Competency Statement III To support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance, I will supply children with an emotionally and physically safe and secure environment in which they will thrive, being able to develop their own sense of self. I will do this by smiling and greeting all children and their parents each and every morning. I will always address each child by their name. I will make sure every child gets some one on one attention when I can express appropriate physical touch and enjoyment in them being in my classroom. I will get to know each child, establish relationships with parents, and support their strengths as well as their needs.
The Effects of Authoritative Parenting on Children Authoritative parenting is an effective tool in raising a child that is equipped with positive traits of behavior, personality, and self-independence. These three concepts allow an individual to progress through life with well-rounded rationality, moral values, and social skills. “Of the four types of parenting styles, authoritative parenting produces the most well adjusted children. Authoritative parents are well balanced in their approach; they are warm and loving with firm limits and rules in place for their children. Punishment in these homes is rare, as authoritative parents use natural consequences so their children are able to learn and grow from their mistakes.
Unit 304 Outcome 2 Promote positive behaviour 2.1 Explain the benefits of actively promoting positive aspects of behaviour Social, emotional and behavioural skills underlie almost every aspect of school, home and community life, including effective learning and getting on with other people. They are fundamental to school improvement so where children have good skills in these areas, and are educated within an environment supportive to emotional health and well-being, they will be motivated and equipped to: * be effective and successful learners * make and sustain friendships * deal with and resolve conflict effectively and fairly * solve problems with others or by themselves * manage strong feelings such as frustration, anger and anxiety * be able to promote calm and optimistic states that further
All children should feel secure. Strong school ethos and established routines. Make Positive Contributions All children should be encourage to take part, even if what they are saying is wrong, they should always be praised for their contributions but explained that they are not correct i.e. ( that is a brilliant idea but not quite what I was thinking of, someone else have a go). All children are involved in producing their class charters and talk of ways to promote positive behaviour.
It is also important to listen and to use positive body language (may be shown by nodding etc) use the appropiate facial expressions and give eye contact. Adults need to show positive relationships with each other in front of children and young people so that the child can copy this behaviour as it will demonstrate what is expected and acceptable in relationship building. If good commincation exsisits between everyone involved (the child,the staff and parents/ carers) it may prevent misunderstanding and unnecessary worry. Developing a positive relationship with children is the main key to a happy and calm enviroment. Without a supportive and positive attitude there will be no trust and honesty between yourself and the
Unit 304 Promote Children and young peoples positive behaviour Unit 304 Promote children and young people's positive behaviour 1) Explain benefits of consistent application of rules and active promotion of positive behaviour. In order for education to proceed there has to be a good standard of behaviour. I believe that good standards of behaviour provide learners with boundaries, order, and a secure environment to achieve a good education. As education providers it is our responsibility to show learners what is expected and it is our duty under obligation to implement legislation such as the Every Child Matters framework e.g. • Be healthy • Stay Safe • Enjoy and Achieve • Make a positive contribution • Achieve Economic well being.
Trust is a big part of building a relationship with people, especially with children who are under your care. In my own experience of building relationships with children – students in my case – I found that having a friendly, open nature works best in gaining their friendship and trust. Children respond well to someone who is approachable and this is the only way to get them to co-operate with you. I have taught several children with social/personality disorders and although at the start of our relationship it was challenging to gain their confidence, I managed to build and maintain a strong friendship with them by being able to relate to them will and approach them with a bright, positive attitude. Maintaining a relationship with someone is very important also as it keeps you in contact with others.
Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with Children Young people Adults Ans: Importance of effective communication with Children Communication is a key factor in developing positive relationships with human beings,the importance of effective communication with children can never be denied. Being a teaching assistant ,you have to model yourself in a best possible way to communicate with children as they learn and absorb your methods of communication. In order to develop and maintain positive relationships with children ,I have to communicate politely and clearly so that they can understand me. By using simple vocabulary and positive body language I can get their attention more easily and my friendly approach would make me trustworthy for them and they can discuss their problems or share their ideas with me. For example,in my placement,my friendly and polite attitude towards reception children makes it easy for them to bring their complaints to me;if they are hurt or hit by somebody.
Every child has the right to be treated equally and know their worth. Every child has the right to feel safe, live in a safe environment and be protected from neglect and abuse. Every child has the right to speak freely about matters that affect them and the right to have access to good health care, nutritious food and clean water. Every child has the right to an education that respects them and for their opinions to be listened to. That we respect their culture and customs or their families and they also has the right to know and grow up with the support of their families and recognises children’s rights to play and to be active participants in all matters of their lives.