If they feel emotionally secure they are more likely to participate in the play and learning activities. Children need to have a strong relationship with the staff to feel comfortable and secure this will help them to enjoy themselves and less likely to show unwanted behaviour. It is important for adults to ensure that they have effective communication with their students; this will help keep the children comfortable and will also gain their trust. Without trust and honesty the children may feel like you are unapproachable and may keep their problems and worries to themselves and this may affect their learning. It is important that children are made aware of what is expected of them within school with regards to their behaviour and interacting with others.
Unit 3 3.1 To establish a respectful and professional relationship with children and young people a LSA will need to: • Adapt the way they communicate for the age group they are working with. • Develop mutual respect. • Should show respect and interest in the children or young people they are working with by asking questions, listening to them without interrupting and speak to them in a positive and polite manner. • LSA should model the behaviour expected from pupils, for example listen when the teacher is speaking • Apply the behaviour policy fairly and consistently so that the children feel they are being treated fairly. • Call the children by their name, which shows they are valued.
At this age we need to remember to comfort the child if they become upset and be someone they can speak to if they choose too, it is important we do not shout at children as this could cause them more upset and distress. Also we should be lively and energetic and enjoy taking part in activities they enjoy and provide new challenges for them. Primary schools- During this age it is important to listen to the children however the teaching assistant must make eye contact, lower themselves to the child’s level and speak to the child in a positive way. Children will start to learn boundaries during this time so it is about enforcing them in a positive and encouraging way. Encouragement is also important during all aspects of school life such as during lessons, their work, forming friendships and finding new things because this will help the children to try new things and to progress and move forward with their development and education.
Unit CYPOP 14 – Support Children & Young people to have positive relationships L.O 1.1- Identify the different relationships children and young people may have Parents Carers Siblings Family Friendships Emotional/sexual Acquaintances Extended family Healthcare providers Social workers Teachers Childminders Neighbours. L.O 1.2 – Explain the importance of positive relationships for development and wellbeing Positive relationships are important as they will help children feel more secure and happy in the setting. If the child feels secure they are less likely to have any separation anxiety and more likely to get involved in play and other activities which will help their overall development. A child who has positive relationships is more likely to talk more and develop their language skills. They will also be less likely to show unwanted behaviour because the carer will be able to recognise their needs and meet them.
This will give parents a sense of purpose and belonging as their input will be welcomed, respected, and valued. Having a school parental involvement policy will promote positive attitudes towards school. It will provide opportunities to enrich the learning experience of the child, bringing together the resources of home and school. As a result there is less likelihood of the child noticing conflict between home and school. This will be because the parent and teacher will be seen to be working toward the same ends, although at times from different perspectives.
School Wide Positive Behavior Support (SWPBS) is strategies and systems that will assist schools in decreasing behavior issues, maintain a safe environment, increase performance in academics, and establish positive school atmosphere. Three behavior expectations will consist of Respect yourself, respect other, and respect property. Respecting yourself can help you develop a strong sense of self respect that can assist you in developing into your full potential. You should know who you are, accept yourself, maintain a positive attitude, do not let others get to you, and forgive yourself. Respecting other will play a huge role in how others see you as well.
• It stresses the importance of using the classroom to help the students overcome negative attitudes. • It forms positive skills. • It educates students in emotional and personal development as well as intellectual areas of study. • Too much focusing on attitudes can take away time from the content or academics. Morrish's "Real Discipline" • It shows and demonstrates a clear understanding of human nature and how students will react.
Give students a sense of control. While guidance from an instructor is important to keeping students motivated, allowing students to have some choice and control over what happens in the classroom is actually one of the best ways to keep them engaged. For example, allowing students to choose the type of assignment they do or which problems to work on can give them a sense of control that may just motivate them to do more. 2. Define the objectives.
Being able to work together as a group is very important, illustrating to pupils that team is essential for a society to work in harmony. This would entail that each member of the team to take on a specific role, sharing ideas and achievements. A team leader, would lead the group with the main goal of achieving a smooth running of tasks, the team leader of a school is the head teacher. Effective teamwork among the school staff is very important as it ensures the smooth running of school. It shows that the school staff has a common purpose, targets and greater support would be achieved, an environment that would encourage greater and more effective learning would result in the pupils knowledge being more diversified.
In this case, teacher should always be prepared, has consistently and clear rules, try her best to create a good relationship with her students. Moreover, keeping learners busy and interested, as well as avoiding frustration due to hard lessons, help to minimize disruption. Verbal Cues: Some misbehavior just needs the use of non-verbal cues by the teacher to avoid disruption. Using eye contact with a misbehaving learner may be enough to stop them engaging in an unwanted behavior. Moving closer to a student may also be effective.