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2.5.1 Policies in practice - ensuring enforcement in the classroom

Welcome to chapter 5 of the 'Policies, pastoral care and practical applications' module. Much like in the previous module, you should have noticed by this point that many of the duties which result from implementing the legislation and policies discussed in the previous section feed into one another. This chapter will examine the elements of these policies that intersect and discuss how they overlap with one another in practice. It will also discuss ways of ensuring that these laws, policies and moral and ethical responsibilities are upheld in the classroom with the ultimate goal of keeping your learners safe from harm and best able to learn.

Goals for this section

  • To understand the ways in which key policies, pieces of legislation and ethical responsibilities overlap with one another in practice.   
  • To have a good knowledge of the processes which underpin the enforcement of these ideas and understand how to implement them in your classroom.

Objectives for this section

  • To be able to explain how key policies, pieces of legislation and ethical responsibilities intersect and identify common ground between them.
  • To be able to identify ways in which key policies, pieces of legislation and ethical responsibilities are implemented daily across Educational institutions.
  • To consider the ways in which key policies, pieces of legislation and ethical responsibilities can be integrated into everyday teaching practice.
  • To identify where fulfilling these responsibilities can be embedded into ordinary teaching practice as well as by completing external duties.

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