GTCNI COMPETENCES PDF

teacher competences and attributes which underpin professional excellence. The .. 6 GTCNI Review of Teacher Competences Structured Questionnaire Use of a Range of Strategies and Resources. Differentiation Strategies. 14, Motivation Strategies. ICT Strategies and Resources. 11, Field Trips. Hagan, Martin () Developing teacher competence and professionalism in. Northern Ireland: an analysis of ‘Teaching: the reflective profession’ (GTCNI.

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General Teaching Council Northern Ireland

Teachers will create and maintain a safe, interactive and challenging learning environment, with appropriate clarity of purpose for activities. Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understanding of strategies for communicating effectively with pupils, parents, colleagues and personnel from relevant child and school support agencies.

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Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understanding of the statutory framework pertaining to education and schooling and their specific responsibilities emanating from it. Privacy Notice Update Protecting your personal information Please click the button below to view.

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Computer Cmopetences in UK Education – gtcnu evolving strategy. Hospitality Register April-Sept Teachers will plan for out-of-school learning, including school visits and field work, where appropriate. Fairtrade at St Mary’s. Primary – Irish Medium. Initial Teacher Education Policies. The tutors in the Education Department form a highly enthusiastic team and are always seeking ways to enhance the experience and learning of our teacher education students. Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understanding of the factors that promote and hinder effective learning, and be aware of the need to provide for the holistic development of the child.

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Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understanding of their responsibilities under the Special Educational Needs Code of Practice and know the features of the most common special needs and appropriate strategies to address these. Teachers will, when appropriate, deploy, organise and guide competdnces work of other adults to support pupils’ learning. Global Dimension Online Course.

Partnership for School Experience. Teachers will contribute to the life and development of the school, collaborating with teaching and support staff, parents and external agencies. Questionnaire — Tell us what do you think? Irish Medium Education Team.

Teachers will assess the levels of pupils’ attainment against relevant benchmarking data and understand the relationship between pupil assessment and target setting. Information Technology in Special Education book chapter. Digest of Statistics Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understanding of the interrelationship between schools and cmopetences communities they serve, and the potential for mutual development and well-being.

Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understanding of how to use technology effectively, both to aid pupil comletences and to support their professional role, and compstences this competence embeds across all of the competences.

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Competence Research – General Teaching Council For Northern Ireland

Among Schoolchildren – Seamus Heaney. Designed and Developed by i3 Digital. Events 05 – compeyences This page is under development and more research will be added on an ongoing basis. Teachers will focus on assessment for learning by monitoring pupils’ progress, giving constructive feedback to help pupils reflect on and improve their learning.

Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understanding of curriculum development processes, including planning, implementation and evaluation.

In the Education Department we are committed to the view of education as a powerful and positive influence on personal development and community well-being. Teachers will have developed a knowledge and understanding of a range of strategies to promote and maintain positive behaviour, including an acknowledgement of pupil voice, to establish an effective learning environment. Global Dimension in Education.

Report of a Survey clmpetences English as an Additional Language. Researching creatively with pupils in Assessment for Learning AfL classrooms on experiences of participation and consultation. We believe that education is most effective when students participate actively in their own learning and engage in critical reflection on their competence.