D1 make recommendations in relation to identified hazards to minimise the risks to the service user group. The nursery staff should ensure the children are aware of road safety before they are taken on trips to the park. The staff should also be trained on how to handle children which are taken on trips outside the class room. The main hazards, that can be easily minimised ; can be when crossing the road staff can ensure all children are holding hands, in the correct formations one behind the other. Staff should go to the nearest traffic light stops or pelican crossings to avoid stopping traffic themselves, if they walked on the road randomly.
A lot of horses get scared easily just like us humans, so it wouldn’t really be safe to the people to be on a buggy that might tip over at any moment. When a horse gets scared it usually will turn around, buck, and rear to, there a lot of dangers to horse and buggy and we want to make sure that every animal and human does not get
Chemistry “I Caught Fire in Chem Class” Reflective Essay Have you ever had an experience that changed the way you viewed life? Some may say no and others may say yes. Well this article has changed the way I view life personally. In the article a sixteen year old girl caught fire accidently in her chemistry class while her teacher was conducting an experiment. Never in my mind would I have imagined that you can catch on fire at school, where it is suppose to be a safe place.
The signs and symptoms of physical abuse are:- Unexplained recurrent injuries or burns- this means when a child or young person keeps getting injuries or burns. Wearing heavy clothing to cover up injuries, even in hot weather- this means when someone is trying to cover up the extent or amount of injuries a child or young person has, they will be wearing a lot of clothing, too much for a certain heat; or weather. Refusal to undress for PE or games at school- this means that a child or young person may be scared to take off clothing, and wear less (for example; shorts), they won’t want to show other people their
- If I were to fail a test, I would probably be very angry to myself for maybe not studying enough. I will make sure next time I would be prepared and ready to ace the test. o Scenario 2: Someone from your neighborhood is hit by a car and was killed. - I would probably feel anguish to his/her loved ones. o Scenario 3: You just got a raise at your part time job.
| Comparison of Discipline Models: Wong’s, Kagan, Kyle, & Scott, & Morrish | GCU:536 | | Ja’Net Smith | 6/19/2012 | | Model | Strengths | Weaknesses | Advantages | Disadvantages | Agree/Disagree | Wong’s Pragmatic Approach:This model focuses on student achievements through classroom procedures and management. | •Specific set of procedures must be taught 1.teacher must explain and show students the procedure 2. teachers allow students to rehearse the procedure with them 3. teachers reinforce the procedure until the students know how to do the procedure ).•Procedures and classroom management should begin as soon as preplanning and continue throughout the first days and for the remainder of the school year | •Students may not grasp all procedures and therefore student teacher relationships are not created•Some needs of the students are vague and more attention is focused on how the teacher can be successful | •Shows how teachers can have control over their classroom from day one regardless of what age group is being taught.•Shows how teachers can obtain order, discipline, management and procedures in the classroom | •Individual student needs are not looked at and unexpected events that could occur in the classroom are not addressed.•Teachers may have problems implementing parts of this model due to student’s different behaviors.•Using this model teachers may find themselves overlooking how to help students develop individual potential skills. | I agree with this model because Charles (2008) states that Wong’s pragmatic approach through procedures shows that student’s achievement is associated with good teacher classroom procedures from the first day of school. | Kagan, Kyle, & Scott Win-Win Discipline:This model looks into ways to meet the needs of students by allowing students and teachers to work together to handle behavior
If medicines are left lying about then elderly people who are confused may take the medicines. This could lead to serious consequences for example if they overdosed on a certain drug they could die or become very ill. So this doesn’t happen all medicines and drugs should be locked away and only staff has the key. If doors/gates are left unlocked elderly people who maybe suffer from dementia will be able to get out and wander the streets. This could cause them to get lost or maybe have an accident on the street such as walking into the road.
The procedure that is put in place for anti-bullying is: For the school of my placement takes action immediately if bullying happens, which then we help bullies realize the consequences of their actions and to teach them different and better ways of behaving in the future and we also support victims of bullying by providing them with ways on how to deal with any types of bullying if it was to happen again. Our code of conduct policy states that each year group has agreed a code of conduct with their teachers and in Reception the children have their own set of golden rules about how to behave in class. Home and school contracts are signed by parents and children. When they start at our school and a copy is sent home and a copy is retained by school. We aim to work together as a school and maintain a whole school approach to developing high standards of behavior.
The crew will also be asked to be loaded last because the crew will be essential in loading the lifeboats. Since the crew should have some sort of training for this sort of disaster, they will be crucial to maintaining a level of comfort for the passengers which will allow for the lifeboats to be loaded efficiently.
Hence it is important to pick the shoes that are specifically designed for such individuals. Running shoes for flat feet Runners often get into trouble by flat feet. Since the flat feet individuals have low foot arch, he/she may lose the balance easily, and has to put an extra effort to get the proper ground support. The shock absorption mechanisms for these people are less; moreover, he may be prone to consequent injuries often. However, do not concern about these issues anymore.