Gather and present information about the role of the practitioner whenchildren's learning needs. A practitioner’s role in meeting children’s learning needs are to understand and work with each and every child’s learning needs. They can do this by providing different opportunities to individual children because each child is unique and learns differently. The practitioners’ role would therefore be to plan and resource an environment that is challenging and helps children learn in many different areas of their learning.
Communication & professional relationships with children, young people & adults. 1. Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with: * Children Effective communication with children is important to make sure that they understand the language of learning so that they can grasp concepts and ideas, actively take part in problem solving and successfully develop their own ideas and opinions. It is important for children to be able to feel welcome in the classroom environment and valued within the school. Encouraging children to ask questions, give their own answers and contribute to class activities will help to develop a positive working relationship with the children. It is
The promotion of pupil voice is a complex task which demands the commitment of the entire school community. Critically discuss the rationale for the development of pupil voice throughout all aspects of school life and consider how teachers and senior managers can facilitate pupils in forming and voicing opinions while also ensuring the equality of opportunity for all.
Understanding the "whole" of a child takes devotion, dedication, and consistency. How well the childrens ability to adapt, learn, and improvise are dependant on a well educated provider. My dedication through constant education, re-direction, support, and seamless lesson planning are my path to meeting Competency Statement III.
A professional educator will actively view the child’s in association with their family and environment. They need to be viewed in context with their family as this will make the educator aware and respect the values and culture of each family and student. Principle 2 of the EYLF mentions ‘Learning outcomes are most likely to be achieved when Early Childhood Educators work in partnership with families’ (EYLF, 2009, p12). This is mostly effective when a successful educator uses strategies that actively involves the family, by introducing families to the classroom through plan programs that invites parent input.
It is important to give older children the opportunity to talk and express their views and opinions and it is vital that you make them feel that you are interested in what they are saying. An older child needs to understand boundaries and the correct behaviour expected from them.
This assignment will critically reflect and analyse a microteaching session I presented to my peers in a clinical placement regarding Nursing management of chest drains. I will define reflection; teaching, learning and the rationale for choosing this topic will be clearly outlined in this paper. The preparation, planning, implementation and evaluation will also be incorporated. This assignment will be structured using Gibbs (1988) reflective model cited in Modular Training Course, 2003 because of its simplicity. Analysis will permeate through each stage of the Gibbs reflective model. Finally I will conclude by reflecting on my role as a joint practitioner outlining areas of personal, professional growth, identifying my strength, weakness
Department of Care and Professional Studies Edexcel Level 3 for Children and Young People’s Workforce Unit 13 Promoting Children’s Learning and Development in the Early Years Assignment Task 1 Direct Observation and Professional discussion Assessment Criteria (Unit 13) 1.3 explain how the documented outcomes are assessed and recorded 2.2 engage effectively with children to encourage the child’s participation and involvement in planning their own learning and development activities.
CYPOP 14: SUPPORT CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE TO HAVE POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP 1. identify the different relationships children and young people may have ➢ Parents, siblings and extended family ➢ Friends, enemies ➢ Doctors, dentist, LAC nurse ➢ Social workers ➢ Teachers/tutors ➢ Carer’s Explain the importance of positive relationships for development and well-being (Learning outcome 1.2) ➢ Children’s welfare can be properly monitored. ➢ Children are given consistent care. ➢ Children’s needs and interests are identified. ➢ Skills and ideas can be shared. ➢ Plans for children’s care and education are more effective |A sense of connection and belonging This quote helps us understand how children (and adults!) really want to be listened to:
It is very important that all children are listened to so that their needs can be taken into account so that their learning is relevant and accessible to them.
With FAMILIES – My aim is to work collaboratively with families to acknowledge in order to have a better understanding about their child and base on this knowledge to create a unique child’s interest based curriculum.
Be able to develop professional relationships with children and young people. Demonstrate how to establish rapport and respectful, trusting relationships with children and young people. It is essential to maintain and develop a professional relationship with children and young people so there is mutual trust and respect. Actively listening to a child when communicating with them demonstrates to that child that you value you there opinion. They will become more confident, self-assured and understand that they matter. Giving a child or young person attention when they are speaking helps them to develop their communication
A philosophy Statement In this program our child care providers have a hands-on interaction with the children. They guide our early learners through child directed play. The child care staff provides different learning opportunities by supplying an array of activities based on the children’s interests. This program will allow the children an opportunity to become leaders in their learning, by exploring and discovering their play environment on their own, with peers and through guidance from the staff. Although we have many open-ended play opportunities, we will have a few structured activities for the children to participate in. We find it important to keep some structure within the daily schedule as this will allow the children the
How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk is an excellent communication guide and an exceptional book all around. It is broad enough to be relevant to just about any relationship, not just between children and adults, though that is what it is intended for. It is based on a series of workshops developed by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish. Both authors provide sensible yet simple approaches to improving relationships between adults and children.
Throughout my course work I have learned how essential Early Childhood Education is to the proper growth and development of young children. Without quality care young children can be limited socially, emotionally, and cognitively. Personally, my reasons for choosing ECE as my field of study has matured into responding to the need to provide quality professionals that produce quality care to every child regardless of ethnicity, ability, culture, or gender. However, looking back on my prior experiences I have worked with children in all capacities within my community. I have coached soccer of various ages, taught Sunday School, ran preteen Bible studies, and taught character building classes for young girls. Even though these experiences motivated me to enter this field, I now see child development from a totally different perspective.