These meetings are where brainstorming takes place. This is also where marketing research is analyzed. The information that is collected is put on the table for review. Samples are brought in for testing. From the complied information the decision making process begins.
What is the goal of this source? • Reflect: Once you've summarized and assessed a source, you need to ask how it fits into your research. Was this source helpful to you? How does it help you shape your argument? How can you use this source in your research project?
The idea of a predictable and unpredictable life events involves generalisation. For some people issues like divorce or redundancy may be predictable, but other people may not have expected to be divorced or lose their job. Predictable life changes One event that is often predicted is when our children start school/nursery. There will be positive learning from this experience as the child will then learn to socialise with other children and make new friendships with them. The child will learn to share toys and develop a better vocabulary by listening to others talking.
Instead, focus this section on summarizing the information presented in the research that you gathered. Analysis: After you describe your research finding and include references, please offer your analysis of the information here. By beginning the paragraph with a bolded word or including the Analysis subheading, it will be much more apparent to the Evaluator that this is where they will find your analysis of the information rather than it appearing as if it is part of the research summary. For information on how to complete the analysis section, please refer to the course of study or Business Writing and Research Learning Community. Finding Number
If they feel emotionally secure they are more likely to participate in the play and learning activities. Children need to have a strong relationship with the staff to feel comfortable and secure this will help them to enjoy themselves and less likely to show unwanted behaviour. It is important for adults to ensure that they have effective communication with their students; this will help keep the children comfortable and will also gain their trust. Without trust and honesty the children may feel like you are unapproachable and may keep their problems and worries to themselves and this may affect their learning. It is important that children are made aware of what is expected of them within school with regards to their behaviour and interacting with others.
I have been selected as a human resource consultant by Feversham College to produce a report relating to the work on the management and development of people at Feversham College. My responsibility as the human resource specialist is to interview employee’s at Feversham College to pull together data that will permit me to accumulate a report on the subsequent areas of Feversham College:- In my report I will be taking into account the following areas and will be including opinions of worker in Feversham College. o A report on the factors that affect the motivation of the employees. o A report or presentation analysing and evaluating a group activity that the employees have taken part in. o A report based on a training
We can’t protect children from all the things that may cause them distress throughout their lives. But we can help children become more resilient so that they are more able to cope with life’s uncertainties and problems. And all children, no matter what their background, will have to face problems and changes in their lives. So our support is really important in helping children become more resilient. 1.3 The good emotional health of children
Unit 137 OUTCOME 4.3 BY DEBRA PRICE Children and young people need to trust adults in order for them to be able to answer their questions. The answers should always be answered honestly, and in some instances children will ask many questions as they come to terms as to what may be happening to them. This can be very difficult as adults like to see children happy rather than upset adults do not always listen to children correctly and acknowledge their feelings. Listening to children is critical as we can then learn what they are thinking and how they feel, they could be feeling resentful or have feelings of anger and disappointment, children should be encouraged to speak openly without feeling they have to hold back e.g. “you don’t mean that” attitude .
3.4: Promote children and young people’s positive behaviour. 1.2 Evaluate how the policies and procedures of the setting support children and young people to: * Feel safe- A school should ensure that every child attending the school feels safe. Policies like Safeguarding children ensure that the right procedures are in place to protect children. All staff working within the school should be trained on the correct procedures for safeguarding children. Anti-bullying policies are in place in school to ensure the children know that bullying is not acceptable behaviour but a child should feel confident enough to report an incident if one occurs and should know who they can go to within the school to discuss any such situations.
I made sure the child was fit to speak to an adult and then I made sure the situation got sorted. I sensed there was something not quite right with the child hence why I asked the child if there was something wrong, From giving this support I think I helped the child in many ways, because if I had not picked up her body language then I don’t think the problem would have got solved quickly and efficiently as it could have, if the problem was to have gone on for longer then one day the child may have felt anxious towards coming to school, eating or even talking about how the school day had gone etc. The child was in some ways relived as she repeated ‘ I’m glad were friends now’, after lunchtime at 1:00 the child seemed to be her normal self, which is what all teachers need to see, no child should ever be upset at school and should feel safe and secure in an early years setting, both the children had made up and then were happily playing in the dress-up area at the side of the room. As a practitioner it is important that you reflect on the way you work with children before and after, this is called being a reflective practitioner. Once you have done this you can see how well you have handled the situation and what you could have done