Carl Rogers, The author of the essay “Communication: Its Blocking and its Facilitation”, presents the idea that communication between people today is struggling. Rogers states that the “major factors in blocking or impending communication” is due to “our very natural tendency to judge” other people’s thoughts, ideas, and opinions without ever being in their shoes (419). Rogers goes in depth on the overlaying problems of communication these days but also gives us various ways to help us communicate on a new level of understanding. When communicating with individuals, we must listen and not immediately judge the person. Rogers puts blame on this as one of the biggest reasons for communication breakdown.
Deep Freeze cannot be uninstalled by the simply manual operation. We need the password to uninstall it, which is generated at the time of downloading the software program. If we cannot remember the password, then we will not be able to uninstall the program. Most of the time, we forget the password and then we cannot uninstall the application. So, we need something different for uninstalling the program.
Unit 1 Understanding Youth Work Practice and Principles 6.3/6.1 There are key elements of my organisation’s child protection policy and procedures such as our staff development and the learners/young people themselves which are vital to our college and protecting our learners/young people. Our staff development days are hugely important; the college ensures that all staff are fully trained and aware of our child protection policy and safe guarding procedures ensuring we safeguard our learners/young people. All staff must complete safe guarding 1 during induction to recognise the signs of abuse and neglect, all sessions are mandatory and further sessions are put on throughout the year ensuring all staff have a chance to attend. Staff must later complete safe guarding 2, which is an online test then safe guarding 3, which takes the form of case studies and aims to fill in areas which staff might not have understood fully. Another key element to our college is the learners/young people.
It allows the campus to focus on achieving their goal. On my campus our administrator has also implemented an Honor Code that I believe helps to get student buy in to the ultimate goal of the Vision Statement. Our Honor Code is simply stated “How do You Live Your Life When no One is Watching?” Our administrator stresses the importance for teachers to model the Honor Code so that students will also see how important it is to have a plan or a goal that is value centered. When you think about how you live while no one else is watching you feel compelled to do the right thing. Ultimately we as human beings want to do what is right so as a constant reminder the Honor Code is posted all over the school.
Child protection policy: Being alert to signs of abuse and to understand my responsibility to report any signs of abuse to the designated safeguarding officer. Reason: To establish and maintain an environment that is safe and secure for all of the young people. Equal opportunities policy: My role is to deal with any prejudice-related incidents that may occur, to support all pupils in the classroom including those with disabilities and those whom English is an additional language and to keep up to date with equalities legislation relevant to my work. I must also report any incidents in which I believe do not follow equal opportunities legislation. Reason: To see that all students are of equal value, to respect differences, to share a sense of cohesion, to ensure staff retention and development, to remove inequalities that may already exist, to consult others widely and to benefit society as a whole.
All learners should be given equal rights to participate in all activities of learning regardless of age, sex, religion and race. Equality: Equality is making sure that every student is treated in the same way and their needs are met in different ways. All learners are entitled to education according their needs, regardless of any difference. * A teacher has to be aware of the different learning styles of each student and be patient, listen and help learners overcome their learning difficulties. Learning challenges should be set appropriate to different pupils, promoting equality through different teaching methods.
A summary of the relevant Acts of Parliament and statutory frameworks, codes of practice and guidelines, and an example of a local school's inclusion policy is at Annex A. Legislation provides a mandatory framework for the rights of the child which everyone in the community is obliged to abide by and describes the rights to which all children are entitled and which communities must support and promote though our schools. The legislation prohibits discrimination against children on grounds of race, disability, gender, sexual orientation, (through the Human Rights and Equality Acts,) and Special Educational Need, (SEN, often combined with Disability as SEND). The lead in the community channel is taken by our schools, where the statutory duty to ensure that all pupils have equal access to the curriculum enables, through properly thought out policies, the fulfilment of the community's wishes that all of our children be included in, and have equal access to, all of the school's activities and opportunities. Inclusion, valuing and promoting cultural diversity and, equality of opportunity policies all contribute to raising achievement and improving participation, particularly among black and minority ethnic groups and this is particularly evident in my borough of Tower Hamlets where performance in all areas has been raised since 1998, when it was mostly well below local and national averages, to the current day where it meets or exceeds them.
Language is constantly changing and evolving and we should accept the changes in language instead of tying ourselves down. The most important thing is to make sure that people understand you however you spell the words. We need tools which recognize different spellings - a kind of advanced autocorrect. Lee Simmons (author of text 2) thinks that without rules for correct spelling society would fall apart and you would never be able to be certain that you understood anything that you read correctly. When you write to people, besides your friends, you should do them the courtesy of spelling correctly so they will not have any trouble reading your text, it will also seem more professional.
1 “All Students whatever the severity of the disability should be educated at a regular school site in a general education classroom among their non-disabled peers” At the present time, students with severe and multiple disabilities are taught in a variety of settings, from totally segregated to fully inclusive. The doctrine of the least restrictive environment (LRE), as applied to students with severe and multiple disabilities has usually resulted in placement in a special education classroom within a regular school. Now an increasing number of leaders in the field of severe and multiple disabilities are advocating for full inclusion for these students. It, therefore, becomes necessary to review the suggestion that “All students whatever the severity of the disability should be educated at a regular school site in a general education classroom amongst their non-disabled peers”. Successful collaboration is essential if all students whatever the severity of the disability should be educated at regular school site in a general education classroom among their non-disabled peers or are to be fully included in schools and community settings.
What do the standards focus on? The fundamental principle of the standards is to clarify the obligations of education and training providers ensuring that students with disabilities are able to access same rights in education without discrimination and are treated with dignity. UNICEF 2007 promotes the rights of students with disabilities. The document spells out the services the person or a child in education or society would receive. It emphasizes upon enjoying the benefits of education and training in a supportive environment which values and encourages participation by all students, irrespective of disabilities.