E1 Explain The Importance Of Reflective Practice In An Early Years Setting

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E1: In a setting a practitioner has a lot of responsibilities to be professional that they have to be abided by between the practitioner and others around. For example in a setting a practitioner will have a relationship with the members of staff in the setting, therefore the professional manner would be to interact and communicate well even if conflict is occurring between the two members it is important not to bring the conflict into a setting in front of the children or the parents. Another professional responsibility to follow would be to set goals and help each other out in any observations for that particular practitioner’s key group. Another relationship that a practitioner would need to keep professional would be working with the…show more content…
Reflective practice has a lot of benefits in doing so just by looking back at what has been done for the child at first and what the child can achieve by the end of term this also gives the child many more learning experiences and finding new ways of doing something different or making the situation easier with the same activity each time. The practitioner can use the reflective practice to make next steps for the children in setting and find what each child’s weaknesses or strengths are and then expand them to get better. Throughout making new problem solving practices the child will carry on finding new ways to achieve the activity in harder or easier ways but the child will continuously improve over time throughout each…show more content…
This is a development of work undertaken in Unit 1. With the principles and values when working with children they are very important to follow, for example confidentiality of information about the child and their family must be upheld and kept to the practitioners self or shared only with the needed person, if it is shared with somebody other than the needed person the practitioner will have to be disclosed and is vital by law that they have to leave. This is also for the best interests of the child to keep them safe and not put in the position again where their information has been let out. The welfare of the child is paramount in all settings it is a principle to keep the child safe and always put the child first. Another principle would be to consider equality and diverse and understanding of all different cultures and traditions, this is important to be respectful to the children and their families thoughts and feelings on their religion and
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