Canberra Primary School ALLIED EDUCATORS (T & L)

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Canberra Primary School ALLIED EDUCATORS (T & L). Back row left to right: Muhd Isham, Toh Peng Hwee, Janet Voo Front row left to right: Teo Siew Lee, Rozi Abdul, Lee Jun Chien. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


<ul><li><p>Canberra Primary SchoolALLIED EDUCATORS (T &amp; L)</p><p>Back row left to right:Muhd Isham, Toh Peng Hwee, Janet VooFront row left to right:Teo Siew Lee, Rozi Abdul, Lee Jun Chien</p></li><li><p>ALLIED EDUCATORS</p><p>Background</p><p>Allied Educators work with teachers to nurture and develop every child in school by raising the quality of interaction with every child.</p><p>They will support the teachers in the application of innovative pedagogies to instruct and interact with each pupil. </p><p>Helping students to do better!</p><p>We have to take care of their total well-being. Apart from learning academic subjects, they must also pick up life skills and develop positive attitudes in life.</p><p>The allied educators will also build rapport with the pupils to help them improve their self-confidence, self-esteem and sense of independence.</p></li><li><p>Allied Educator (AED) Scheme</p><p>Previous DesignationNew Designation (with effect from 1Jan 09)Full time School Counsellors (FTSCs)Allied Educator (Counselling)Special Needs Officers (SNOs)Allied Educator (Learning and Behavioural Support)Education Associates (EDAs)Allied Educator (Teaching and Learning)</p></li><li><p>Roles and Contributions of the AEDS (Teaching and Learning)Classroom management and behaviour guidanceSupervision of pupilsLearning and remediation SupportDevelopment of learning and teaching resources </p><p>Assist in conducting Social and Emotional Learning ProgrammeEstablish good rapport with pupils, teaching and non-teaching staff, and parentsAssists in CCA events Chaperoning out for school activities</p></li><li><p>Competency Level</p></li><li><p>Classroom Support</p><p>Provide specific and differentiated learning and teaching support for individual or a group of pupil (max 5) in the classroom.</p><p>Provide teaching and remediation support for pupils within or outside classroom. Undertake co-teaching responsibilities.</p><p>Assist teachers in the delivery of pastoral and disciplining classes.Conduct class behaviour observation to identify pupils with disruptive and distracting behaviours.</p><p>Builds rapport with teachers &amp; AED(C and LBS) beyond learning to improve on other areas of discipline concern. </p></li><li><p>Level Support</p><p>Assist in the level administration and provide logistic support to Level. Eg. Temperature taking, distribute class attendance file, preparation of Maths Manipulative, Science Experiments or English Resources (LRD, Stellar).Assist and develop additional teaching and learning support programmes for pupils. Eg: Supplementary worksheets.Administration of deskcopies &amp; manipulative to teachers.Assist and conduct of CCA and competitions, ensuring safety and discipline during Learning Journey, rehearsal for school events.Support in level camps (P5 and P6).Support in level forums /briefings except P3.Support in ICT resources.Support in Level Community Involvement Programme.Attend Level meeting.</p></li><li><p>School Support</p><p>Involve in training of students in events for Canberra Fiesta, Kids Olympics and NAPFA.</p><p>Assist in administration of examinations. Eg: Time Keeper for English Oral Exams, Science and Maths Practical, deployment for PSLE examination matters.</p><p>Support in School events, such as Open House, Festive activities and various subject-based activities.</p><p>Support in PCCG as safety officer in before/after school and recess time.</p></li><li><p>Key Responsibilities</p><p>School Complement teachers with practical aspect of delivering learning programmes to pupils. Collaborate with teachers in classroom management. Contribute to school activities and initiatives. </p><p>External Partners Collaborate with external partners to support activities related to pupils learning. </p><p>Self Maintain efforts for continuous self &amp; professional development. Practice self-care to maintain a healthy mental / emotional state. </p></li><li><p>2013 Deployment</p><p>AEDs (T&amp;L)LevelSpecializationCore Subject CommitteeSub Core CommitteeCCAReporting OfficerMdmTeo Siew LeeP1EnglishEnglishMRL co-ordinatorPAL programmeMr Mohamed Fauzy Bin KasdiMr Toh Peng HweeP2MathsMathsHE/PEPAL programmeMrs Sharon YangMr Muhd IshamP3Maths ScienceAV CommitteeAV ClubMiss Lee Pei YanMdm Rozi AbdulP4EnglishEnglishMRL co-ordinatorPSGMr Hin Hiang AnthonyMdm Janet VooP5ScienceScienceHE/PERoboticsMiss Fiona LeeMs Lee Jun ChienP6EnglishMathsAV CommitteeTrack and FieldMs Rajas</p></li><li><p>References</p></li><li><p>Question TimeList two areas where an AED can support you in teaching and learning.Updated 5 June 2013</p><p>Shirley's comments: Change to point form for readiness.</p><p>The new AED should have known about their employment. We should emphasize more on what is being practised in Canberra Primary.Shirley's comments: Change to point form for readiness.</p><p>The new AED should have known about their employment. We should emphasize more on what is being practised in Canberra Primary.</p><p>Get diagram to shown 3 groups of AEDs from Nora waiting for her reply. 03Dec2010</p><p>Currently, the three groups of AEDs are: Allied Educators (Counselling) - (Previously known as Full-Time School Counsellors) Allied Educators (Learning and Behavioural Support) (Previously known as Special Needs Officers) Allied Educators (Teaching and Learning) - (Previously know as Education Associates)Pt 2 eq : PIRLLS and TIMSS, PSLE Security, Common Exams, Orals TimekeeperPt 1 eg, T6&amp;7 Esther, Saralyn, Mrs Vijay, Keeton, Raj, RamPt 3 provided simplified worksheets for students , using manipulative resources to enhance Maths learning, SRA reading programme for underachievers</p><p>Pt 1 Science experiments, Maths/Science practicalPt 3 NAPFA tests, Canberra fiestaPt 1 Science experiments, Maths/Science practicalPt 3 NAPFA tests, Canberra fiesta</p></li></ul>


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