Teachers are fundamental figures in a child's developmental stages. Teachers educate and guide children in their knowledge, competences and values from the age of four. Teaching young people may be carried out in an informal setting, including home schooling or youth work, as well as in the traditional formal classroom where being a teacher requires the right qualifications and skill sets. Teaching is the process of helping individuals, in particular children, learn specific things by delivering teaching material and sharing expert knowledge of how to do something. Teaching is focused on stimulating psychological and intellectual growth of an individual or group of individuals by another person that possesses expert knowledge in that field. Teaching can be seen as an instructor-centered activity or a learner-centered activity. An instructor-centered activity focuses on knowledge being transmitted by an individual in a position of expertise to novice beginners. Learner-centered activity is focused on supporting and guiding novice individuals in their independent creation of new knowledge.
E-Careers offer a number of online teacher training courses which provide a route for individuals to work in Special Educational Needs (SEN) and as a teaching assistant, as well as enable existing professional up-skill their existing level of knowledge. Online teacher training courses include:
A set of Teaching Assistant learning resources that are designed to support your journey in the teaching industry.
Create and maintain a stimulating learning environment for children to explore and thrive in with this course that will give you in-depth knowledge.
This in-depth online learning package has been carefully designed for current or aspiring Teaching Assistants who are interested in working with pupils with special educational needs.
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After the advice given by the Government, NHS and WHO, we have taken the appropriate measures to ensure the safety of all our delegates attending our classrooms and events. This has been, and always will be, our number one priority.
We wanted to reassure you that all our scheduled classrooms and events will still be running. However, we will be now be offering them Virtually.
This decision to move all learning to Virtual and to offer support remotely has been taken to protect delegates and trainers. This allows delegates to continue their learning and for trainers to maintain the same level of service.
Because the situation is changing daily, we will do our best to provide you with the most up-to-date information, and this will be communicated via our website or email.
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