Caula Rogers Eng-105 English Composition 1 03/30/2014 Dr. Victoria Smith Impact of ADHD on a Child’s Schooling Children with ADHD generally have trouble in school, only because school causes many trials for children with ADHD. ADHD is not a learning disorder; however it can cause children to have problems with learning. Furthermore, children with ADHD have an excessive rate of learning disorders and will have problems with other school-work like calculation and following a long with his/her teacher during direct instructional time. But with enduring and an efficient plan, the child will be capable of succeeding in the classroom. ADHD negatively can affect a child’s social and emotional behavior and the ability to control them in a positive manner in a school environment.
CHILDREN SITUATION VERBAL RESPONSE NON-VERBAL RESPONSE I have a 8 year old child with autism, in my reading group on a Thursday afternoon, he was upset at being taking out of music lesson, he was crying and getting all worked up and started acting out. I explained that he needed to do his reading, but I understood why he was upset and angry, I said that he could just read 2 or 3 pages and he could go back to the lesson. I also promised that from then onwards I would take him for his reading on a Thursday morning. I kneelt down in front of him at eye level, I placed my hand on his to reassure him he was not in trouble, and so he could see that I was making a promise. Child loses jacket, he is very upset and worried that if he doesn’t find it, his mum will be angry with him.
Understand how to communicate with children, young people and adults 3. Understand legislation, policies and procedures for confidentiality and sharing information, including data protection Assignment coverage |Task name |Learning outcomes covered | |A – Communication and relationships |1.1 explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships | | |with children, young people and adults | | |1.2 explain the principles of relationship building with children, young people and adults | | |1.3 explain how different social, professional and cultural contexts may affect relationships| | |and the way people communicate. | |B - Communication |2.1 explain the skills needed to communicate with children and young people | | |2.2 explain how to adapt communication
She understands that people come from different environments and everyone can learn; they just need to be motivated. Mary once blamed the poor academic skills the students have today on things like drugs and divorce for poor motivation and concentration. She describes starting the day with concentration principles buy the way she walks into her class. If her style of teaching doesn’t work then she will fail the student. Mary’s son a High School senior was in the jeopardy of flunking English.
Families, along with their children, are the program” (Menza-Gonzalez, 2009). Educators who understand child development in perspective to family and community rely on competency to organize an early childhood program which incorporates effective developmentally approved practices which incorporate family and community into the “whole child” approach. “School readiness is, of course, a concern for everybody, but professionals with a child development back-ground often come at it from a different angle than some other professionals and families by recognizing that social-emotional development is vitally tied to cognitive development” (Menza-Gonzalez, 2009). Socially, a child learns to relate to family, peers, teachers and other members of the community through a range of human emotions, interactions, and transitions over the years of development. Emotionally, children
(Beith.K et al,Pg.2, Level 2 certificate for the Children and young people’s workforce, 2010, Heinemann, Harlow) When I work with children I communicate with children and young people to build relationships, verbal or non-verbal communication may be used to help children and young people feel welcome and valued, and to co-ordinate activities. Effective communication is required for children and young people to encourage positive behaviour and K.Beith states that practitioners will communicate “to give instructions to children so that they understand what is required of them in routines and activities, such as emergency practices and outings” (Beith.K et al,Pg.3, Level 2 certificate for the Children and young people’s workforce, 2010, Heinemann, Harlow) Early years practitioners communicate regularly with parents to build relationships and to share information. Communication between parents and practitioners can help the setting provide adequate care and provision for their children. Early years practitioners also communicate with parents to give them information about the setting
----------------------- CACHE LEVEL 3 Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Communication and professional relationships with children, young people and adults. TDA 3.1 1. Understand the principles of developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. 1. Effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults in all aspects of life and at any age whether it would be with relatives, friends, neighbours, colleagues or even total strangers.
2. Cite examples of how language awareness fosters school-age children’s language progress Verbal communication and language awareness is important and it plays a major role in developing their brains, connections and is crucial to development in young children. Daily reading, writing as well as language based plays improve their listening, speaking and language skills and also to help cope with issues such as social or emotional problems. 3. List some teaching practices that foster children’s achievement and some that undermine it.
NAEYC Codes of Ethics Core Values *Appreciate childhood as a unique and valuable stage of the human life. Appreciating childhood could affect teaching in the classroom because you would know how to teach them better. I think that you would also be able to come up with more developmentally appropriate activities for the children. *Base our work on knowledge of how children develop and learn. By basing knowledge on how children develop and learn, it can help make more developmentally appropriate activities.
Creative Curriculum Foundation Diane Trister Dodge a preschool educator in 1979 introduce to the world The Creative Curriculum, she believed that the approach provided teachers with the support of making their goals co-inside in the classroom, by having appropriate developmentally practice and learning that is active for children that’s geared towards social competence. The curriculum holds a balance, teacher-directed and child-initiated learning which response to the learning styles of children and emphasizing on their strengths and interests. Dodge believed that the roles of families are valuable to the learning process. A bridge between home and school are valuable because it builds the foundation for how the child will learn and acquire information. Teachers who truly value the family’s role in a child’s education, and recognize how much they can accomplish by working with families, can build a true partnership (Dodge, Colker, and Heroman, 2002, pg.