Children are also encouraged help one another. They are taught to ask for help from another child before coming to a teacher. I plan activities that require cooperation and group work so that children will work together to solve problems and be attentive to other’s needs. The children make our room a better place by being empathetic and helpful to others. In my program I want children to be independent and make positive choices.
My students will develop a community that respects each other in the classroom as well as out of the classroom. Once these goals have been met I feel that the rest of the year will be smooth sailing! (Gallagher, 1999-2012). In the field of education, good classroom management is essential ( Froyer & Iverson, 1999) . Encouraging and establishing student self-control through a process of promoting positive student achievement and behavior is what every classroom needs.
* Encourage children to respect each other. * Allow pupils to take responsibility for their actions and to undertake tasks independently where possible. * Praise pupils when they have been successful. * Encourage children to put their ideas forward and be supportive of any ideas or suggestions that the children put forward. * Ensure that all pupils have the opportunity to make a contribution in class.
A wide range of students often struggles to make academic and/or social progress and will require the supports or accommodations provided with inclusive programs. According to the evidence available, all children are said to benefit from the inclusive education program. Inclusion is beneficial for many reasons. It allows the students to develop newly established strengths with appropriate expectations for each of the students. The students also become able to work on individual goals while also participating in the classroom community with their peers.
The child will respond well to this and they are likely to repeat the action to gain the praise from a staff member. Another policy at this setting is to model good behavior by treating children and adults around us with respect. This means that staff will be treating children with respect by talking to them nicely, not shouting at children, not humiliating children, etc. as well at treating staff members with the same level of respect, not shouting across the classroom, talking nicely to one another, etc. 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.
Seeing things from the child’s point of view will help towards a positive relationship in a way that they will feel respected and understood. Therefore allowing the child to feel open to talk to me telling me how they feel or what they don’t like which helps when getting them to take part in different activities, controlling any behavior problems and to create a nice atmosphere to work in and for the children to learn and strive. To build and maintain positive relationships I use different body language and expressions to suit each child in order for them to understand what I am asking of them and likewise what they expect of me, I pay close attention to how they are reacting to any situation so as I can understand the different characters of each child. To help improve their confidence and communication skills it is important that I give the children enough time to try and explain themselves, what they are asking for or when taking part in a task not to rush them or jump ahead and do it for them, taking in to account their age and ability level. Getting down to the same level as the children whether it be sitting on the floor or around the classroom table is also another way I feel works well to build a positive relationship as they feel we are both equal and shows respect towards the children rather than
Good associations and strong collaborations between adults will encourage the good behaviour in children. At Clarice Cliff our main aim is to provide quality experiences in all aspects of school life thus enabling children to be happy, successful and keen to learn, helping them to grow into young people who are fulfilled and able to make a positive contribution to society. We aim to do this in the context of a warm and welcoming family ethos, encouraging an atmosphere of natural affection, a feeling of security and an ordered way of life. Our school is a place where success is celebrated and high self-esteem positively fostered. We believe that children should develop a happy way of being together, that their self-respect leads to a respect for the rights and needs of other children and adults; a respect which promotes equality and values the diverse local community.
We as Educators will protect and cherish the innocence of children and thus provide a safe and secure environment. As we unpack the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF) we will work alongside your child to actively promote children's learning through worthwhile and challenging experiences and interactions that foster high-level thinking
Practitioners need to praise children and encourage them to succeed in their learning and give them the support they need. Practitioners need to build positive relationship with not only their key children and other children in their setting but also with the children’s parents this gives them a better chance of giving children more support at home. See appendix 1. At the setting parents can get involved and this will benefit planning for the child as parents know their children better than anyone and they will know their likes and dislikes and will be able to help them with their development. See appendix 2 .
Early childhood development is a period of never ending possibilities. As educators we embrace everything our children experience and what they encounter in there early developmental stages. We believe that our work can make a significant difference in a child’s life and in the lives of their families. In order for children to learn and develop, we as educators must provide a safe and healthy learning environment. A place where children can partake in early education of the highest quality, and learn the early skills they need to develop.