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

Teaching is a very important and it is an evolving profession. My role as a teacher would be to follow the training cycle which could be started by planning, identifying needs, delivering and reviewing a training or course. Geoff, P. (2009) state that the learning process is cyclic, and can go on and on indefinitely whether consciously or not, virtually all successful learning from experience follows the cycle. The impact of a teacher’s role is positive in a learner’s life.
My roles and responsibilities as a teacher are to teach everybody without discrimination to race, gender, disability and cultural background. I would work according to each individuals level of understanding, communicating and assist them in their learning to progress their capabilities and strengths at a pace in which they will feel comfortable. They will also feel empowered and built their knowledge to a higher level of learning. I would steadily guide them in their learning cycle so that they would gain confidence in themselves to achieve a certain degree of their learning. As Wilson, L. (2009) said teaching and learning should be a structured process, teaching will follow a cycle and the teacher makes use of this to ensure achievement.

In my Health and Social Care professional role I will be teaching   individuals to all age group starting from carer, senior carer, team leader, deputy manager, manager and service users. They will be from all kinds of different needs and backgrounds. I have to be critically aware when I am teaching as there could be some challenging learners especially service users who suffer from mental health, challenging behaviour, brain injuries and learning disabilities.   As a teacher I will have a responsibility to prepare for lessons and to make sure that the learners have been fully inducted and introduced to each other by the activity of an...