This is a significant moment in their development as they moved into adolescence and then adulthood with the physical, psychological and emotional changes it brings, and each child deals with it differently. Some see it as positive change and a sign they are maturing, some see it differently and feel odd and different from their peers. Those that struggle to manage the change may lose focus and be affected with poor academic performance. They may withdraw from peer groups or physical activities for fear of being teased and bullied and will feel uncomfortable about getting changed in front of peer groups. Children often fail to communicate for fear of drawing attention to
Some parents ignore to teach their children when they were young. It cause many children don’t care their behavior and they will get the wrong worldview. I like this book because that is a good advice for children and parents, it can help parents teach their children keep a good behavior when they were young. How to listening to the other people, that is a serious problem for children, especially for parents. Now, more and more children don’t like to listen to the other people.
-Poor parental supervision/neglect- children need routine, guidance, love, boundaries, positive discipline etc. Without these they will be constantly in conflict at school because they do not know or understand acceptable boundaries. They may be unaware of dangers they can face in life. They may have distorted view of their own abilities and may believe they are allowed to do what they want because they were never prevented. They believe they are unloved, unimportant and unvalued and as they grow older this could lead to depression and self-harm.
This could affect their ability to development or interact in social settings or in the classroom. Dyslexia; is a difficulty in learning to read. A child/young person suffering from this may become frustrated and problems could arise at home or in school, behavioural problems could also be seen, as well as the child becoming unmotivated or developing a dislike for school. If dyslexia is undetected then this will affect their development at school and could spoil any chance of achievement. Physical disabilities could include.
1.2 Describe, with examples, how different aspects of development can affect one another. A child being unable to express themselves through oral language may find it themselves frustrated and will show this frustration in their behavior towards others. This will affect their social and communication development strongly, as they won’t be able to communicate normally, they will probably show less want to join in with others and friendships may be harder to obtain. A child that crawls later than normal wouldn't be able to explore their environment the way a normal child would. This would affect their physical development and their intellectual development, as their learning at the age of crawling is sometimes dependent on their ability to move and touch things.
Conflicts and dilemmas that can arise include bad behaviour displayed by children attending the day care, parents and carers disagreeing about certain ideas about the children, phones and other forms of communication devices may cause concern, particularly when carers breach the boundaries as to where and how they are allowed to use these devices, children taking risks, confidentiality, child rearing practices, family beliefs and cultural and/or religious beliefs. Bad behaviour displayed by children can include hitting, pushing, biting, not sharing toys even though they are the property of the nursery and not their own toys that they had brought in from home, bad language used towards other children or staff members. Parents may have their own way of dealing with this type of behaviour
A child’s social network and emotional development can influence development, along with the use of drugs and alcohol both (child and parent). A child may not understand what is required due to unidentified possible language delay. Child may be bored and uninterested at school. 2.2 Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by a range of external factor External factors can have an effect on a child’s development for such poverty, deprived of food, clothes and toys. Poor living conditions, inadequate diet and exercise and quality of life, leading to increased illness.
Also, if the child does not perform at his/her best, it greatly reduces the self-esteem not only of the child but the parents as well. The child and parents will receive continuous negative comments and feel pushed away. A child with ADHD’s most difficult environment is in a classroom being told to sit still, do not move, do not talk, and to pay attention to worksheets and finish them. None of these things come easily to parents whose child has ADHD, but day by day, off to school the children
This means respecting diversity and privacy and finding ways to include all types of people into activities within the setting. Being disrespectful towards pupils and not treating everybody equally may cause depression and low self-esteem in children. This may make them feel that they are not as good as others and feel unsatisfied with themselves. This gives young children a negative outlook on life as they may feel as if they need to change to be like everybody else in order to be accepted and treated with respect. Prejudice and stereo typing should not be tolerated within a care setting.
A discriminatory attitude may have a negative impact on children's education and emotional development. A child who is discriminated against by the teacher can feel unimportant and worthless. The responsibility of teachers and TAs is even bigger as they have to be an example for the children. If the children observe that the teacher or T.A. makes differences between pupils they can follow this attitude and so the children that are discriminated may lose their confidence in their self and in others as well, and may develop inferiority complexes.