Equality, diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people Understand the importance of promoting equality and diversity in work with children and young people. 1.1 Identify the current legislations and codes of practice relevant to the promotion of equality and valuing of diversity. Every school/ nurseries must produce a range of policies outlining the procedures and guidelines of promoting equality in the school, taking into account the rights of all individuals, such as all staff, children and the wider community. The policies must show
It is important to attend to the Individual Educational programme and Individual Transition Plan meetings. When the learner moves from one educational level to another or from school to another etc, participate in the respective individual transition programme and give all the relevant information and documentation as to male this transition as smooth as possible. Help in promoting an inclusive community learner, together with Inclusion Coordinators, resource workers, teachers, specialists, parents, family and students, where every learner is valued and respected. Also, participate in hydro-therapy, speech therapy and any other
9. Members of the team must be creative and unafraid to share opinions, ideas, and suggestions. 10. Members of the team must avoid conflicts when challenges occur, and instead focus on overcoming those challenges. Teamwork can be a challenge because if you implicate the factors of teamwork ,with many different personality types and the issue of being a new nurse pulling everyone together there is trust issues, lack of communication because when you are new people are not really sure how to react around you.
Mlekani Wendie Gondwe QCF Level 2 Unit SHC 023 1.1 Explain what is meant by Diversity - Diversity means state of being varied. It pertains to the differences in culture, religion, disability, beliefs and attitudes of each individual in any group of people. All aspects of life respect differences and acceptance of human diversity. E.g. In schools you would find welcome signs in different language incorporating all languages that are inclusive in that particular school.
Using the Learner questionnaire as a guide I would collate all the information to aid me in designing the course. I would design a course that would cover all individual learning needs. I understand that all learners have a different preferred learning style whether it be visual auditory or kinaesthetic. I would consider what classroom layout would best suite my learner base and whether it conforms to current and required legislation. Secondly I feel the from my experience of going on many courses the environment you learn in can be a key factor.
This is considered pathos because it is a great amount of pressure writing a paper and can be very tedious. She wants her audience to feel a sense of liberation, and she also wants her audience to understand that she too knows how it feels to be put under pressure. Another point Alonso uses in pathos is when she supposed “Examinations can indeed deal with trivia, they can be badly conceived and thus can cause needless anxiety in the students who struggle to make sense out of poorly-written or poorly-focused questions”(198). She is saying she wants to show other people that exams are the biggest test a student can take and the struggle students have to face during exam time and or writing a paper for final exams. A final point Alonso speaks is “Most damaging of all, perhaps, is the fact that professors are human beings and therefore they will sometimes grade examinations unfairly” (198).
This is so that these barriers do not put a strain on the partnership and relationship parents and practitioners have. Barriers can lead to the parents becoming more emotional such as anger or show distress about it. Leading onto more prejudice attitudes and having different expectations on rules. It can all spiral out of control if not stopped, which not the help the child would reach their full potential as the child is the main focus, as their wellbeing is one of the most crucial part (paramount) while in the setting. Barriers come in many forms, such as when key persons are doing observations and planning.
As a public body they must also comply with the Equality Duty, this ensures that they consider the needs of all individuals in their daily work, in their employees and in delivering services. The Council has additional responsibilities to understand the effect their activities have on different individuals and groups of people. These policies applies to all council Members, all service users and those applying to access services; all contractors and sub contractors; and to all employees, whether part-time, full-time or temporary, and all job applicants. The Equality and Diversity Policy states that: “The council is committed to: • eliminating unlawful discrimination, harassment and victimisation; • advancing equality of opportunity; and • fostering good relations within and between our communities with a view to building good community relations” The Policy is in line with Council’s duties and responsibilities under the Equality Act 2010. “The aims are that: • All our existing and potential service users are treated
Alignment of Academic Standards with ELL Proficiency Standards Standards-based instruction or SBI is a very important part of the education reform today. The reason it is so important has to do with the fact that it shows a way to ensure that every student is exposed to curiculum that is both challenging and made to contribute to today’s complex world. SBI contains content standards witch tell what all students should know and be able to do at different levels of education. SBI gets teachers to raise expectations for all students and promotes the use of multiple assessment strategies in return this helps students to reach levels at different times and in different ways. SBI also requires a teacher to really differentiate her
It is important to me to become more knowledgeable regarding education events so I can defend my profession. “The National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education expects institutions to assess fairness and the belief that all students can learn” (National Council for Accrediation of Teacher Education, 2010). I believe the intensions of Race-to-the-Top are optimistic that our education system will benefit form the changes if and when they are put in place. Work Cited J, M. G., & Paulson, S. E. (2006). Relationships between High-Stakes Testing Policies and Student Achievement after Controlling for Demographic Factors in Aggregated Data.