I even cheer them on when they struggle with a task. To develop a sense of independence and pride, I let the children each day choose the classroom helpers. There are many tasks that the children are able to choose from. I structure the environment to offer opportunities for children to share information about themselves, their families, and experiences. I make it easier for the children to explore new experiences and the environments by making them feel assured of the support and availability of me, thus increasing his confidence.
Right when fertilization occurs, all of the child’s genes are set. Fertilization starts pregnancy. Blastocysts are thin walled hollow structures that contain a cluster of cells called the inner cell mass, where the embryo will form. Implantation is when the blastocyst attaches itself to the wall of the uterus. The embryo will remain one until the eighth week of pregnancy, when it becomes a fetus.
Children tend to role play themselves through play playing schools and playing the role of teachers, playing mums and dads, etc so this proves that the way in which adults behave has a strong impact on how children look up to adults as role models. Having strong role models gives children security throughout their life. Teachers as role models help the child learn about rules,
Children depend on adults (who also are as healthy as possible) to make healthy choices for them and to teach them to make healthy choices for themselves. Teaching: Children benefit most when their teachers have high levels of formal education and specialized early childhood professional preparation. Families: Young children’s learning and development are integrally connected to their families. Consequently, to support and promote children’s optimal learning and development, programs need to recognize the primacy of children’s families, establish relationships with families based on mutual trust and respect, support and involve families in their children’s educational growth, and invite families to fully participate in the program. Community: As part of the fabric of children’s communities, an effective program establishes and maintains reciprocal relationships with agencies and institutions that can support it in achieving its goals for the curriculum, health promotion, children’s transitions, inclusion, and diversity.
This is important in children to build their creativity and language skills by learning how to get their ideas across to others. In the work setting it is also very important to share ideas and thoughts, perhaps about a new activity or a way to tackle a challenging child. Good communication is essential in order in work effectively with small children and parents. Without communication it would be impossible to meet the needs of not only the children we would be caring for but also the parents who put their trust in you to take care of their most precious gift of all. Having good communication skills helps us to build strong relationships with not only the children we would be caring for but also the parents and colleagues.
It enables children to interact and participate in a variety of projects to encourage creativity and independence. This is a good strategy as it encourages children to construct their knowledge through the relationships they build with others and the surrounding environment. ‘’It is an approach where the expressive arts play a central role in learning and where a unique reciprocal learning relationship exists between practitioner and child’’. www.educationscotland.gov.uk/ (21/11/13). It is an important aspect to carry out when allowing children to play, as it encourages children to be independent learners, and allows them to understand and learn about life and the world.
I would say very positive words to the babies or I would just show them lots of love. For example I would hug them or I would play with them were I am putting a smile on their face I would also praise them with words like well done, good girl or good boy I would say I am very happy with you.Review effectiveness of own contribution to the assessment of the development needs of a child or young person:Working in teams: we work as a team in baby room we all communicate with each other so when we are doing are key children’s folders when we do are tracking and everything if there was a member of staff that doesn’t understand I would help or another member of staff would help them. When we are in the classroom we work as a team if a child threw up one staff would go change them and then I would clean it up and another member staff would make sure the children do not come to were the accident happen because it is a hazard for them.Understanding own roles and responsibilities for contributing to and or/ maintaining record keeping
I enjoy artistic and creative activities. In any spare time I enjoy card making and painting. I also encourage my children to busy themselves with art and craft activities such as painting, sticking and gluing, model making, creating jewellery etc. We also enjoy cooking and baking as a family, teaching children about healthy living and eating and numerous life skills in a fun and engaging way. I hope to complete the Level 2 Children and Young Peoples Workforce Course equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to work in any setting with young children.
The movie showed that the boy was able to assess the difficulty in performing these tasks on the basis of the instructions and expended a lot of energy in completing them. The old man through feedback evaluated and measured his performance and the boy gained proficiency through practice. Thus, we understand from the movie that performance is a process of accomplishing tasks by defining the tasks clearly, assessing the challenges and perfecting through practice and periodic measurement and evaluation. Q2. Why and how was this boy able to learn to this level?
Group workouts, particularly are a fun way of engaging the children in various kinds of exercise and enriching them with knowledge pertaining to health and wellness. Additionally, there are multiple life lessons and personal values kids can learn from the spirit of teamwork- self esteem, self concept, social interaction skills amongst others. One of the values I have learnt through collective workouts is inspiring and drawing inspiration from other members to be a fitter and better