Task 2: How does an infant or child’s temperament affect the development of attachment & the development of social behaviours? An infant or child’s temperament can have a positive or negative affect on attachment. As well how the parents temperament will affect this as well. For example if you have a parent who is always on the go and very active and her baby is more calm and relaxed they may have a harder time to build a secure attachment they will have to adjust to their different temperaments. If a parent is always stressed and worried there child will sense this and not feel as loved as a parent who is more warm and comforting.
These parents make it known when the child is wrong and sometimes even ignore them. There is a lack in the loving and valuing nature that parents should have. Regardless, on both ends of the spectrum the parent will discipline their child when they misbehave because that is how they continue to learn right from wrong. When deciding how much control and/or supervision the parent places on the child lies under demandingness-control or permissiveness-restrictiveness. Controlling parents limit the amount of freedom, further resulting in rules.
Some of the children that will enter our classroom may come from undesirable environments. As early childhood educators it is our responsibility to find strategies that will help those with autism, ADHD, and other environmental issues, to change their challenging behaviors into one that would be more suitable for learning. Children with autism have challenging behavior because their brains deal information in a different way. These children have a hard time learning to take turns and sharing with others. Autistic children are known for self-stimulating behavior such as; flapping of their arms when upset.
UNIT 4222-350 Outcome 4: Be able to engage with babies and young children and be sensitive to their needs. 3) Babies and young children cannot yet moderate or communicate their exact feelings. This can cause confusion and frustration for children and also confuse adults who may be trying to understand why a child is behaving in a certain way. It seems obvious, but It’s key to remember and rationalise, that as an adult you have gained the discipline to understand and moderate your own feelings during the process of growing up. Children and especially babies are at the beginning of this process, have not yet had the chance to master it and a child’s behaviour can look erratic and illogical if you do not take the time to focus back in on this.
hitting, kicking, biting, steal, scream) whenever they react to a mood change. This brings up a child strong enough to become a criminal later in life by just being unsocial. Once this individual has grown up he/she is likely to be concerned with the consequences of their actions since they have little to lose versus to the one who had a close social relationship with their parents. The attachments of emotional component of conformity, such as the family and in school are the key for a child to feel valued, respected, and admired. If no emotional attachments are in place, children seem not to care about the reactions of their parents when they behave obnoxiously.
Summary: In “Justice: Childhood Love Lessons”, bell hooks notes that grownups, with their ways of discipline; often confuse children about the concept of love. (27). I agree with bell hooks; children are taught love is as simple as giving a hug or sharing your toys but when they are abused by their guardians with explanations such as “I do this became I love you” it will confuse them great deal. 2. Direct Quotation: bell hooks says, “Being hurt by parenting adults rarely alters a child’s desire to be loved and be loved by them [parents].
. The value of using functional assessment information to develop effective behavioral interventions has been demonstrated, especially with students who have emotional and behavioral disorders yet who have normal cognitive abilities (Hagan, Lewis-Palmer, & Sugai, 1998). Not every student that begins school is ready to learn. Some children cause so much disruption within the class that it distracts other students that are ready and willing to learn to lose focus and not obtain the lesson that they are there to learn. Some students just are not mentally prepared for the classroom whether it be because they struggle with social or self-management skills, or because they have a tough home life, they can because a disruption for others so it is essential for the school system to come up with a way to diffuse the maladaptive behavior.
Relativism vs. Absolutism: A Comparison of Logic and Implications When growing up everyone is told to “be nice”, “be a good person”, “if you have nothing good to say don’t say anything at all”, and similar things by their parents. Then it is our job to learn what is good and not as we grow and develop. People develop their ideals of what is good and bad through observing their parents, trial and error, learning from other’s mistakes, religion, school rules, and a variety of other sources. We are told to be good, but different sources might have very different definitions of what good is. A child could go to school and be taught to be nice to the other students and not steal their things; while after school this same child’s older siblings could be teaching him that he needs to earn respect from people through fear, and that stealing is a way to earn acceptance with friends.
It is hard raising kids and hurtful things can be said, but I just don’t think a parent should react in a hurtful manner. When this happens it just backs the kid into a corner and nothing productive can get done. Kids know how to push a parents button and parents need to realize this. Sometimes when kids push their parent’s buttons it can be a defensive mechanism or way to divert from the real problem at hand. Kids need boundaries and parents need to follow through on their punishments.
For example... there are children who have parents who care about meet all their needs and sometimes confused wanting to give the material to show affection to their children and believing that that is the kind of attention they need. For example... There are children where parents are concerned about their needs and sometimes too much and they develop in the children an excess of attention and when they attend school they expect the same attention from their teachers and when they cannot obtain it creates conflict in the classroom and between classmates avoiding the good development of the activities. So it is important that the child or adolcente know its limits inside and outside the Home. Health.- It is important that a child has a healthy diet,sleep well,play sports,and do other activities that help them in their physical,intellectual and emotional development.