Roles & Responsibilities

Part 1: Roles and Responsibilities

For this assignment I am going to talk about Parenting Programmes.   I have delivered this programme twice since completing my training in February 2009.   The programme is delivered in many Surestart Children Centre’s and offers participants the opportunity to look at their own problems from a different view point.   The programme provides a system of family intervention that promotes positive, caring relationships between parents/carers and their children and helps them develop effective management strategies for dealing with a variety of behavioural problems.  

Fawbers,D (2008), p182, suggests “As teachers in the Lifelong Learning Sector, it is important to look at the ways in which we can work towards an inclusive approach in our classrooms and identify the benefits this will bring to all learners.   For inclusion to be successful, it needs to start at the beginning of the learning process, even before the learner has entered the establishment.   Successful organizations are part of the wider social context that they represent and they will have built a relationship with that community which allows them to meet their present and future needs.”

Role, responsibilities and boundaries are key parts of a teacher’s role as an educator, which are used within the assessment framework of a teacher/training cycle.  

According to Marshall, B. (2006), p15, “Perhaps the most important is passing on what they know about a certain area or subject and ensuring that learners have enough practice and motivation to pass the course.”   As a parenting facilitator I will identify the participants needs and abilities through lesson planning, evaluations,   and homework activity sheets.

The teacher has a responsibility to prepare for lessons, make sure they are meaningful and have clear aims and objectives for each session. It is crucial to be a good communicator and to encourage debate within the classroom that...