Review what your Role,Responsibilities and Boundaries as a Teacher would be in terms of the teacher Training cycle

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 Review what your Role,Responsibilities and Boundaries as a Teacher would be in terms of the teacher Training cycle.

Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries as a Teacher would be in terms of the teacher Training cycle. The teaching training cycle places the teacher’s roles and responsibilities into the subsections above. This is supported by Wilson (2009:15) who states that “Teaching and learning should be a structured process, teaching follows a cycle and the teacher should make use of this cycle to ensure achievement.” Other variations of the cycle exist, such as that used by the Florida Centre For Instructional Technology (2001), theirs being a nine stage cycle, sharing the theme of the example above but subdividing the steps further. No matter which cycle used, the ability to start at any point within the cycle allows the teacher to assess and improve a course on a continuing basis.

Identifying Needs

“You will need to identify the learning needs, styles, aspirations and potential of your learners. What they expect to learn may not be what you expect them to learn” Gravells, (2008. 37). There are many ways of assessing the needs of learners, application forms, observation, questions or even information pre-supplied by companies or organisations. Within my own industry (HGV driver training), it is often very difficult to get this information as companies often wish to just ‘chuck’ employees on a course as required by legislation.

Review what your Role,Responsibilities and Boundaries as a Teacher would be in terms of the teacher Training cycle.

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