The reason for these policies are to promote positive behaviour and all schools have policies on : • Behaviour • Bullying • Child Protection • Equal Opportunities As a TA it is our responsibility to find out about the role of staff, rewards and sanctions and training. To develop a harmonious learning environment appropriate rules, need to be established and enforced, behaviour plans and most importantly pupils to be involved in the process. I feel if learners understand why rules are important then there is a greater chance that they will follow these rules. Rogers 1998, 1995 ''Shared rights, shared responsibilities and shared rules'. At Parkway Primary School a lot of verbal praise is given and I have done this many
Bully Prevention Plan Laying the foundation of early childhood education is very vital and prominent in the social, physical, and emotional development of a child. As a teacher implementing a warm, safe enviorment and setting a good traits, such as EEDA character traits, in the classroom can help avoid bullying among children. Bullying has become a serious issue in early childhood education and all aspects of a childs development. Bullying can be defined as exposing another person to either verbal or physical harm, or threatening to harm another person with the purpose of controlling the other person’s thoughts and/or actions. Someone who uses bullying looks and most of the time acts like a typical child, but a bully can be defined as a person who is habitually cruel or overbearing, especially to smaller or weaker people.
Good communication skills are essential for early childhood educators. This essay outlines how good communication skills provide advancement in student skill, through proper practices of collaboration between childhood educators, students, and parents through good communication. Classroom communication can be defined as a process of information shared that consists of verbal and nonverbal transactions between teacher and students, or between and among students, in a classroom setting (Kearns, 2012, p.33). Firstly, this forms the basis of skills essential for educators to increase student educational success. Secondly, children increase social and cognitive development from positive influences that are communicated by teachers.
Worksheet 2 2.1 Describe roles and responsibilities of school governors, senior management team, other statutory roles (eg. SENCO), teachers, support staff | Roles | Responsibilities | School governors | Promote effective ways of teaching and learning, help raise pupils’ standards of achievement. | Performance of the school, planning school’s future direction, selecting the head teacher, to make decisions on the schools budget and staffing including the performance management policy. Making sure the Curriculum is well taught. Deciding how the school can encourage pupils’ spiritual, moral and cultural development | Senior management team | Work with the Headmaster which shares the responsibilities for all aspects of school leadership and management.
TDA 2.9 1. Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people’s positive behaviour. In the school when managing behaviour, all members of staff need to be aware of school polices and procedures. School have to make sure that all children in the school understand how they expected to behave to kind and considerate manner and also encourage them to learn in a positive environment. The policies include guidance: Behaviour policy :( Promoting appropriate behaviour in the children and discouraging inappropriate behaviour) The school’s behaviour policy is very important because this policy gives guidelines to all members of staff how they can manage children behaviour.
6/8/2015 6/8/2015 Siara Darga PS340 Exceptional needs children Siara Darga PS340 Exceptional needs children School Wide Positive Behavior Support SWPBS/PBIS School Wide Positive Behavior Support SWPBS/PBIS “PBIS is a systems approach to creating and maintaining positive school climates where teachers can teach and students can learn. This evidence-based framework emphasizes preventing school discipline problems. [It] provides ideas to support teaching, modeling and recognizing positive, appropriate behavior in schools and identifies systems for logically responding to classroom and individual student problems” (Dept. of Education. n.d.).
Duties and responsibilities of own work role..... SUPPORT FOR THE SCHOOL Responsibilities and duties is to create safe, happy, positive and stimulating learning environment that children can be cared for. To beware and to follow the school policies and procedures relating to child protection, health and safety, school rules, behaviour policy, confidentiality and data protection, reporting any concerns to an appropriate person. To ensure all children and young people have equal access to opportunities to learn and develop. To respect and support the role of other professionals. Keeping up to date with change procedures and practice by attending meetings and training.
• Allows teachers to focus on learning instead of discipline. • This takes away from teaching time because you are preparing rules and procedures. Kagan, Kyle, and Scott's "Win-Win Discipline" • It helps bring out the potential of the students even through disciplining them. • It is very clear for expectations that are passed to the students. • It stresses the importance of using the classroom to help the students overcome negative attitudes.
Sadly the menace is happening also in school set up .This papers discusses how peer counseling education can be used to intervene to curb in a school set-up 2.0 Discussion 2.1 Definitions Character education is teaching children about basic human values, including honesty, kindness, generosity, courage, freedom, equality, and respect. The goal is to raise children to become morally responsible, se lf-disciplined citizens (Lockwood,1993). Character education is the deliberate effort to develop good character based on core virtues that are good for the individual and good for society(Turiel,1993) Character education is any deliberate approach by which school personnel, often in conjunction with parents and community members help children and youth become caring, principled, and responsible (Bahm,1993). Bullying is a form of aggressive behavior manifested by the use of force or coercion to affect others, particularly when the behavior is habitual and involves an imbalance of power. It can include verbal harassment, physical assault or coercion and may be directed repeatedly towards particular victims, perhaps on grounds of race, religion, gender, sexuality, or ability.
At the heart of these statements is the ultimate aim of helping all our children achieve the Desired Outcomes of Education. Students * Value education and want to learn, desiring to get the most out of the experience schools offer * Stand firmly by what is right, having understood what is right and wrong from parents and teachers * Respect authority and have a sound sense of civic responsibility * Work well independently and with others, with purpose, passion and pride in their work * Demonstrate spirit of caring and sharing towards others * Have identity and pride as Singaporeans Parents/Grandparents * Support schools in their efforts to educate the child * Take ultimate responsibility for the upbringing of their children/grandchildren and set good examples for them to follow * Instill a sense of responsibility in their children/grandchildren, helping them to become good citizens * Show care and concern for their children/grandchildren by being interested in what they do Teachers * Inspire love for Singapore in students * Care deeply for the