They will also be less likely to develop emotional problems like depression or anxiety. Adults have got to take children seriously, listen to them, make them feel that they are important, encourage children to try things out for themselves. This can be done by being close by to them, so they know there is an adult there if they need them. This often gives them more confidence to try things. It is always good to praise the children when they are able to achieve something and to keep giving them encouragement all of the way.
* I ensure I am smiling, approachable and friendly * I am consistently giving praise * I am fair with all the children, this ensures no competition for my attention & is equally shared out. * I show interest in the children, find out about them, their interests, families, pets etc CYPCore35-1.3 Evaluate own effectiveness in building relationships with children or young people. How effective are you at building relationships with the children in your care, how do you know. How would the relationship be with the children if you were not able to build effective
Therefore it is essential that we behave in a very good mannered way, so that we could be good role models for them. When talking to them we should keep eye contact and smile, so they do not feel intimidated by us. Similarly with children who are a bit older you should keep eye contact and approach them a smile. We should also listen very carefully to what they are saying and show that you are very interested too, as the children can get very annoyed when do not have your full attention. Make sure that you come down to their level so that you don't look intimidated to them.
1.2 If I was dealing with key stage 1 children I would ensure that I speak at their level so that they know they have my attention, I would smile and nod in response to them so as to reassure them, ensuring that they fully understood what we had spoken about by asking them questions. When working with key stage 2 children I would remain fair and listen carefully. I would use eye contact and body language to help them learn when it is their turn to speak. I would also maintain my height to show that I respect them and do not regard them as one of the younger children. When dealing with older children and young people it is important to speak to them on their own level and not talk down to them.
Consistency and Patience will help you build this relationship. It is most important to develop these relationships with younger children because it plays a role in socialising that child. When developing positive relationships with adults good communication allows you to get a better understanding of the child. You may not have been made aware of any allergies etc. It will also give the parents peace of mind; they will feel happy leaving their child in your and your colleagues care.
1.2 It is very important for all educational workers to have a positive relationship with the children or young people in order to gain their trust so that they are confident to speak to the workers around but also so that they feel comfortable in your presence which will then make them able to learn more. Children and young people can become shy and feel non worthy around individuals that do not notice their presence, if they feel this way then the child or young person will not
For example, with people from different cultures or with different religious beliefs. Considering the ideas and opinions of others is effective in building positive relationships as people feel valued and are more likely to feel comfortable when speaking with you. Some people may have issues which are personal to them as an individual so particular care is needed to converse with them about these issues. We should always be clear on key points and ensure that information is passed on in an understandable manner, especially with children who can become easily distracted from the main point of a conversation or lesson plan. A way to help this is to ask a child to repeat back what you have
The children must feel welcome at all time and be surrounded with positive people. They are encouraged to interact socially with others and do things together. Staff should take time to explain things to them even when they do not appear to understand. Encouragements and praises are very important at this age. Do not tell off a child, as it is far better to explain to them the reason of the problem.
Stepping away from the situation until the child has calmed down; there are many things that can be taught early that will be more effective then teaching them at a required by the courts class at the age of 39. These skills contribute to positive social development because they teach children that emotions are okay to feel, and okay to display, but you have to display them in the correct way, otherwise they are not heard. 2. 鼎reate a supportive milieu in the class, school and community so that children reinforce each other for positive behavior. Teach children to care for and support each other during stressful times.�This step speaks for itself.
I always make eye contact when speaking and listening to them, and get down to their level so I am not talking down to them. As I don’t have anyone from a different cultural background to my own in the class it is okay to have mutual eye contact. I always try to be a positive role model around the children by behaving in an appropriate way for the situation and speaking clearly so they understand. I try to reinforce positive behaviour by praising them when they do something good and letting the other children know what that child did so they understand what is acceptable and what I expect from them. As children like to receive praise and seek approval they mimic the other ones behaviour so they can receive praise too.