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.
Unit 010 - Support Children and Young People's Positive Behavior 1.1 - Describe the policies and procedures of the setting relevant to promoting children and young people's positive behavior In the setting relevant, the policies and procedures in promoting children and young peoples positive behavior is stated clearly on page 6 of the policies and procedures. The setting relevant has made it their aim to provide an environment for children to feel happy and stimulated, in order to prevent any child feeling unhappy or behaving inappropriately. In order to do this, part of their policy is to praise children for good behavior on a regular basis. Staff may see a child tidying up nicely as asked by them, in which case the staff member will praise the child for tidying up by thanking the child and saying "good tidying". The child will respond well to this and they are likely to repeat the action to gain the praise from a staff member.
Unit 8: 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5 Ways to develop and maintain positive relationships – a checklist for new staff * Take time to actively listen to pupils but remain as a figure of authority within the school, by doing this, children will feel comfortable communicating with you, whilst responding appropriately to authority. * Ensure that boundaries are in place from the beginning of term. * Be a good role model for pupils. If pupils see you acting kindly towards others and treating them with respect, they are likely to do the same. * Encourage children to respect each other.
It is important effective communication with adult to be able to build a relationship of trust and understanding. Parents and adult are likely to give beneficial of supporting if the communications is strong and effective and this can be beneficial for the children. Build and establish relationships ,prevent problem,misunderstand ,stay motivate,establish mutual respect are some example. Aim children to learn,have fun ,play and engage. Children will lear and develop when ether is a friendly environment with people they trust.
1.1. Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. Communication is important in developing relationships with children and young people because having positive relationships with the people we interact with makes our daily lives easier and more productive. In an educational environment maintaining positive relationships opens up opportunities for good communication, it gives us confidence in our ability and an understanding of our environment. Accepting shared responsibility by knowing what our role is and what’s expected of us is very important, following recognised procedure and understanding shared values all promote good relationships.
----------------------- 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.
One of the policies are a children’s behavior policy It is a document that entails positive behavior, how to deal with aggressive behavior, bullying and foul language. It also explains what you should do if any of these incidents was to occur. There are many ways staff/teachers can promote positive behavior, being a positive role model, not using foul language, always showing respect for others e.g. good manners, please and thank you, listening to their views, understand and respect their view and needs. Praising pupils; if they have done well in reading or math’s or just overall good behavior, Let their parents know, reward them with a prize, sticker, or first in the queer at lunch and a certificate at the end of the week if they keep it up.
In regards to communicating with children and young people, as adults we can improve on our relationships and therefore they feel relaxed and receptive particularly important during lesson time. We gain the respect of children if we communicate clearly and pinpoint what we expect of them in a clear manner, we improve morale amongst other staff members and adults, we can also communicate to parents and guardians in a manner where in which positive and negative feedback is constructive – it would not be deemed offensive when we have good communication as we would discuss solutions and work together to improve learning practises for example. There are several principles we should ensure we adhere to in
On a daily basis we communicate to share ideas and information, experiences and emotions, share opinions and needs and wants. In doing so this allows us to build and maintain friendships, relationships and trust. Another reason for communicating is to build our own self-esteem- we praise children in the setting to raise their self-esteem and provide feedback to other colleagues for the work they have done. This helps to build their self- esteem too. In a childcare setting the relationships we foster with children/ young people are important as it is in this way they gain secondary socialisation skills.
There is a positive culture of learning and development that is celebrated by merits, certificates, displays and praise from teaching staff. School trips are used to help pupils to work together and increase team work and bonding. School clubs are varied and encourage pupils to further their interests in other areas. The school has an inclusive environment and positively reflects the importance of diversity, every effort is made to ensure that all pupils can be involved in all areas of school life and other cultures are celebrated. The aims or vision of a school are often seen in the school literature and are set by the head teacher in collaboration with the staff, parents and community.