We also have codes of practice and regulations to stick to within the home. Taking time to learn and understand the personal beliefs of the service users we care for is very important to deliver the best quality of care. Asking questions to the service user or their family is an advantage. You should keep an open mind at all times and never dismiss or put down a belief as this would obstruct the quality of the standard of care you deliver to the service user. I believe I have a quite good knowledge and understanding of meeting standards with the care I deliver to our service users and meeting the standards expected within my role as a carer.
My schedule consisted of waking up early every day and taking a 1.5 mile run, followed by taking 500 jump shots, a similar exercise Kobe performed during his high school career. Conquering the fear of failure became an imaginary bond between Kobe and I. I knew that working hard all summer honed my physical and mental edge on the court. When tryouts came around, the odds were against me, as the team roster had been established, but I did my best Kobe impersonation and played harder than anyone else on the court. I made the team because just like Kobe, I wasn’t going to fail. This experience taught me to have fortitude, and to always strive for my dreams.
I know as a future health and physical education teacher, this is an extremely valuable insight to have. For me the key to everything I want to teach my students is based on personal values and ideas about individual health and fitness. I do truly believe that if having a healthy mind and body wasn’t important to me, I would never be successful in relaying that concept to my students. I also know that as educators, we need to keep in mind that each of our students are individuals and we cannot expect them to find value in all of our teachings. However, keeping that in mind, if we are creative in helping them to discover said values, they will have better chance of learning to appreciate them.
Coming from a large family of eleven siblings some younger and some older we all have to look after each other at one time or another, I’ve learnt to care for others, give guidance and protection when needed, empathise with others when in distress, agree and disagree to voice my opinion, to give advise when needed, to support and to be a good role model. I believe this experience I can take to my practise and I’ll be able to pass on my best qualities of caring for and being compassionate to other. I believe all this can affect my working practise in good and
A large part of my communication is listening. Listening to parents concerns about their child from potty training to their diet. Listening to children about their concerns. In my role I will also have to have effective communication with our governing body OFSTED. When they visit I have to be able to ensure I deliver effectively the merits of my setting.
Family plays an important role in our emotional, physical and spiritual development since each individual in the family system impacts and is impacted by the others. Family therapy is also imperative for this family it will help the family resolve a specific issue and help address the role that family plays in an individual’s life. Family therapy will help them to understand how their family functions, improve communication skills, make the entire family stronger and identify strengths and weaknesses within the family system and set goals and develop strategies to resolve challenges. (Family Therapy What Is It? 2011) I recommend daycare for the children.
Values My personal values provide a reference for what is good, beneficial, useful, important and constructive to my family. Some values generate my behavior and helps me with family problems or issues and also with how I wish to raise my children today. Over time, I have found it to be very important in my day-to-day life. It helps me lay a foundation down of tradition, custom and family values. Values are what you want and need to achieve the goals you set for yourself and your family.
My plans are to not only use education as a tool to prepare myself for a profession, but also to help me become a self sufficient individual who is fully prepared for life. Continuing my education in counseling has been my ultimate goal. Now, I will be able to help others by providing the necessary orientation in aspects of life such as: marriage, substance abuse that can make a difference in society. My parents did not realize all the important values I had learned from them. I believe that those values lead me to pursue my goals.
I would help the child to see that just because their parents and grandparents are education to a certain extent, doesn’t mean that’s how it has to be for them. I would encourage them to set their own goals and to work toward creating their own identity. Another way that I would help these students overcome generational poverty is to help them set goals, both short term, and long term. I would help them set some serious goals for their life and for their education in hopes that those goals will stay in their mind and push them to work as hard as they can to be successful and overcome the life that generations before them have laid out for
Also if there ever come a time when I have to deal with a child when they are being rude, I would have to be patient with the child and also try to get the child to trust me. Although when I go into my field, I would like to learn how to better understand each individual child's problem and learn how to deal with it. My major has been a huge part of my life on how I would better myself as well as being a great early childhood development