It allows people enough time to respond to stimuli, even if they need a little longer than others. If respect is shown to people with SEN it makes them comfortable and loved. Respect helps them build better relationships with their tutors and instructors and respond better to learning and the world at large. Self-determination: Self-determination is based on the principle that every child or individual has the right to direct their learning. It helps children to build the skills of making choices, problem solving and independent decisions making.
Make the effort to create meaningful conversations: This is the optimal time to incorporate positive modeling so that children can have the chance to learn appropriate social skills, by watching parents and teachers in their daily interactions with others. On the same hand, interactions with children themselves are just as important. They will begin to open up and really express themselves when they see that others are truly invested in what they are saying. This all plays an important part in creating self-confidence and self-esteem. 2.
The main idea is to make the other person feel comfortable in our company and not be anxious or scared to approach us. This is only possible through good use of communication in our day to day life. This would mean not only answering the questions clearly and correctly but also approaching anyone in a calm and friendly manner if the need arises. We can only ask the children to communicate in a particular way if we are following effective communication ourselves and be a good role model to them. Any adults (parents or carers) coming to school will give us a positive support if our communication is strong.
Having power can be great because people feel the power and take on new challenges to better their lives, life without a risk will not get you very far. *An example of trust that affects communication is like when we are social workers we have to gain the trust of our clients. Having the trust of the clients helps a lot when trying to figure out how you can help them when they are explaining their situation, they open up to you. If trust is not gained then the communication is affected because the client will not speak openly as if trust was present. * An example of difference in communication and the only thing that came to mind was how social workers advocate for their clients.
The behaviour we observed is models. In social life, children encompassed with effective people like parents, siblings, friends, tv characters and teachers etc. They attract to certain people and encode the behaviour and later imitate the behaviour interest to them regardless whether it is appropriate or inappropriate for them. MEDITATIONAL PROCESS: it is referred as a bridge between traditional learning theory and cognitive approach. Bandura believes that individuals are effective "informative processors" and always anticipate the connection between their behaviour and its outcome and such factor involved in the learning process to evaluate if the new response is accomplished.
Bandura’s Social Learning Theory demonstrates “how children are socialized to accept the standards and values of their society.” (Grusec, 1992, p. 785). While Bandura’s empirical contribution to our understanding of human development is extremely significant, there are not only strengths, but also weaknesses associated with SLT. I see it as a clear strength that the social learning theory has been well researched, documented and can be clearly observed in a scientific and objective mater. Bandura’s studies (1961, 1971), amongst others, clearly show the process of children learning through observation and imitating the behavior of their models. Being a mother of two sons and teaching kindergarten children, I witness children’s observational learning on a daily base.
The space is designed with enough patterned tables that children can find their own, private space and complete the activity through self-learning, however, they have also positioned them to face each other to encourage collaboration and with enough room for children to sit beside each other to complete their work. This ensures the space attends to a variety of children’s learning needs. Furthermore, because of the positioning of the patterned tables and the feeling of safety within the space, the children can narrate their learning to their parents, carers or even to new acquaintances. The children can wear the art they have created and show others, the children feel their work is valued which encourages further narrations to others. Another strength of being able to wear their art is it adds to the osmosis of the space, as the children feel connected to the Tahitian society and their traditions.
I was able to learn about how she has been able to improve herself and hope to do same. She told me how hard it is to take criticism from others and how it is important to learn to take it and grow from it. Learning to understand others and step outside yourself is important in setting aside your pride in order to grow to be a better leader. Working on listening to understand instead of listening to reply is vital in your growth as a leader. Hailey was able to give me some advice that really stuck out to me.
Experiencing peer pressure is a way to learn how to overcome pressure and to discover ourselves. We can not become perfect, but we definitely become stronger, more confident and are willing to cope with difficulties. Exposure to peer pressure also gives us an opportunity to think about other people’s outlooks towards life. It is a chance for us to choose the best from what the masses do as well as lead us to make right choices in life. To minimize the bad effects of peer pressure, parential involvement plays a very important part – it promote healthy behaviors and decrease the chance to engage in risky behavior.
Evolve into Having Self-Awareness Being self-aware simply means that you have a keen understanding of your own personality. That includes your positive and negative traits, your thoughts and beliefs, your feelings, and your inspiration. It would be easier for you to understand others when you are self-aware. You will also be able to tell how they see you in return. Most people believe that they have a good sense of self-awareness, but it would be best to check at a comparative scale to see where you fall on it in contrast with others.