Review Your Role, Responsibilities and Boundaries as a Teacher in Terms of the Teaching/Training Cycle.

Review your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher in terms of the teaching /training cycle.

My role and responsibilities as a teacher are to ensure that the aims and learning outcomes are achieved by my learners. The five processes in the teaching cycle are Identifying needs, Planning/Designing, Facilitating, Assessing and Evaluating.
“Teaching and learning should be a structured process, teaching will follow a cycle and the teacher make use of this to ensure achievement” (Wilson, 2009, pg 15).
I make it a point of duty to firstly have an induction session as a way of introduction of the course. I obtain necessary information which will help to identify the learning needs and respond quickly to any difficulties encountered by individuals and a group of learners. This has helped me in providing personalised learning by offering support for those who require special educational needs or disability.   Information is given to learners on location of fire exits, disabled facilities and toilets. Risk assessment is conducted and reviewed regularly to ensure that the learning environment is safe, secured and conducive to learners.
Identifying the learners’ needs forms the basis for curriculum planning and provision of appropriate resources required to make learning effective. I plan and design the scheme of work, lesson plans as well as the use of appropriate teaching methods with flexibility in the planning to adapt to circumstance, which provides opportunities to sustain a successful leaning environment. ). I realised the importance of a good knowledge of the subject with the use of resource materials needed to enhance learning and also using appropriate teaching/ learning aids such as visual and audio aids as required for teaching.
I help to reduce tension with an ice -breaker exercise such as raising a recent topic in the current affairs or any general topic that might be of interest to the learners, all learners are encouraged to participate in...