I am kind, caring, non-judgmental and open-minded. It’s important to have these characteristics in order to empathize with your clients. I will encounter a variety of situations that will required me to be open-minded to understand. You can’t exhibit any signs of judgmental thoughts when you’re working with clients. Just because sometimes you might not agree with a person decision, doesn’t entitle you to treat them poorly.
Effective collaboration in nursing requires respect, honesty, trust and good communication. Good collaboration in nursing can be achieved through listening, openness, resolution of conflict among health care team, recognizing and appreciating the differences of other health care team as well as believing in their skills and
Practising what have learnt which lead to be a habit is good in fostering effective communication. First of all, during communication, it is crucial for every people to focus by stop doing and thinking and looks to the communicator; hearing just not enough yet but listen to the message and the meaning so that we will be able to avoid misinterpretation. Apart from that, be open minded by do not making a prejudgement. Instigate trust by set up the positive and open communication amongst member- this will lead to the effectiveness of any teamwork project in future. On top of that, making a humour in communication is encouraging as to avoid a boredom perhaps share a funny stories however it is important as long the joke and humour is not sensitive and become offensive.
Transcultural nursing focuses on care, beliefs, value and patterned lifeway’s to provide efficient care to patients (Leininger, McFarland, 2002, p.5-6). In Leininger’s transcultural nursing, nurses would practice taking the patients culture into consideration. According to Leininger there are many benefits to gathering cultural information from the patient to use in treating the patient. It helps to understand culturally how patients deal with illness and death. Also, there is a lot of diversity in the work area so being knowledgeable of the different cultures could help in strengthening the nurse-patient relationship.
From the modernization of E-rate to the proliferation and adoption of openly licensed educational resources, the key pieces necessary to realize best the transformations made possible by technology in education are in place. Educators, policymakers, administrators, and teacher preparation and professional development programs now should embed these tools and resources into their practices. Working in collaboration with families, researchers, cultural institutions, and all other stakeholders, these groups can eliminate inefficiencies, reach beyond the walls of traditional classrooms, and form strong partnerships to support everywhere, all-the-time learning. Although the presence of technology does not ensure equity and accessibility in learning, it has the power to lower barriers to both in ways previously impossible. No matter their perceived abilities or geographic locations, all learners can access resources, experiences, planning tools, and information that can set them on a path to acquiring expertise unimaginable a generation
My experience in an elementary school has given me the chance for mutual learning and collaboration with non-health professionals within the broader context of the community. Through this experience, I’ve realized that it is important to address potential conflict triggers, as it can be detrimental for nursing students, as seen in my situation. Additionally, it is essential to overcome and address the barriers in order to establish successful interprofessional collaboration. By doing so, as an interprofessional team we will be able to enhance the quality of pediatric health in a school setting. Overall, I’ve learnt that working in interprofessional team has proven to have a positive impact on my learning by developing synergy between myself and health and non-health
10, 2013). The philosophy and the mission of an inclusive school provide a strong foundation and confidence for practitioners to go further in advocating for every child’s right. Providing equal opportunity does not mean treating everyone the same, but rather giving every child the right to a broad and balanced curriculum with high expectation of their success. Inclusive practice involves the whole teaching community coming together to agree, identify and understand the barriers that exist so that planning for inclusion and intervention strategies can be put into place. Aside from building positive relationships with and for children, Connolly et al.
The importance of pre-referral process is to ensure that student tries special accommodations and modifications before student referred to a special education. Some changes in the classroom can make turn student’s performance around and special education services will not be necessary. For instance, changes like make classroom more accessible, sitting positioning, provide additional instructions, and use positive reinforcements can drastically change the dynamics of the classroom. There are some benefits of pre-referral process, it provides forum for teacher, parents and other team members to talk about student and his/hers needs. Also, it improves communication between teacher and parents by involving families in the process.
Bullies often target other students who they think are “different” or are “strange” so these kids with disabilities are at a higher risk of being bullied. To try and prevent bullying, we should establish disability inclusivity in school policies to ensure all children feel included and prevent discrimination. Children with disabilities should be encouraged to participate in activities that the other kids are a part of. I want to play a major part in establishing inclusivity within schools for the sake of each child. I believe that everyone should get a fair shot at an education regardless of any needs that each child might need.
Their roles is to plan, coordinate, schedule, and evaluate curriculum and instructional outcomes within a secure, positive, and enriched inclusive classroom environment. Their main responsibility is to provide instructional schedule and long range plan information. On the other hand, special education teachers have to design their lessons plans to fit each of the individual’s needs. Their main role is to provide instruction and support which facilitate the participation of students with disabilities in special education classrooms, but also in regular education classrooms. Their principal responsibility is to serve as case managers and be responsible for the development, implementation, and evaluation of their students.