Another way that this homework policy helps promote positive social interaction inside a second grade classroom is when graded assignments not picked up within two days should be discussed with the teacher. This discussion allows the student to explain the reason why the homework was not picked up and provide valuable opinions as to how this problem can be prevented in the future. A2. Self-Motivation The homework policy also includes that students buy a day planner and use class time learning how to use it. The use of the day planner promotes self-motivation because the students are learning how to manage their time in school and at home to be able to complete their homework.
Children will have a one on one session with their teachers so that the teachers will be able to ask questions and so will the student. There will also be small assignments that will be completed in class as well as homework that is sent home so that the children can continue to practice their skills and continue to increase their learning curve. There will also be short question and answer sessions so that the teacher can make notations of where the children need more assistance. Each method will be used for each child. The teachers will observe the children during free play and during assigned activities so that they can make valid notations and observations about the cognitive development of the child.
I think that home visits with children and their families, supports literacy learning in the classroom and strengthens school/home partnerships. You really learn so much just from doing one home visit with a child. You not only learn things about children that you never would have known but you also learn their families and what they believe in. You get to see where the child comes from; and by knowing things like this, it can help you understand the child in the classroom more. You can also see if the children have any books at home.
E1: There are many parts to the role of the practitioner when they are meeting children’s learning needs some of these are working with families, providing a positive environment, and the children wellbeing. Working with families”, you should always make sure that you are approachable and friendly towards all parents so that they are happy about leaving their child with you” (Tassoni, 1999, pg. 315). This helps to meet children’s learning needs as the child’s primary career has a better understanding of the child and may be able to support the child when they are at home. I have seen this at placement where they run parent consolation’s twice a term, and if the teacher needs to see the primary career, they arrange meeting.
A learning support practitioner or teaching assistant could contribute to the planning of an activity simply by an informal discussion with the teacher about what weekly and daily activities will be taking place., This form of planning is known as short term and would be the most likely that a teaching assistant would be involved in, The teacher may put some time aside to discuss each week’s activities with the teaching assistant, This would allow for any suggestions to be made on how to improve or change thing, Teaching assistants should have a clear understanding of the learning objective for each activity and know what they should be doing to help the children achieve this. Working with special needs children in the class so the planning will have different aims to other children and will also require more support. It is more likely that teachers will do long term planning themselves but they may involve learning support workers in medium term. This again may be by chatting informally but could also involve the teaching assistant attending some sort of a meeting. Other teachers and T.A’s from the same year group may be present here to share suggestions and advice.
This will promote their social and emotional development as the children are learning social skills as they will be more involved in the class for example setting up a café in the setting will help the children to learn to take on different roles and to work as part of a team. Practitioners can also offer practical help such as access to spare clean clothes/shoes, free school meals, lend learning resources and hand out reading books as some children may not have access to a book at home. Practitioners need to work in partnership with parents in order to understand the situation the family are in and so that they can support the needs within the setting. To gain the parents trust the practitioner must demonstrate appropriate respect when discussing the family situation. Practitioners must also be sensitive and respect confidentiality.
Policies should be written with the child's emotional well-being at the centre. It is very important to work closely with parents/carers encouraging them to stay and to support their children and ensure that children and their families feel comfortable about being part of the school. The staff should help children to find their way around the nursery, introduce them to different areas indoors and outdoors as well as get children know and make sure they understand daily routine e.g. snack procedures, using toilets, story time, tidy up time, home time. The staff should be aware of the children’s needs, interests, what they like to play with, and provide activities which reflect their needs and interests and support children through group times.
For example, I would host a family day where the students can bring their parent s to school for the day. I would also spend time with my students outside of class like attending recreational, sporting, and birthday parties to bond with them on a more personal level. 2. I will support and encourage my students and teach them how to love and care for one another. In my classroom, I would promote a loving environment
Childminding is caring and watching children usually from 0-8 years of age. Childminders can be hired on part -time or full-time basics. Childminders are trained, insured and qualified in first aid. E2 Using childminding in a home environment can be more flexible than other forms of childcare which is a benefit for parents who have to work out of school hours and need someone to look after their child after or before school. Also for parents who have young children and cannot yet get them into a school or nursery due to their age, so need someone to care for their child while at work.
Preference for homeschooling over traditional schooling outline Introduction: Homeschooling is currently becoming a progressively popular method of education throughout the United States. Numerous parents are making the decision to teach their children at home instead of taking the traditional approach to education. Thesis: Homeschooling is more effective than traditional schooling because it allows parents to design a particularized curriculum for their child, decreases the social pressures of the traditional school environment and offers the convenience of schedule flexibility for both the parent as well as the child. I. Homeschooling provides parents with the ability to design and teach lessons in accordance with their child’s abilities, learning style and/or special needs. A.