E6 Play and Learning in Childrens Education

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E6- All children can learn, but not all children learn in the same way, at the same time or at the same rate—learning is an individual process. Meeting children’s diverse learning needs means identifying needs, developing individual goals and objectives for a child, selecting or designing appropriate supports and services, and then choosing the best learning setting. As agencies outside the setting which may contribute to the assessment of learning needs such as health authorities , as hospitals will have details of settings of each child’s information so that if something happens to child they can be there in sort of seconds to get child to safety and getting them straight to the hospital another example is that a dentist may come into a setting to show children how to keep their teeth healthy like telling them brushing tips How much toothpaste? Although commercials show a big S-shaped bit of toothpaste on the entire brush, all kids need is a pea-sized dab or the length of their pinkie nail, How long? Dentists generally recommend brushing 3–4 minutes, but 2 minutes will do the trick. Also what the child should eat to keep their teeth healthy and that eating a lot of sweets can give you bad teeth and showing them pictures of children with bad teeth so they can see the effects. Moreover psychologist aims to improve lifelong outcomes for children, young people and families by applying psychology to educational contexts. psychologists work mostly through schools, with each school and nursery school having a link educational psychologist. Educational Psychology Service can be requested to be involved in supporting a pre-school child through a request from a parent, a health professional, nursery. Psychologists only become involved with parents/carers agreement when working with pupils under 16. They will keep parents/carers advised of what they plan to do. Educational
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