1.1 Why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with Children, Young people and Adults. Communicating effectively within the school setting, is very important to enable strong relationships to build between children, young people and adults. Developing positive relationships with the children is the main key to a happy and calm environment. Without a positive and supportive attitude there will be no trust or honesty between yourself and the children. They will not feel like they can talk to you which may mean they could be keeping something important inside, which could affect their learning or social skills.
The child will learn to share toys and develop a better vocabulary by listening to others talking. There is also a risk of stress by the child feeling unsafe this can lead to them isolating themselves from the group and not trying to mix with others, this can be hard as they won’t have their parents or career there for support. Another predictable life event is when we leave home/leaving care. The positive learning that they will get from this will be a sense of independence and maturity. They will have to learn to make their own decisions and be responsible for more house work such as cleaning, shopping and general house duties.
By allowing certain behaviors to occur without consequences the teacher is sending the message that it is okay. This can cause the students to lose focus and a decrease in understanding of the lesson being taught. It can also allow chaos to reign supreme. Disruptions can also make other students feel threatened. Students must feel safe and secure in their class in order to learn and grow in education.
Children are put into groups in order to give them the best learning potential and for their learning to be appropriate for their age and level of understanding. Some children can be easily distracted, so would work better in a smaller group with adult supervision to keep them on task and encouragement them to keep focused. Potential issues that may arise in group learning could be that some children may take over the group and always answer before others, which in turn not all children in the group get to put their opinions, idea's or views across. It could cause ineffective communication between the group if a few are not understanding the task or some may be shy and introvert. Due to the nature of working in teams, children can sometimes find that they are not working effectively, which negatively impacts on their learning, and their ability to progress.
Jody Foster Competency Goal III To support social and emotional development and to provide a positive guide Functional Area 8: Self I strive to provide a safe, secure and educational environment. My goal is to make my infants feel very special, loved, and well cared for. I do this by treating each infant as an individual with his or her own needs and unique characteristics. I like to start each day by saying good morning to each infant individually. My co-teacher and I try to never be out of the room at the same time.
1.1 Explain why effective communication is important in developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. Why effective communication is important Effective communication is important because it helps to improve the understanding between pupils and their adults. It also helps the staff at schools to communicate their feelings about students and plan future work. Sometimes if the communication is not very good between the adults in a classroom, it can affect the pupils. Children can notice the bad communication and that would not set a good example for growing, young children.
The child may have hurt themselves and by communicating with the nursery staff they can get the help that they need. They also need to be able to communicate with you if they are having any trouble at home or even at the nursery with other children or other members of staff, so that you can try your best to help them solve these issues or atleast get them the help and support that they may need. Communication is also very important as it is a form of learning this could be helping the child understand the difference between right and wrong and the helping them gain the educational knowledge that they should be recieving while they are in your care in an nursery. Staff - Staff: Members of staff communicate with each other so that the day to day running of the nursery goes to plan, it is important to talk to each other so that you can pass important imformation about the children to all the staff in the room that need to know ie: if a child is sick and has medicine that they need to be taking or if a child has any dietry requirements etc. They also should inform eachother of any falls or accidents that the child may have had so that if you are on your break or have finished your shift then atleast the handover to the childs parent or gaurdian can be as informed as possible so that anyone in the room can tell parents if their child had a fall and what happened not just say "i do not know i was not there when it happened but i think that they may have fallen etc" this makes the whole room look
As no person can be good at everything, working in a team provides a great opportunity for the school staff to learn from each other’s skills and talents. Teamwork is dependent on trusting, professional relationships with each other and with their supervisors. As a result of teamwork, teachers and teaching assistants improve the ways in which they work together efficiently to meet the needs of children in their classes. I as a teaching assistant working together and helping each other create an atmosphere of teamwork that improves the child performance and work morale. > The Purpose and Objective of the team that am working in The team I work in is year 6 group.
Without a positive and supportive attitude there will be no trust and honesty between yourself and the children. They will not feel like they can talk to you which may mean they could be keeping something important inside, which could affect their learning or social skills. Having good communication skills will help us develop better relationships especially with younger people. Some students who lack in confidence may find it hard to communicate at all with us, so if we come across to that student in a positive and gentle manner they are more likely to open up to us and talk. We would not like to be spoken to in a negative way so therefore we should also be careful of how we speak to others too.
A balance of work and rest is vital. If a child was to work non stop with no rest, they would loose concentration quickly which would mean they were not learning and taking in information from the teacher, so it is important that a child has allocated rest times so that they can switch off from work mode, and have a fresh outlook on the work set after their break time. Break times are not only good for switching off the brain but are also important for children to interact with others building friendships which will improve their