Describe What Your Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries Would Be as a Teacher in Terms of the Teaching/Training Cycle.

Describe what your role, responsibilities and boundaries would be as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle.

Roles, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher on lifelong learning are going to cover any class and teaching position I may come across. What will be important is that one is consistent from the conception of the teaching plan, its design and delivery, through to assessment and evaluation. Endeavouring to do these thoroughly will ensure that students receive clear, concise instruction which is enjoyable and assimilated.

Teachers must aware of the needs of the employer to ensure content delivery. For the student, considering their needs, learning styles, educational experience and motivation to learn. Teachers must develop and deliver a lesson that will engage the students helping them to grasp what needs to be learned, enjoying the experience and environment. During training it’s important to evaluate the quality of the delivery, its substance and the way that it impacts on those attending. Is it delivered effectively so that it is grasped? Does it stimulate learning? If the lesson is faltering it’s imperative that there is flexibility enough to adapt the teaching to needs so that students gain from the best approach. On completion it is important to assess that what was intended to be taught is assessed. This information and that which the trainer gathers during sessions is an invaluable resource to be used to better prepare for future training.
The teacher is responsible for creating a program that caters for the needs of each student attending in the circumstances they are in regarding educational experience, motivation and learning styles and one must plan the instruction around these circumstances ensuring that length, content and resources are ascertained. Presenting the session the teacher is again responsible to see that it is grasped by everyone adapting where necessary to ensure that learners are properly taught and have...