I will get to know each child, establish relationships with parents, and support their strengths as well as their needs. I will express my own emotions and respond to the children’s emotions, valuing their feelings and helping them express what they are feeling. But above all, I will make sure that every child feels secure in my room and are comfortable coming to me as their teacher. I provide a positive relationship with the child through daily routines and interactions. I feel this gives the children and parents a sense of trust.
the result of this will be that other children will see this and will copy the staff members being respectful and, in turn, will respect their classmates, teachers and anyone outside of nursery. Providing interesting and stimulating activities within a child friendly environment is another policy this setting has. By carrying out this policy, staff are preventing children from becoming bored and irritable. Having activities for children to do will keep the children happy and enable positive behavior. Observing children closely and using the
If you have a good communicative relationship then this can assist the individual with their learning, it will make it easier for you to negotiate when disagreements may occur. When working closely with children, young people and adults it is important to have effective teamwork and to also let them be independent in making their own decisions. If you have already built a trusting and respectful relationship then working as a team will become easier and the individual will know that they can trust and count on you. ( 1.1 1.2 To build positive relationships with children, young people and adults you need to show respect and consideration and remember every individual has their own uniqueness. Take time to listen and give your full attention, remember significant information given by an
This is so the practitioner can act on the advice and put it onto the planning. This advice can have more experience in different aspects of the child’s life. This then helps with the care and learning needs of all children as if the child has a disability which affects their learning. The teacher will have to get another professional in that knows what they are doing to help care for the child and help with the child’s learning. This means that the child will be getting a full learning experience and understand the lesson because it is easier for them.
Positive relationships enable information to be communicated far more effectively. Working in a school this will benefit pupils when you are dealing with parents or carers as they will be more willing to get involved in the child or young person’s education and care. Building and maintaining positive relationships and effective communication with pupils will help them know and understand what is expected of them and acceptable boundaries. In order to develop positive relationships with children, young people and adults effective communication is vital. To effectively communicate we must: • think consciously (everyone is an individual) • explain (be clear, use appropriate language) • listen actively ( occasional nods and eye contact) • be true to our word (say what you mean, mean what you say) • recall (repeat snippets of what has been said to you) • have empathy (non-bias understanding of others situations) • clarify and question (ask the other party if they understand what you have said ) • body language (your own and reading the other persons) Not putting the above skills into practice will create barriers to effective communication and positive
A skill that will support work with children is behaviour management. It is necessary for working with children as it is important for lessons to happen as planned. It will easier for one to know how to manage difficulties or problems as it will provide more time to children's learning. for example, control the momentum of lessons. As pupils may lose interest in lessons, it may cause problem for forthcoming activities you may break down activities that need doing and explain things rather than children losing interest from learning.
By basing knowledge on how children develop and learn, it can help make more developmentally appropriate activities. The children would learn more, and you would be more successful as a teacher. *Appreciate and support the bond between the child and family. If you appreciate the bond between the child and family, teaching in the classroom
It makes them feel like you understand them better. I think this is great because children should always feel comfortable in the classroom to share anything with you. Home visits really help you see the children in a whole different view and makes you understand them, not only as a student better, but as a person. I would recommend doing home visits with children, as long as safety is not an issue, to any future teacher or teacher in the classroom
In regards to communicating with children and young people, as adults we can improve on our relationships and therefore they feel relaxed and receptive particularly important during lesson time. We gain the respect of children if we communicate clearly and pinpoint what we expect of them in a clear manner, we improve morale amongst other staff members and adults, we can also communicate to parents and guardians in a manner where in which positive and negative feedback is constructive – it would not be deemed offensive when we have good communication as we would discuss solutions and work together to improve learning practises for example. There are several principles we should ensure we adhere to in