When communicating we should think about our choice of words, body language, eye contact, listening and how we respond. A young person will look to their teacher/support as a role model; therefore professional clear communication is very important. If a good relationship has been developed between students and their role models they are more likely to feel comfortable talking to them and will feel that they are approachable. More beneficial support to the young people is more likely and so this will have a good impact on learning and social skills. When communicating we should consider many things to be a positive effective role model.
Question 2: Communication is important to forming relationships with people. Explain how communication affects relationship in your care setting. Effective communication between adult social care workers (colleagues) is important because of the need to build trust and understanding between one another, this gives the ability to open up and ask questions on tasks or issues that are new or difficult to address with the added respect of other colleagues experience, thus enable good team building and sharing of information, also to have an attitude of sharing the work load making the job at hand and work life easier all round. This is also if not more important when supporting other people (service users) to promote that you are reliable and trustworthy. Listening and showing commitment that the persons best interests are at heart, with good time keeping and seeing tasks throw will build confidence with the service user.
ENABLING AND ASSESSING LEARNING The importance of assessment Assessment in their numerous forms are vital elements in the learning process. Assessment is typically used to obtain information and used appropriately, the variety of assessment methods and tools will identify the level at which the learner is starting out on their educational journey. They support the teacher in evaluating teaching methods and help in identifying that learning has taken place. Meaningful assessment tools also recognise gaps in learning to enable adaptation in materials to better meet the needs of the student. The different forms of assessment lend themselves to supporting this process.
2.1- Explain why it is important to find out an individual's communication, language needs ,wishes and preferences: It is important to find out an individual’s needs,wishes,and preferences because it allows the person to enable effective communication while trying to understand what an individual is trying to express. It also helps one to understand the individuals preferences based on such things like: beliefs,values and cultural background. This in turn helps avoid the individual from feeling excluded, frightened, distressed or frustrated.Finally it helps to support the individual to be fully
When in individuals communication being able to be organized and all of your ideas are in order will help make it easier for the receiver to understand. In a conflict disagreement you have to learn how to receive feedback and not get defensive on others views. Keeping a good tone and speaking clearing will help so that others are not frustrated because they are having a hard time
Self reflection is also knowing that I may need professional development in an area. This is needed so that I can be able to show unconditional positive regard, a non judgemental attitude and to be able to show empathy. Therefore it is important that I take time out to reflect in my performance and development. Self awareness can also be done in supervision or through peers. It helps to keep one’s mind fresh and with new ideas on how to deal with issues which I face during my sessions with a client.
It enables me to build good working relationships with my colleagues, and service users. It helps me to understand the needs and requests of the service-users, giving and receiving clear instructions helps prevent mistakes being made and misunderstandings that may take place. 1.3 - Explain why it is important to observe individuals reactions when communicating with them. It is important to observe an individual’s reaction when communicating because it will help you understand what they have said to you more and how they are feeling. You do this by noticing their facial expression and their body language.
Training and reflection will have positive effects for both the service user and the service provider. Reflective practice helps staff analyse complicated situations and help them make the best resolution. Analysing situations allow staff members to choose the best option that will benefit service users the most, allowing the care of them to be superior. Reflective practice also helps improve staff members’ problem solving skills. This means that the care of the service users will be improved since the staff are able to solve problems quickly and effectively.
This approach to discipline offers students a unique opportunity to explore and express their ideas and feelings in a non-evaluative, non-threatening environment, reflect on their own behaviour and make choices whether or not to change their behaviour and how to do so. * Through counseling, students get to know their boundaries. The preventive aspect of discipline is characterised by limit setting and the laying down of ground rules. If students are fully aware of the boundaries of what is considered acceptable or unacceptable behaviours and the consequences of breaking the rules, they are more likely to abide by the rules. Thus to function smoothly, counsellor are there to help so that students know what to expect and
Essay 1 – The Good Learner A good learner is an equally important component of the symbiotic relationship and roles between teacher and learner as is a good teacher. Many different attributes contribute to the psyche of a good learner, some of which come from within and others which are influenced or determined by the teacher. One of the most important attributes listed in section 1.3 is the desire for self learning. When this quality is present many of the other attributes such as motivation and willingness to learn; confidence to ask questions and flexibility and willingness to try different learning strategies come, to a degree, automatically. Good study habits can then be coached.