1- Identify the different reasons people communicate: People communicate for various reasons in a work setting. Communication is a way of making and developing relationships, expressing ideas, letting people know how you are feeling or giving support and encouragement. To build relationships: This is a very important reason for communication because building relationships is imperative with parents and children when they first meet. Communication and how you present it is the first step in gaining trust and confidence in a person. For maintaining relationships: Good communication is vital for maintaining relationships.
In order for this age of children to develop and thrive properly they need their parents to supply them with nutrition, and a stable home. They need their parents to provide assistance and guidance with homework and parental supervision. Children in middle childhood are self-critical and socially aware (Berger, 2010). Therefore, these children need repeated reassurance to promote the child’s self-esteem. Middle Childhood children depend on their parents to accommodate time for them to form friendships with their peers for these children to obtain social adequacy.
Not only do they need a parent, but also they need a good one. Parents shape and mould their children into something they want them to be. They instil morals and values that they wish their children could someday possess, like honesty, trustworthiness, compassion, and respect. Those attributes are some characteristics of what we all wish our children had, but that’s up to the parents to make it happen. So, if parents are the key to ensuring a well-rounded teenager, what type of parenting style could get the job done efficiently?
In order to ensure the best learning environment and wellbeing for the child it is essential for the practitioner to uphold professional relations with the child’s guardians and other colleagues. Most nurseries have specific policies regarding how they keep relations with the child’s parents. As a learner it is important you indicate this to the parent if they ask you a question or have a query so then you can pass them on to a member of staff. The reason this relationship between staff and parent is important is because the parent needs to be informed on a regular basis on how their child is progressing as it is important the child is meeting their needs, also parents maybe sending their child to a private nursery and they are concerned if the money they are paying is having an impact on their child’s development. By having regular contact with the parent, staff can arrange meetings with the parent to discuss the Child's progression and how they can improve working conditions with the child.
Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults. Understand the principles of developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. Effective communication is important in order to build positive relationships , we should always check how we approach and respond to other people as we are more likely to have better relationships if we communicate well with one another. Parents and other adults that come into school are more likely to give better support if communication is strong and effective in turn this benefits the children we work with. It is also important for the children that we model effective communication skills, this means checking what we are saying in moments of stress or excitement, we ask the children to behave in a certain way when communicating and sometimes forget that ourselves if we do this they will struggle to understand the boundaries of what is acceptable.
By doing this you are creating a good example for pupils who will therefore learn from you on how to communicate positively with others. When communicating successfully with parents and staff you are then more likely to work as a team to ensure that pupils will be able to gain maximum benefit from learning, which is the ultimate goal as a teaching assistant. 1.2) Explain the principles of relationship building with children, young people and adults. In order to build good relationships with others it is important to have a warm, friendly and caring attitude to others. Others need to feel relaxed and comfortable in your company and feel as if they can bring up any concerns they have.
2.2 Explain and demonstrate key relationship building strategies and/or skills involved in working with parents in partnership - Good first impression: This is important to build a good relationship and ensure you both know what is expected of each other when working in partnership - Setting by time: Ensure we always have the time to discuss any needs or concerns with parents when the need it - Value their opinions: make sure the parents know that we value their opinions; have feedback sheets for parents to fill in or listen to the parents when they bring us concerns. - Parents are experts: experts on their own children, make sure they know this and that we
Middle Childhood and Adolescence PSY 280 Sunday, October 29, 2012 Middle childhood and adolescence is a crucial period of development within everyone’s lifetime, but for the child and parent it can become a time of uncertainty. In this era of a child life, their brains are developed enough to for logic, so they attempt to understand the world around them with answers from their perspective. All children require parents who would do what is necessary to care about them. Parents should act in the best interest of the child’s development, and they should have to make an evaluation of the parenting methods that work well with the personality of the child. Within these years the child’s temperament also begins to have an effect in their lives.
.CU1549.1 - Understand the importance of positive relationships for the development and wellbeing of children and young people. Identify the different relationships children and young people may have. Children and young people come into contact with many people in their day to day life so would have a range of different relationships. Their relationships start from birth and the first ever relationship a child would have would be their parents, mother & father would be their primary carers and also others that the child would get to know first. This would then be followed by siblings, grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins.
2.2.2 • Describe with examples the kinds of influences that affect children and young people’s development including: a) Background, b)health, c) environment. There are many factors that can affect and influence the good development of children and adolescents as the background, health and environment. • Background.- . - It is important to know the characteristics of the family about the child's development such as, warmth, equal affection between parents and children, establish a proper relationship in terms of norms, habits, values, etc.., This creates a child behavior without conflict and have effective and positive development from childhood to adulthood. For example... there are children who have parents who care about meet all their needs and sometimes confused wanting to give the material to show affection to their children and believing that that is the kind of attention they need.