Initial assessment • Interview records • Learning styles tests • Learning support records • Register • Retention, achievement, and progression records • Record of achievement • Risk assessments • Scheme of work • Session plan • Skills audits • Syllabus or qualification handbook • Tutorial reviews • Verifier and moderator reports • Worksheets It can be said that record keeping is part of a teachers roles and responsibilities but records are also usually kept by an organisation as a requirement of law or codes of practice in the institution or industry. Regarding our organisation we need to keep evidence of all learner’s details, paperwork and assessments for a period of 3 years. This is for audit purposes proving to the awarding bodies that all learners are being challenged adequately and that our paperwork is enough for a learner to gain a new skill.
First off, I would inform them about why it is important to take notes and what classes it proves to be the most beneficial. The next lesson to teach would be what kind of notes to take for every class. I believe every kid should know how to take notes, how to study with your notes, and how to make them the most
Get a binder that keeps everything separate, "Keep homework, tests, and class papers in central location" (10 Tips). It helps the student know exactly where to find something if they need it. Also, old homework and papers so that they can be reused to study for future