We need to explain what is expected of them in a way that is clear for them to understand, this will teach them the way to communicate themselves, to do this the need to focus on language, expression and verbal content relevant to the age Question: Question 7 Answer: It is important to be sensitive to the needs of other adults, especially if they have difficulties with communicating. Most of the time communications will change without anyone realising. Changing the way to react will depend on the personsâ€TM responses. Reflecting on the situation will be a way to learn for future communications. Observing ways people respond to certain methods of communication can make you aware if things need to be done differently for the future ie.
Conflict among infants and toddlers do happen. It is important to allow them to experience conflict with our support. They are allowed to safely engage in conflict and resolve it their way and learn to handle conflict by themselves, rather than the staff resolving it for them. Supervision is crucial, and getting down to the child’s level when communicating shows
The therapist will endeavor to construct a certain measure of affinity with their client, yet not to a degree that would permit them to end up involving too much. Counselors need to be sympathetic, viewing things from the customer's perspective, instead of thoughtful (feeling pity about their clients). Empathy can help the counselor to ask suitable query and lead the client to positive conclusions. In order to provide an ethical therapy session for a client, counselors and therapist must be well-equipped before with counseling skills as well as other necessary skills to conduct and carry out a therapy session with a client. “Effective listening.....is not something that just happens.
It is very important to let children know that we are more emphasis on their honesty than the punishment. Positive consequences resulting from truth telling should be emphasized and negative consequences for transgressing should be avoided in order to promote honesty in young children. If children fear and worry about the potential negative outcomes for disclosing information, they may be more reluctant to disclose. All of this stems back to operant conditioning which the consequence of telling truth lead the changes in the probability that the children telling
Listening attentively and actually hearing what is being said and responding appropriately is key when building relationships as it shows that you are interested in what the child or young person is saying. Answering them appropriately is important and not judging them allows the child or young person to feel that they are being valued and that they are secure in what they’re saying to the adult. Positive body language is an essential principle in building relationships as it shows that you are interested and listening. The child or young person should always feel that what they are talking to you about will remain confidential. AC1.3 Explain how different social, professional and cultural contexts may affect relationships and the way people communicate In social situations the way we communicate is often dictated by how
However, if someone comes that has a different idea about the training of their child we should listen and to their perspective? There may be no easy solution, but we can start by building a good trusting relationship and using good communication skills. In the Gonzalez-Mena text, she explains a process called RERUN to help work out diversity issues. The acronym stands for reflect, explain, reason, understand, and negotiate. (2008) These steps do not necessarily follow any particular order, but we have to recognize our own feelings before we can honestly communicate with others.
The results of the cultural context inventory for myself were high context – 28, low context 31 with a difference of 3, for my journal partner the high context was 31, low context 36 with a difference of 5. We have comparable results due to the fact both of us communicate in similar fashions. We tend to be aware of nonverbal cues between ourselves, and know when and how far to push an issue. With having two children we also avoid conflicts in front of them and make an effort to include them in family decisions. Personally, I feel showing our children that compromising and compassion towards others brings people closer and makes it easier to communicate thoughts and feelings.
The role of trust in gaining knowledge by expert testimony is that we gain knowledge from the people we are closest to and who we can trust. For example, when we 're younger, we tend to look up to our parents. We watch everything they do and learn what they say. We look at them as trustworthy so everything they tell us we believe and their actions and words will shape us into the adults we
The students would constantly test teachers to see how much they could get away with and once they figure out the teacher’s tolerance the reputation memo spread throughout the school. Teachers who were stern tend to have well-behaved classes with little to no disruptions whereas the friendlier teacher was constantly calling the principal and dealt with disrespectful students on the daily basis. It was remarkable how as a student I could tell the difference and determine which classes would be easy and which I would need to focus in just from the amount of politeness a teacher
Adults can help prevent child abuse just as well as young adults. Adults are also able to teach children that they have the right not to be hit or touched abusively, which means they are less likely to think that the abuse was caused because of them. That may help their emotional status and they are more likely to report it. Adults also need to know the signs of abuse because their child or someone they know might be being abused unknowingly. Adults need to report if they know of any other abuse going on and they need to talk to their children more.