Joanna Molenda SKILLS 04.05.2014 CYP Core 3.5 Develop positive relationships with children, young people and others involved in their care. 1. Be able to develop positive relationships with children and young people. 1.1. Explain why positive relationships with children and young people are important and how these are built and maintained.
Multi-disciplinary teams It is very important that everyone in a multi disciplinary team work in partnership. For the best results, all information must be available. This enables different disciplines to share their skills resulting in more effective support and outcomes for the child. Colleagues Working closely with colleagues and sharing information, such as observations, can add to a greater understanding of the child and their development. Working as a partnership helps to provide a good level
I will get to know each child, establish relationships with parents, and support their strengths as well as their needs. I will express my own emotions and respond to the children’s emotions, valuing their feelings and helping them express what they are feeling. But above all, I will make sure that every child feels secure in my room and are comfortable coming to me as their teacher. I provide a positive relationship with the child through daily routines and interactions. I feel this gives the children and parents a sense of trust.
Develop positive relationship. Be aware of child development. Having a sense of child development helps you understand what general skills children have or are working on. Knowing these milestones and skills allows you to provide children what they need to transition. Know each child well.
Unit 028 Outcome 1 | Unit Title: Develop Positive Relationships with Children, Young People and Others Involved in their Care. Outcome Title: Be able to develop positive relationships with children and young people. | 1.1 1.2 1.2+1.3 | I feel it is important to have positive relationships with children and young people because if the children feel comfortable and reassured around me I will gain their trust. The children then feel happier when leaving parents/carers, also helping to improve their confidence. Seeing things from the child’s point of view will help towards a positive relationship in a way that they will feel respected and understood.
* Effective practice. Actively support the development of children's language and communication skills , promote children's rights, equality, inclusion and anti-discriminatory practice all around the setting. Encourage all practitioners to talk to children giving constructive and sensitive feedback. Maintain a positive culture amongst practitioners in being able to identify and support children whose progress, development or well being is affected by changes or difficulties in their personal circumstances ensuring staff know when to refer them to specialist support. Maintain a safe environment and employ practices that promote children's health, safety, physical, mental, and emotional well being.
We believe that children should develop a happy way of being together, that their self-respect leads to a respect for the rights and needs of other children and adults; a respect which promotes equality and values the diverse local community. We are aiming to educate the whole child by presenting a total experience for every individual, thus fostering the child’s intellectual, physical, cultural, moral and spiritual
We as Educators are well trained and passionate. We value, respect and appreciate this uniqueness. We feel children have a right to be active participants in their own learning and must be empowered to express their views and ideas. A child's opinion must be valued for its validity to their perspective and their autonomy and initiative needs to be respected. We as Educators will protect and cherish the innocence of children and thus provide a safe and secure environment.
The basic way of treating someone with respect is to ensure that their interest and welfare is at the forefront of all dealings and interactions with them. I have had a chance of working with children and young people with their families as a trainee teacher. I ensured that I understood what children wanted by asking their opinions and also giving them choices whenever possible. In communicating with the children and their families, I ensured I used their preferred names and gave them opportunities to raise issues of concern and ask questions. I gave the families a chance to give input on the child’s development plans and how well they felt the child’s welfare could be improved.
By: Ixchellle Sandoval March 24, 2013 Child Development 340 NAEYC Standards There are ten NAEYC Standards are as follows: Positive relationships: Positive relationships are important for the development of personal responsibility, capacity for self-regulation, for constructive interactions with others, and for fostering academic Functioning and mastery. Warm, sensitive, and responsive interactions help children develop a secure, positive sense of self and encourage them to respect and cooperate with others. Positive relationships also help children gain the benefits of instructional experiences and resources. Children who see themselves as highly valued are more