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Ptlls Review What Your Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries as a Teacher Would Be...
Review what your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher would be in terms of the teacher/ cookery cycle. The key role of a teacher is to ensure students scholarship, serving as a templet to access the process of culture, with an overall responsibility to help them strike their goals and objectives. From this overarching role of learning facilitator (Reece and Walker, 2003), several other roles and concomitant responsibilities obtain as we progress through the five stages of the teacher/training cycle. Identifying needs: with any new student it is vital to be their abilities such as literacy and numeracy, and whether at that place are any gaps or needs where additional support might be essential to help them achieve, giving rise to the roles of assessor and interviewer. The teacher has a responsibility to assess as much whether the student is on the right course for them as whether they have the necessary readiness sets to be able to do it and the mental ability to be able to cope with it. Planning and designing learning: in order to provide relevant and up to date learning and supporting materials, the teacher will need to act as researcher, developer and producer to ensure both availability and variety of user-friendly resources, all while staying current with the curriculum and any sheath specific advances. Delivering: in addition to the obvious role as deliverer of the