Introduction: In this assignment i will be explaining my own views and attitude againt diversity, and how it could impact on work with young children and young people. Assessment Criteria 2.3 In my own opinion everyone has different kinds of opinions and values than to others. When you work with children from a young age. You start to realize that it's not always needed for you to be aware of them. So say if you act out on these attitudes, it could have a bad effect on the children your working with and other children they might know, and you would not want them to copy your own actions in a result.
Second, the State may limit the freedom of children because an assumption is made that children, unlike adults, lack the ability to make critical decisions in an informed, mature manner. Third, the Supreme Court acknowledges the importance of the parental role in child-rearing and, thus, justifies limiting the freedom of minors since "the child is not merely the creature of the state; those who nurture him and direct his destiny have the right, coupled with the high duty to recognize and prepare him for additional obligations" (Fourteenth Amendment...). A duty to prepare" is interpreted by the Supreme Court to include raising a child with "moral standards, religious belief, and elements of good citizenship" (Fourteenth Amendment...). The State gives deference to parents because
However it seems educators would rather play it “safe” avoiding adult themes in school-assigned literature and sticking to what they have deemed as age-appropriate for students. The term “age-appropriate” has been widely used as a proxy for beliefs & values conveyed on children & how much control they have over them. If you take a look on what was considered age-appropriate even 50 years ago and fast forward to our present day society it clear that we are not living in the same world. What was once the traditional family structure; two parents, one that often stayed home to care for their children has deteriorated and children are receiving less and less time supervised by an adult at home making a child’s time is school even more
Environment 14 up wards At this age if a child has not been able to move away from poverty area then their life will be fighting to improve it on little money and a lot of hope At this age the lack of parents input can course problems, emotionally and they don't always understand how money works as they have always been given it. Most would rather have parents love then money. Restricted environment can stop children becoming all they can be and cause disruptive and emotional behavioural outbursts or go the other way and can close inside them
In Geek Love, by Katherine Dunn, we see through the Bineski family how disability is actually perceived as something positive and extraordinary rather than negative. It is safe to say that the Bineski family (mainly the children) would not be happy or feel special if they were non-disabled. Before I start on my argument, I believe it necessary to explain the difference between disability and impairment since people often get the two confused. Disability is defined in two ways- as “a lack of adequate power, strength, or physical or mental ability” and as “what you cannot do because the environment and social attitudes block you from doing it.” Impairment is a “condition of your body”. The impairment is not usually what is disabling, but the environmental and attitudinal barriers are.
Therefore I am always active to look for signs of disability and to try where possible to lessen these so that the child has an equal opportunity to education. Children who have disabilities are often teased, tormented and bullied by other children. It is through that this is because people are not educated enough and do not understand what disability is and what it involves. A lot of the time when looking at a person with a disability, society see’s the disability first and the person second, when in actual fact people with disabilities are still human beings and so the person should come first and the disability just be thought about as part of this person. Children with disabilities quite often find that they cannot participate in lots of activities which other children of the same age can.
However there does seem to be some forgotten children. Those children with BESD (behavioural, emotional and social difficulties). Is the Special needs system giving them the same rights as other children or are we allowing them to be placed away from others where they can be controlled and prevented from disrupting others? The aims of this paper is to examine recent policy and provide an in-depth evaluation on the range of practices for children with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties I aim to show that although Special Educational Needs has moved towards looking at social factors and ensuring that children achieve worthwhile life experiences, theories and diagnosis for BESD children are still firmly rooted in the medical model, where a child has a condition that needs to be cured. Finally I aim to show that segregating these children only compounds the belief that their affliction is unacceptable and prevents them from gaining the social awareness necessary for them to achieve true social inclusion.
Factors that rise biologically could mean that it cannot be helped if it is genetically based. If the parents had behavioral issues as a child then the children who are born to these parents cannot help their situation. Family factors suggest that children can develop these actions if they do not live in a loving and caring environment. It is another fact that the children have no control over what goes on in the home. If the child is being mistreated then it could cause them to act out when around and out among society.
* Background and moral beliefs * Immediate experiences with others Background and moral beliefs and immediate Experiences of others Everyone seems to have their own opinion on what’s good or bad, right or wrong I feel most of it comes from persons past experiences, and how they were raised in our society in which we live. Young child moral concepts are not fully developed but are in the process of learning from their parents or whoever is there influencing them as a child. For example, although young children view it as wrong to keep all of the classroom toys to their selves and not share any of them with the other children (Damon 1977, Nucci 1981, Smetana 1981), preschoolers think it is quite all right to keep all of the
Section 504 does not have such the stringent policy that IDEA has, allowing for more individuals to be covered. Section 504 also makes sure that the individual is covered throughout his/her life. IDEA only covers in the ages between 3-21 years (idonline.org). For many, the laws and rules of IDEA are not perfect but they do offer protection for special learners from being institutionalized because schools and society couldn’t handle them. Special learners are entitled to an education just like the general