This supplement is a record of my actions in this investigation. On December 18, 2015, I was assigned this case to follow up. This investigation involves Mr. Zion Sewell a thirteen year old Francis Hammond School student Mr. Zion Sewell. I returned from leave on January 4, 2015 and made contact with Dannae Sewell (legal guardian) on January 5, 2015.
CM conducted a face to face meeting at the Jersey City Municipal Court for Makaryos Mehany (youth) Truancy court hearing. In attendance were Jasmine Alexander (CM), Refeat Mosa (caregiver), Makaryos (youth) and Jim Warner (IIC). Youth reported that he stepped on a nail while at a relative home on Sunday, 2/26/17. Youth came to the court with one shoe due to this incident and explained to the team that his foot is swollen and he is unable to wear a shoe. CM was informed youth did not go to the hospital; CM encouraged the family to go to the hospital to check youth’s foot.
I Left My Child with a Stranger “The term child care is used to refer to any form of care for children that is not provided by parents,” (Droege 125). Throughout the years, women have progressively become a part of the workforce. Therefore, their infants and toddlers cannot be left alone at home. It is the parents’ choice to decide where they place their children while at work. They can take them to a close relative, hire a nanny, or place them in a child care center.
In the book Life on the Color Line is about a boy that live both the white life and the black life. Greg, a young boy, that had a half black father and a white mother grew up in the 1950’s. When he was eight years old his parent’s business failed and then his mother and father got a divorce and the mother left with his two younger brothers and left Greg and his younger brother, Mike, with their alcoholic father. When Greg’s father went broke they moved to their aunt and uncles home in Muncie, Indiana. Being in a new school Greg faced racism from his classmates and teachers because of his black relatives.
My second observation observed for analysis is highlighting biochemistry of love and nurturing concepts studied with the day care environment. The situation I noted involved a small child, upon waking up from nap time, appeared very upset because he was missing his mother. Many tears shed because he realized his mother wasn’t there to comfort him, but he soon realized that he could find comfort in the workers present. If you separate a child from their parents, there is usually going to be tears or sadness of some kind, often referred to as separation anxiety. Children missing their parents is a common occurrence at this day-care.
Dr. Laura Schlesinger believes that daycare is in between sinister and cruel, which might be an overly emotional description, daycare is not what is best for a family or a child, but by no means is it cruel. Kids need socialization, with people their age, day care can offer that to them, which is a positive. However, daycare also lacks the discipline, and usually the care, that a parent can give, causing the overall structure of a family to fall apart. Without discipline, children become unruly and spoiled, and lack respect and cause problems where problems don’t lie. Mass shootings because a guy in college didn’t get enough attention from girls, causing kids to commit suicide because other kids are constantly bullying them online, kids
Briefly describe the setting: The school cafeteria is where every morning all the students including preschool gathers to wait for the rest of the students. Preschool uses 3 round tables with 6 chairs each table, were we place some coloring books, crayons, and toys to keep the children entertain while we wait for the rest to be drop-off – there are 15 preschoolers total. Objective description: B.G is in one of the tables playing with several cars along with his friend L (boy); suddenly he grabs a red truck and started moving the car around the table following the circle shape. After a while, he pushes the car from one corner to the other, so the car drops to the floor and every time he crashes the car, he starts laughing.
For my EDU-119 observation of a childcare facility, I went to Enchanted Tree Learning Center on Friday February 2, 2018. Luckily the owner was a friend of my family so, finding somewhere to go was easy. She said for me to come at 9am. I arrived at 8:50 am. In this paper I will take you step by step on my day there.
While some people argue that childcare centers are best places to care kids aged below school age, others believe that close relatives like grandma and grandpa are much convenient when it comes to taking care of a kid. This essay agrees that childcare centers are much advantageous for pre-school children due to professional educators they have. The modern childcare centers considered to be very beneficial for kids because they provide educational, mental and physicial support service as well as caring kids. Additionally, as there are other kids at the center, children have chance to broaden their minds and learn some crucial social and communicational abilities. Therefore, it is more likely for these type of kids to be successful in future