Because there is only one income, financial issues arise. This tends to cause stress when learning to juggle all of the bills with one paycheck. Communication with the important people in my life is also a struggle personally due to having an independent personality. Learning to swallow a little pride has been a hard lesson to accept. Managing as a single parent overall is a big job.
Holistic/Direct Observation/Witness Statement Professional Discussion/Oral Questioning Record Training Adviser Name: Lissa Hughes Learner Name: Georgia Day Witness Name and relationship to learner: Setting: Date: Unit Outcomes & Evidence Unit 502 (SHC52) Outcome1.1 Explain the importance of continually improving knowledge and practice As a professional, I have a responsibility to engage in continuous professional development, this means taking into action to keep my skills and knowledge updated and seeking to improve my capabilities across the range of tasks I carry out daily. Continually improving my knowledge is essential to my role and ensures that I have the skills and knowledge needed to create the best provision for the service users in my home. My own professional development does not only impact on me but on other staff, the company and people who use the service. Outcome 1.2 Analyse potential barriers to professional development Time, cost, and access were the most frequently cited barriers to carrying out continuing professional development (CPD). Clearly, time pressures at work, combined with the demands of home and family, make undertaking CPD a difficult task for many, however motivated they may be.
Students don’t have that support from the teacher that they need to succeed in school. They struggle because the teacher is helping somebody else or having to teach the entire class. The final and main reason why high school grads are unable to read is failure of the parents. Parents are so wrapped up in their busy lives that they don’t make time for their children. Children are often home alone with too much independence.
Parents may have difficulties with the language and therefore cannot help their children. Furthermore, parents can find that they do not have enough knowledge of their children's subjects. Some students on the other hand get a lot of help and a nice experience of homework. This is not equal and therefore a reason not to have homework. On the other hand, the opposing side usually argue that there are good reasons to insist on regular homework for school pupils.
I have been thinking of it as me having no money. That has limited me in solutions because the root problem was not correctly defined. This has impacted me by limiting my efforts of forming a solution. With spending time in school in my mind I seem to have tricked myself into not understanding why I do not have in money or source of income. In the military I was paid for schooling and having spent the past ten years in the service I just automatically assume that I should have money.
External schooling in larger towns and boarding school scholarships just a few of the opportunities available, although the issues of healthy family relationships has been raised. It is difficult for a family, without the luxuries of the city, to stay in contact and keep in relationship with a child that is either interstate studying or out of town for the majority of the year while at a boarding school. In the eyes of the families who could make themselves/ their children available to these opportunities, it is seen as an unfair expectation to assume that sending children away is the best option for the family (Mclaughlin, 2010). In some cases, removing children from their homes can put strain on families and communities who have raised their children together for decades. This, in some cases, can be a catalyst for children rebelling or acting out in classroom
Many EMGs are classed as working class families meaning social deprivation can often happen. The lack of money can often mean that families cannot afford the extra things which may aid their child in education. These are things could be as simple as books or stationary or not owning a computer, therefore having no access to the internet. As working class EMG families are on low incomes, children may not have the same experiences as working class children, missing out on holidays and trips to places such as museums and galleries. Many EMG children also do not have that initial push of how important education is for them.
The idea of taking children to day-care is unacceptable to a good number of people. They probably believe this because daycare involves putting someone else in the ‘parenting’ picture, someone to spend time with, and care for the child. However, this is not exactly negative. Day-care provides care for little children while their parents attend to other things, such as attending school or working to earn a living. It is important for those people who discourage day care to realize that not all parents can afford to stay at home with their children all day, as much as they would like to.
The treatment of their children is often rather disrespectful and there is no support to get through the stressful situation that may arise. These children tend to have low self-esteem and do not know the value of themselves. The family may disassociate themselves from one another by spending more time either playing the video game, surfing the internet, or watching the television. Unlike, a healthy family system tend to be more involved in their children’s activities such as cycling, swimming, hiking, or outdoor play. Dr. Bowen stated that there were eight connecting concepts that would establish from a
There are many reasons why working class children fail to reach the ‘top of the ladder’. This is can be down to material deprivation. Working class families do not have the money to buy material goods (ie: computers, educational toys, books), good quality food or to go on days out or holidays which will expand they cultural knowledge and give them a head start in life. Children generally live in smaller houses than their middle class peers and do not have their own space to concentrate on their school work. Parents of the lower class children quite often just do not have the time to spend with their children due to preoccupation of their own problems (money, housing etc) or working unsociable hours.