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. Adults must also be conscious of their reactions to certain situations in front of children as they are seen as role models, for example using bad language or aggressive behaviour will stick in a child’s mind and they may replicate the behaviour. As a Teaching Assistant, having a close relationship with any pupil in my setting means I can learn to recognise their needs. I work in the nursery every morning and a lot of the children are only 2
* It is also for the staff to ensure that anything that the children may be using is in a good working order so that no danger can happen to a pupil or another member of staff because of their mistakes. * * Children and
CACHE LEVEL 2 CHILDCARE AND EDUCATION UNIT 1 PREPARING FOR WORK PLACEMENT D5 1. Appropriate dress Every work placement will have its own code of behaviour, so it is a good idea to phone in advance to find out whether there is anything that you should or should not wear. Most schools will expect a smarter look than in nurseries and not allow you to wear jeans. Below are some general points that you might find useful. Personal hygiene As well as clothing, it is important that you look clean and tidy.
Encouragement is also important during all aspects of school life such as during lessons, their work, forming friendships and finding new things because this will help the children to try new things and to progress and move forward with their development and education. Secondary Schools- During this period of time in a child’s life it is important we do not intimidate or talk down to the child as this can really knock a child’s confidence, self esteem and could affect their professional relationship with the teaching assistant. Boundaries should be in place so children should know what is expected
The policies include guidance: Behaviour policy :( Promoting appropriate behaviour in the children and discouraging inappropriate behaviour) The school’s behaviour policy is very important because this policy gives guidelines to all members of staff how they can manage children behaviour. In my setting there is a code of conduct policy help to manage the children’s behaviour effectively and in a manner appropriate to their stage of development and their individual needs and make sure staff and children keep calm when dealing with inappropriate behaviour. In my setting class teacher ensure that both sides of the story are heard and dealt with consistently. . Navneet Kaur (Neetu) Identify transitions that only some children and young people may experience e.g.
Establish constructive relationships with parents/carers. Ensure you give regular feedback to teachers on children's achievement, progress, problems etc. promote good behaviour, dealing appropriately with conflict and incidents in line with policy and procedures and encourage children to take responsibility for there own behaviour. Accompanying the children on school trips and out of school activities as required Provide clerical/admin support such as photocopying, typing, filing, money etc. Undertake children's record keeping as requested.
Why is observation important? Observation is more than just looking at children. Instead, it's looking for something in a particular way. We can learn a great deal about how children learn and grow by observing and interpreting their behavior as they use materials in the classroom, play with other children, interact with their parents or teachers, and engage in daily activities. Through observation, we can learn what the child can do, what the child likes or dislikes, how the child behaves under various circumstances and how the child interacts with people.
In this case, teacher should always be prepared, has consistently and clear rules, try her best to create a good relationship with her students. Moreover, keeping learners busy and interested, as well as avoiding frustration due to hard lessons, help to minimize disruption. Verbal Cues: Some misbehavior just needs the use of non-verbal cues by the teacher to avoid disruption. Using eye contact with a misbehaving learner may be enough to stop them engaging in an unwanted behavior. Moving closer to a student may also be effective.
What Make Us Different? Children learn by absorbing the information and processing it through physiological and psychological action. They learn by smelling, sensing, hearing and doing. Because the brain absorbs and processes information so efficiently, it is important to provide children with as many experiences as possible to help them learn. They often enter the classroom with prior knowledge that both they and the teacher can use to their benefit.