Lynn Marie Dempsey 09/03/15
TDA 2.6 Help improve own and team practice in schools
Module's 1,2 and 4 must be assessed in real work environment by a vocationally competent assessor.
3 Understand the work of the team
3.1 Describe why team work is important in schools
As in all sectors teamwork is an important factor to any role. Within a school it is even more important to express a positive attitude towards teamwork as we must remember we are setting examples for the children on how we are all expected to behave, so by displaying teamwork and supporting our colleagues we are promoting demonstrating a mutual feeling of respect for others which children will learn is the acceptable way in which to behave both now and in the future. Working as part of a strong constructive team has many benefits not only to the staff but also the children. It is also important to know the roles of others you work with and who you are to liaise with for any technical or personal issue you may encounter.
expands knowledge and experience
creates more idea's
displays a positive attitude to children
builds stronger relationships
offers a secure friendly environment
shows that you support others
shows respect for others
decrease work loads
3.2 Describe the purpose and objectives of the team in which they work. The purpose and objective in the team of which I work is to ensure we provide a safe and friendly learning environment in which all children feel comfortable and confident in. This also applies to staff, we all work hard as a team to trust and support each other in all tasks and day to day duties. We ensure that every child is given the best support to enable them to reach their full potential, we reward the children for work well done and to build their confidence and self...
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