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THE Presentedby

RESPONSIBILITIE NadineDandashly

S OF TEACHERS
OUTLINE
1. What is expected from you as a teacher?
2. The Role of the Teacher in
Purposeful Learning
1. WHAT IS EXPECTED
FROM YOU AS A
TEACHER?
- The Role of the Teacher with the Administration
a) Coordinators:
-Coordination sessions
-Departmental Meetings

b) Supervisors/Head of Department
General Meetings
1.WHAT IS EXPECTED
FROM YOU AS A
TEACHER?
The Role of the teacher with the:
-Colleagues
-Parents
TEACHERS AND TEACHER
ASSISTANTS
WORKING RELATIONSHIP: GENERAL
RESPONSIBILITIES

Inherent in the School Act and Special Education Policy, Procedures


and Guidelines is the teachers responsibility for designing,
implementing, and evaluating the educational program, and the
teacher assistants role to assist teachers in this responsibility.
TEACHERS AND TEACHER
ASSISTANTS
WORKING RELATIONSHIP: GENERAL
RESPONSIBILITIES
Both the teacher and the teacher assistant facilitate the inclusion
of students with special needs.
It is their joint role to encourage the student to become an
independent learner and member of the classroom, school, and
community.
In order to foster a co-operative, respectful working relationship,
teacher assistants need
to be aware of those responsibilities that are specific to teachers.
TEACHERS AND TEACHER
ASSISTANTS
WORKING RELATIONSHIP: GENERAL
RESPONSIBILITIES
To provide effective support for students with special needs,
teachers and teacher assistants work together and share
responsibility to:
-Develop a positive, respectful working relationship.
-Meet standards of professional and ethical conduct in relation to
students, parents, and colleagues.
Advocate for conditions of success for students with special
needs.
Advocate for the protection of the legal and human rights of
students and their families.
Follow guidelines established by the school/district to protect
the safety and well being of children and youth.
Maintain positive, supportive, professional relationships within
the education community.
1.WHAT IS EXPECTED
FROM YOU AS A
TEACHER?
Other Roles
2. THE ROLE OF
THE TEACHER IN
PURPOSEFUL
CLARIFYING OBJECTIVES
Setting realistic goals
Identification and clarification of associated
objectives:
knowledge
skills
dispositions
MOTIVATING
STUDENTS
manipulating materials and activities to arouse interest
engaging in goal setting procedure with the students
manipulating rewards and competition
providing knowledge of progress
SUPPLYING A MODEL
persons as role models
verbal descriptions
audio visual models
supplying a working model to eliminate needless trial
and error
SEQUENCING THE
SUBJECT MATTER
logical organization
psychological organization to facilitate learning
GUIDING INITIAL
TRIALS
establishment of correct responses
avoidance of habitual errors
aids pupil in understanding nature of satisfactory
performance
MANAGING PRACTICE
EFFECTIVELY
laboratory and clinical experiences
not merely repeating same exercise
essential to goal attainment in psycho-motor and
cognitive areas
a teacher can manipulate whole-part approaches
HELPING STUDENTS
APPLY KNOWLEDGE
many specific examples
skillful use of non-examples to evaluate transfer
PROVIDING FOR
INDIVIDUAL
DIFFERENCES
group students by ability
improving materials
sequencing the instruction
ASSESSING STUDENT
WORK
help in reinforcing desirable learning
provide encouragement
provide yardstick to measure goals
PROVIDING FOR
RECALL
systematic review
elicit this review from students
EVALUATING STUDENT
PERFORMANCE
establish policy
set criteria
make criteria public
assign grades