Availability accessibility acceptability adaptability. You will be encouraged to reflect upon your professional behaviour as a teacher and to consider how these issues might impact upon current practices in your classroom and in your school.
Expect that they will be able to teach in an orderly and cooperative environment.
List your rights and the corresponding duties and obligations as a teacher. Duties and responsibilities of a teacher. As well as the responsibilities outlined above you also have rights. The classroom teacher engages in critical reflection and inquiry in order to improve knowledge and skills to effectively.
The classroom teacher classification comprises two salary ranges range 1 and range 2. To have expert knowledge of the subject area. Are the provisions in sections 22 and 23 teachers rights or privileges.
Teachers have a right to. Batas pambansa blg 232 list your rights and the corresponding duties and obligations as a teacher rights obligations 1. To pursue relevant opportunities to grow professionally and keep up to date about the current knowledge and research in the subject area.
Teachers have the right to be protected against discrimination on the basis of prejudice as to race religious beliefs colour gender sexual orientation gender identity gender expression physical characteristics disability marital status family status age ancestry place of origin place of residence socioeconomic background or linguistic background and have the responsibility to refrain from practising these forms of discrimination in their professional duties. The primary focus of the classroom teacher is on the planning preparation and teaching of programs to achieve specific student outcomes. What can be some reasons behind this limit on teaching hours.
At first this may involve a teacher remaining with you in the classroom. The obligations related to each of the essential features of the right to education are categorised under four areas. Knowledge of the subject.
Your school or college owes you a duty to provide effective support and training. Teacher and school staff including food services maintenance and operations office and clerical paraeducators special services and administration enjoy a number of rights pertaining to their employment including recognition of certain freedoms prohibition against certain forms of disrimination and significant protections against dismissal from their position. What is and is not reasonable for parents and students to ask for in relation to schooling.
This includes adequate classroom supervision dependent on your level of experience. Expect student to follow reasonable instructions given by teachers in the performance of their duties. We will also consider the rights and responsibilities of students parents caregivers and teachers.
In this lesson we will discuss the legal responsibilities of classroom teachers. Guidelines primarily the teacher s role is to be mindful of the educational interests of her students. Actual classroom teaching a day should not exceed six 6 hours.
Educational institutions and facilities have to be available in sufficient quantity buildings sanitation facilities for both sexes safe drinkable water trained teachers receiving domestically competitive salaries teaching materials.