EYPs work in partnership with families and professionals in order to safeguard the child and maintain their health and safety at all times. It is important for EYPs to develop professional relationships with parents/carers while the child is in their care; EYPs must organise times to communicate with the parents/carers about the child’s development or any concerns they may have. It can sometimes be difficult for EYPs to communicate with the child’s main primary caregiver as there may be barriers such as: work timings, language barriers and busy times at nursery. It is important that EYPs try to overcome these barriers in order to meet the needs of the child and maintain their safety and well-being. In a child’s early years it is important that the early years setting mirrors the child’s home and home routine in order to make the child feel comfortable and safe.
It is vital to protect the rights of children’s with disabilities and these safeguards aid in doing so. Within them the rights and responsibilities of parents, children, agencies, and the school district, are outlined in detail. They protect children and families by making sure each component is explained within their native language and in their preferred mode of communication. They are also protected by making sure that parents are always well informed on what the school is proposing or refusing to do, as early as possible so that parents can participate in the school’s proposed actions or respond to its refusals. The procedural safeguards also lay out every procedure within special education, so that parents and the school district know exactly what steps must be taken.
Explain standards-based curriculum/instruction and balanced assessment to these concerned parents. In your response. Standard-based curriculum/instruction is a curriculum that is developed by looking at the standards that our district and our state have adopted. Those standards identify the skills, knowledge, and dispositions that students should demonstrate to meet these standards. It also supports identifying activities that will allow students to reach and meet the goals stated in the standards.
Upon your request, I have written an informative career report using research on a topic in my major field, childcare worker. In the report I have included my findings on the education needed, important characteristics/skills to have, job expectations, and the job outlook for a childcare worker. While doing my research, I realized that in order for a person to succeed in this field, one must have certain characteristics/skills. One must have good communication skills, decision-making skills, instructional skills, interpersonal skills, and most importantly be very patient. In addition, I also realized that this profession can become very demanding and tiring sometimes.
These services include Assistive Technology: Services & Devices, Audiology, Case Management, Early Identification, Screening & Assessment, Family Counseling, Family Education, Medical Services (diagnostic or evaluation services used to determine eligibility), Nursing Services, Nutrition Services, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Psychological Services, Specialized Skills Training, Social Work Services, Speech-Language Therapy, and Vision Services. They also offer free services for families with special need children to age 12 through their Support Service Program (BACH 1). BACH vision is to promote positive child development programs for children with special needs and empower families to be lifelong advocates for their children (BACH 1). The roles of teachers are the same as the role of the children’s families, which is to provide insight, support, and nurturing support to the children with special needs. BACH ECI does not hiring teacher or teacher assistance in their program.
Due to this becoming an issue some children display different emotions within the setting and so it is essential that all children are supported and prepared for this dramatic change in their lives. There are two different key issues that are essential when it comes to children starting a day nursery, these are as followed; 1. Sharing information 2. Key person/worker approach Sharing Information; Sharing information is an essential part within this transition as it allows the practitioner and parents to form healthy relationships from the start, this allows open
Article Review: “Counseling Children: Working with Families” I have always had a desire to work with children in the counseling profession. From this article, I have learned that if I work with children, more than likely I will have to work with families. I have gotten a better understanding of how much parents, siblings, or other close families members influence a child’ behavior, whether short-term or chronic. Also, I acquired knowledge about the Quick Assessment of Family Functioning that assists in determining an appropriate level of care for children and their families. This article discusses available resources for counselor seeking to counsel children and explores the various types of approaches for counseling children and their family.
In order to become certified teacher there are multiple steps that need to be completed in order to reach teacher status. Understanding how to educate a child with a disability is important. The importance of teaching a child with a disability is knowing their strength and weakness, educating yourself about the disability, and coming up with a plan of action. There are other challenges that come with becoming a teacher and having a large class. Being a teacher at an elementary school has so many positive opportunities.
They own a small house. Julie goes to a normal school. Her family plays a big role in her life. Just as parental educational level is an important predictor of children’s educational and behavioral outcomes, status of the parents is also important. Parental socioeconomic status may affect a child’s educational outcomes through a number of pathways, one of which is the child’s health.
A CLM classroom, according to the Garnet Valley website, “helps these learners gain those skills and fill the gaps in a play-based, very systematic approach to learning, with principles based in ABA” (Tierney, n.d.). ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis which is using special techniques to bring about a positive behavior amongst children. Ms. F showed us an example of a CLM binder to explain how she implements CLM in her classroom. She said that each student has their own special binder filled with different categories that the students need to work on. She said that it gives the lessons that the students need to be taught to become competent learners, and then she has the ability to decide specifically what academics her students learn.