describe how a learning support practitioner may contribute to the planning,delivery and review of learning activities
A learning support practitioner or teaching assistant could contribute to the planning of an activity simply by an informal discussion with the teacher about what weekly and daily activities will be taking place. [ [ This form of planning is known as short term and would be the most likely that a teaching assistant would be involved in. The teacher may put some time aside to discuss each week?s
activities with the teaching assistant. This would allow for any suggestions to be made on how to improve or change things. Teaching assistants should have a clear understanding of the learning objective for each activity and know what they should be doing to help the children achieve this. ]
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