Philosophy Statement I love being a part of a child’s growth and development. I believe children learn best through spontaneous, meaningful, safe play. I believe it helps them to grow and develop in a positive way. I believe this type of play helps their social skills, their brain development and their self help, just to name a few. Play promotes curiosity, discovery, and problem solving, which helps develop a positive self image for the individual child.
Assessment criteria 3.2 Social organisations and relationships within the class room are again another great learning tool. If you group children together and work with them on tasks within the curriculum, they will start to develop a strong learning relationship. You could see that the group dynamics will often change on particular tasks, where a more confident child on this task will take lead over a more confident child on another task. If the children see the adults within the class react well and interact with other children, they will get a better response from them. Children are put into groups in order to give them the best learning potential and for their learning to be appropriate for their age and level of understanding.
You must be professional and approachable to children giving them lots of praise and eye contact. If you do this the child feels comfortable around you. If the child feels happy and comfortable and able to trust you then you are making the right impression on them. Allowing the child to come to you when they feel uncomfortable or they need assistance with something. Children tend to role play themselves through play playing schools and playing the role of teachers, playing mums and dads, etc so this proves that the way in which adults behave has a strong impact on how children look up to adults as role models.
1) Be able to develop positive relationships with children and young people. 1.1) Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained? Having a positive relationship with children and young people are important because: • Children feel comfortable with us so they can separate easier from their parents. • Children are more likely to participate in play and activities if they secure emotionally. • Children are less likely to show unwanted behaviour.
How to monitor children and young people's development and interventions that should take place if this is not following the expected pattern. There are a number of ways to monitor children, observation methods are: check lists, are popular because they are easy to use they can focus on a particular aspect of child development. the observer either watches the child as they play or asks the child to do something like hop on one foot if the child can do it then the observer ticks the box. Events record, this is to look at when unwanted behaviour is used be a child, a prepared sheet of paper is drawn up before hand with the type of information that needs to be collected a column for each piece of information, when the behaviour is seen. time sampling, time sampling is done over a morning or afternoon it allows the observer to gain a better picture of the child.
Cognitive development is tied into physical and social interactions in the preschool years as children are constructing view of the world and actions in the preschool years as children are constructing a view of the world and discovering concepts. Play also enables children to sort through conflicts and deal with anxieties, fears, and disturbing feelings in an active, powerful way. Adults contribute to the development of children’s sense of initiative in several ways. Adutls are responsible for setting up the environments for children’s play and making sure it is safe for everybody in it. There has been a movement for many years to include children with disabilities with their peers in schools, preschools, and child care center.
Practitioners need to praise children and encourage them to succeed in their learning and give them the support they need. Practitioners need to build positive relationship with not only their key children and other children in their setting but also with the children’s parents this gives them a better chance of giving children more support at home. See appendix 1. At the setting parents can get involved and this will benefit planning for the child as parents know their children better than anyone and they will know their likes and dislikes and will be able to help them with their development. See appendix 2 .
Lauren Fowler Pin: 30199220 OP2.17 1.1. Describe why creative development is important to children’s learning. Creative development is important to children’s development and learning because it helps your child to use their mind and imagination to express their own ideas. Even playing with their friends is also helping your child to understand that all family’s and cultures can be different. It also helps your child to make connections in their thinking and the way in which problem are solved.
Above, I stated why the topics should be addressed and how important it is for children to have organizations to help better themselves, by being healthy, social, a developing the skills that they should by having open play and encounter with parents, friends, teachers and families. Next, information was given on how important nurture can be for children. Children receive nurturing through social-emotional development and cognitive growth development. Then we went on to discuss the long-term goals, which I believe that they will excel to the highest extreme. Last, we discussed the effectiveness and showed evidence of how it will be effective.
Unit CYPCore3.5 - Develop positive relationships with children, young people and others involved in their care 1.1 Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained Positive relationships with children and young people are important because it is good way of them developing in their earlier years. They are mostly built in the earlier years as most places have key workers, so each member of staff has key children. They can be also built up by finding the Childs interests, how they like being greeted, knowing their sense of humour and taking time to play, talk with the child. Communication in my setting is so important as it is essential that we have