Justify the Need for Keeping Records and Describe the Types of Records You Would Maintain

Accurate records that are taken through out a course enable the teacher and learner to continually assess the effectiveness of the teacher/learner relationship.
Records indicate whether pupils are learning what they are being taught and their progression with the course, records can tell you which learners may need a little more help, and whether a teacher needs to refine any aspects of their teaching.
Maintaining attendance records can give an idea of where learners may fall behind through their learning.
Being able to identify learners attendance can indicate problems which may benefit from referral to other professional bodies, or a learner may be unhappy with the teaching style or the course they have chosen.
As well as a register a tracking sheet of all learners names, forming columns starting with a date, the assessment and a column for a pass or refer, in hairdressing you are competent or not yet competent.
These tracking sheets are recorded and form part of the learner’s portfolio along with any practical tasks and also a guide for the learners to follow through their course.
Assessment enables identification of any special needs that may require more attention through targets set for improvement to progress more effectively with the course.
Different assessment types will be covered in assignment 7 in greater depth.
When learners begin their course its good for them to have their own individual learning plan (ILP, REFER TO ASSIGNMENT 7) as a teacher its good to have our own individual teaching plan.
A session plan should relate to the scheme of work, it helps to record your aims and objectives, assessment activities and self evaluation. It can also help to assess your learners.
As a teacher my responsibility is teach and guide and assess my learners. Records can be used as a guide for learners focusing on their learning strengths and weaknesses, where they do well or could do better.
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