As they become more emotionally secure they are likely to become more actively involved with play or learning activities. By building on this and forming a strong, professional relationship the displaying of unwanted behaviours are likely to become limited, this enabling teaching professionals to recognise and meet their needs. Planning of activities and learning goals will be more accurate as teaching professionals understand individual developmental needs. Children's and young peoples language will progress further once they feel secure and confident talking to the Teaching Assistant and teaching professionals. Developing positive relationships with colleagues allows all involved in the child's and young persons learning to work together in sharing information and highlight and resolve any potential issues that may have an impact on their behaviour, emotional or social well being.
TDA31 Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults | | TDA31-1.1 Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. | | To have a positive relationship with children, young people and adults you will need to show them effective communication skills with you and other peers. How you approach people and how you respond to them should all come into account. You should always try to make children feel comfortable in your presence and try to put them at ease. To develop a positive relationship with a child can often take some time.
For example I find it essential to discuss the day’s lesson plan and targets with my class teacher. This gives me clear guidance and an objective when working with pupils, of what support I need to give in order to achieve the day’s targets. In the school environment, I am aware that I am acting as a role model to the children. How I communicate with colleagues, parents and pupils will reflect on how children will then communicate. It is important to adapt the way I communicate, because different audiences require different communication styles so that I can be understood easily.
1.1 Every setting must have a behaviour management policy and code of practice, these are rules that staff and children must follow. The policy includes such things as being a positive role model and showing children good behaviour so the children will copy that good behaviour showing respect to other people which will encourage children to talk to others in the appropriate way. Praising children will encourage them to continue to behave in a good manner. Organising the environment so that children can move and learn freely but also so staff know where everything is. Giving explanations to children as to why they are being praised and why you’re happy with their behaviour.
The principles of relationship building with children, young people and adults can be put down to the dispositions and attitudes of the people that the relationship is between. Relationships of any kind are best built on a foundation of trust and mutual respect if it is to develop into a healthy one. A calm disposition is required especially when dealing with behavioural issues, conflicts or disagreements. It is important to be open and approachable so that whenever interacting with someone, they feel at ease, valued and secure. 3.
* TDA 3.7 1.1 A teacher is constantly assessing pupils; this is to monitor their pupils achievements, in order to see how each child is progressing. It also helps the child no their own abilities so that they can progress on their learning path. Teachers are responsible for following the curriculum and adapting her teaching to suit the needs of individuals. They must manage their time well as they need to plan lessons and make sure the children have all the relevant equipment for the lessons. A daily routine provides stability and security for children.
CYPOP 14 – Support Children & Young People to have positive relationships Children and Young People learn to be strong and independent through loving and secure relationships with parents, carers and other family members such as grandparents. When children are looked after outside the home they can develop security and independence through the carers in a child care setting or from teachers in school. Children’s learning is helped when they feel safe and secure and when their parents and the people in settings they attend work together to ensure that the child’s needs are met. 1.1 – Identify the different relationships children and young people may have Children and Young People have relationships and come into contact with many
Principles of developing positive relationships Task 1 1.1 Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. It is important to have good communication skills within a teaching assistant role, parents and children need to be able to trust you and feel that you are approachable at all times. It is important that parents are involved with there child's education as the the more a parent is involved the better a child will perform. Open communication links with parents, teachers and school are essential as this means messages are sent home and received back. Useful ways to communicate is by talking to the parent, using a homework diary so messages can be sent home and messages can be passed back into school ensuring that the message is received by the right person.
Nicola Williams unit 1 1.1 page 1 Effective communication is important when developing positive relationships as you need to use communication skills when dealing with others. If teachers and students communicate effectively to children, young people or adults they will enable them build a strong relationship. Communicating is a two way strategy which is involves listening and speaking between teachers, children, young people and adults. How we listen to each other is very important as being empathic builds a good relationship. Communicating in a correct way enables children, young people and adults to learn effective language skills as they are very important for children and are essential for children to access the curriculum and foundation
Children can take responsibility for their actions, to feel good about their achievements and understand that their feelings and behaviour are linked. Also pupils know that it is acceptable to have certain feelings and emotions. Managing feelings – Children can become more able to manage their feelings, using strategies to think first before using inappropriate actions. Enabling them to understand what feelings affect others and how to use them appropriately so not to hurt others. Children will learn how to calm themselves, managing anger and aggressive feelings.