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advisory teacher role

Discussion in 'Professional development' started by haley1, May 16, 2007.

  1. Hi there, I am completing my final module for my foundation degree, it is about multi agency working, can someone give me a definition of an advisory teachers role please, something brief? I just can't sum it up! having a mental block, and if anyone would like to do the same for an E.P that would be fab!

    Thanks guys!
     
  2. Hi there, I am completing my final module for my foundation degree, it is about multi agency working, can someone give me a definition of an advisory teachers role please, something brief? I just can't sum it up! having a mental block, and if anyone would like to do the same for an E.P that would be fab!

    Thanks guys!
     
  3. Hi Haley1,
    I am an advisory teacher. I work in a children's centre on a part time basis. My role is to support nursery staff to provide quality educational provision. I spend 18 hours a week modelling how to plan for the curriculum, interact with children, deliver adult initiated activities, provide for child initiated learning, and a lot more besides!!!.

    The idea is that I provide nursery nurses/assistants/volunteers with the skills provided to continue to ensure that good practice exists, on a full time basis.

    Some of my time is spent supporting parents and establishing links with local schools. This includes planning and delivering local cluster meetings and holding curriculum workshops for parents.

    I hope that this helps. Good luck with your degree!
     
  4. Hello, that sounds like a interesting job. How did you get that? I've been out of teaching for 3 years. ( moved to Australia, have 2 young children etc.) I'm looking at other jobs within teaching, but would like to do something a little different. I'm still living in melbourne at the moment, but will be returning to the UK in about 18 months, really stuggling to decide what to do.
     
  5. in our area
    an advisory teacher
    provides specialist support for pupils/schools/teachers and other educational settings wrt meeting the needs of the pupil and any barriers to learning he/she may have.
    They provide INSET sessions wrt particular needs e.g. sensory impairment/EAL/ASD. Discuss progress of ouil with teacher. Support disfferent assessment processes (sometimes modelling diff assessments/ share completion of PIVATS. Model lessons/startegies, cross servive referrals. Write reports on individula pupils provifding examples of suitable targets
    Hope this helps
     
  6. I have just taken on a role as advisory teacher and would like to have more information on the type of things you might have provided for the center.

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