Identify the distinct emotions felt by Fannie Lawrence. What situations caused these emotions? The start of the scene Fannie felt guilty hoping Otis would remember to get the kids ready for school in the morning. She felt guilty because she knew he got in late from work but she too had been feeling exhausted. She felt happy when she saw Kim playing with another student. A tad hurt when picking up Pete realizing he was more than likely waiting on her to arrive. Fannie felt helpless and angry when listening to Kim fuss about her not making it to the end of her dance practice.
CG 4.1 How do you ensure that families are kept aware of what 's happening in their child 's daily/weekly life in your program?
EYE37WB-2.1 Describe areas of learning and development within the current framework which relate to school readiness.
Week ones study was focused on the Aboriginal Acknowledgement of Country and the Indigenous terms of reference. These are two very important topics as they focus on the interaction between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians, fostering a relationship a relationship of trust, respect and understanding.
For children and young people to develop positive relationships it is crucial for adults to model effective communication in the classroom.As a teacher or teaching assistant, you have the platform to facilitate social learning and lead by example.
Outcome 1) Understand the principles of developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults
Educators need to develop and enact cultural competency to work effectively with children, families and staff who may have diverse experiences, values an beliefs. We should interact with respect, be constructive and have a positive attitude towards others. We as educators should think critically about ways to interact with children, families, staff and community to enhance relationships and exchange information and limit and decrease stereotypes.
Respect is something we all value greatly knowingly or unknowingly, we all hate to be disrespected, as it makes us feel worthless, harms our self-esteem and leads us to be less confident in a number of ways, and this is how children can be made to feel. As a teacher we must respect their feelings, thoughts and ideas even though they may be unusual or offensive as we would then look to find out why they hold those views and help them understand why it is/isn’t appropriate to share those views.
My alternative practice day was at a Sure start centre within the trust, and I attended two different sessions. My aims for attending the messy play session were:
The perfect example is the process of making the rules. Everyone has the opportunity to create rules. All they have to do is fill out a rule proposal form and prove why they think that rule would make the school a better place. They also have meetings where everyone has a say to the decisions they are making. They are able to comment on things and contribute to decision-making. These steps that they are taking are very powerful. At a tender age, the children are being exposed to a world where they get to talk about what they think and how they feel. They are being taught to use their voice, because what they have to say deserves to be heard.
In the video preschoolers was communicating and showing their emotion and controlling their behavior by follwing the rules especially in the playground. Taking turn pushing each other on the swings.
Organizing a food pantry or closet for an entire day absolutely applies to the role of a school social worker. One of our main priorities is making sure that the needs of our students are being met. I have seen firsthand how being hungry greatly affects a student and his or her performance in the classroom. Not having basic needs met affects concentration, attentive, and a child’s ability to perform his or her best. After considering how I feel when I am hungry, I cannot imagine how a child must feel after missing several meals. Establishing a rapport with children establishes that we care. Building relationships based on trust, love, and commitment makes a big difference especially in the lives of neediest children. It is our priority as individuals who are working with children in need, to send the message that we care. Organizing a pantry, so that a school is able to provide snacks and meals, is one of the best ways to ensure a necessity for students in need.
Childhood Studies is all about 'child centred' research. It looks at what it is like to be a child in today's society and how the world looks from their point of view. Childhood studies focuses on what children have to say, what their opinions are. This is to have a better understanding of them.
In more established papers point out that understanding youth development and creating relationships with the families and the community highest competences that a worker with you can have. (Vance, 2010)The same research also suggest that the age group of youth to be a more determinative factor in some cases than the competences of the worker. (ibid.) Combining the data the research that was previously mentioned provided there are 10 general competences needed/demanded from a worker that aims it work at the youth. So a worker with youth has to be able to (Astroth et al. 2004):
I checked the kindergarten’s website, asked the presidents, and talked to other class teachers so that I can understand the kindergarten. The history of the ex-program for two years old, the reasons for creating a new program, the running cost and tuition of the program, teaching methods used in a new program and ex-program, and other kindergarten’s similar program were collected