Spanking helps to teach our kids right from wrong and what path they should follow, if the spanking is a negative treatment that stops them from doing things like, fighting, stealing, lying and any other negative behaviour that will make them not want to do it anymore. It will teach them that the consequences of that behaviour are good and they won’t do it anymore, so child spanking is not abusive it is teaching and instructing. Spanking long term consequences can cause increased aggressiveness in children which is what you would see in an abusive
Their self-conscience is highly regarded as conceited which can cause personal distortion. Generally these added pressures serve as only distractions in a child’s development, but can have adverse effects if they are not addressed. Peer groups are capable of aiding children during this difficult period, but there are some peers that influence risky behaviors. The adolescent starts believing that if risky behavior is not harming their friends, then it will not harm them and some risk taking can lead to greater peer acceptance. One benefit would be that it can also help relieve the so-called maturity gap between physical and social maturity by mimicking adult behaviors, thereby affirming personal independence.
Resilience is about being independent, standing on your own two feet or taking back the power. It is important because it can help reverse some of the effects that bullying can have on children and young people. It is also a life skill and will be useful to a child in many areas of life, it will give them confidence not only to stand up for themselves but also to champion the rights of others, it can help to increase the child’s value in themselves and helps to promote and restore self-esteem. If children are resilient they will be able to cope better with problems, they will have better health and they will be happier and more fulfilled. They will also be less likely to develop emotional problems like depression or anxiety.
It would appear as if the children in group 2 had not learnt the aggressive behaviour as it was not imitated which would challenge the idea that we learn through observation. However a repeated study showed that learning had taken place regardless of the observed consequences. Although for a child to reproduce it they would have to be motivated by a reward. This supports the motivation aspect of social learning theory: if a child thinks it will be punished motivation is low. When they think a reward is available motivation to copy is high.
When effective communication is missing, this can cause teachers to misunderstand or be ignorant of the child’s needs; further more pupils may not feel listened too. This could result in the pupil feeling worried or angry. Teachers need to form positive approach and effective communication to help children understand the boundaries expected of them. Sharing information means parents develop a clear appreciation of their child’s true strengths, showing the child that parent and teacher both want the ultimate goal for the child, leaving the child to feel comfortable about making mistakes and acting accordingly to put them right and voicing this to the teachers to allow teachers to help in areas needed. The two way key effective communications are verbal and nonverbal.
Having effective communication is quite possibly the most important way to develop a positive relationship with a child, young person or adult. The pace at which pupils learns will vary and so some may struggle and have confidence based issues in the classroom. This can cause a breakdown in communication with a teacher or teaching assistant and have a detrimental effect on school work. In order to prevent such a breakdown it is important to develop a relationship with a pupil by being calm, positive and have a gentle manner. This way it is possible to gain trust and respect, and therefore be able to help them in their school life.
The only negative I see in the self-contained setting is the fact that the kids are sometimes cut off from the general education students. Socializing and interacting with other students is very important during a student’s educational experience. This is the time where kids learn to be tolerant of other people’s differences and learn to work with others. The inclusive classroom to me should only be prescribed on a case by case basis. I feel it is a good idea in theory but in some cases it is just not a reasonable solution to me.
The self-fulfilling prophecy is a prediction that comes true simply by it being made, which leads to a student’s underachievement. If teachers have low expectations of certain children and they are aware of these expectations, these children may develop a negative self-concept. They may come to see themselves as failures and give up trying, thereby fulfilling their original prophecy and leading to underachievement. Studies show that self-fulfilling prophecy is particularly less likely to occur when children are streamed. Streaming involves separating children into different ability groups or classes called 'streams'.
Challenging behavior can be lots, hitting, kicking, spitting, and pulling hair or anything that is aggressive, confrontational and also children that don't want to take part where a teacher thinks they should. Mitigate means to make less severe, serious or painful, spreading out the challenging behavior so staff can deal with what's going on. Reinforcing positive behavior is following B.F. Skinner’s theories of positive enforcement. This works as children respond more to positive enforcement than to punishment. Children need not be given a reward each time so making the child strive for a reward but with this approach there needs to be a threat of punishment to keep the child from reverting to their old
Summary: In “Justice: Childhood Love Lessons”, bell hooks notes that grownups, with their ways of discipline; often confuse children about the concept of love. (27). I agree with bell hooks; children are taught love is as simple as giving a hug or sharing your toys but when they are abused by their guardians with explanations such as “I do this became I love you” it will confuse them great deal. 2. Direct Quotation: bell hooks says, “Being hurt by parenting adults rarely alters a child’s desire to be loved and be loved by them [parents].