Health and Family Life Education (HFLE) is a comprehensive life-skills based program which focuses on the development of the whole resilient person. It enhances the potential of young persons to become productive and contributing adults to society It fosters the development of the knowledge, skills and attitudes that make for healthy family life. It provides opportunities to demonstrate sound health related knowledge, attitudes and practices. It increases the ability to practice responsible decision making about social and sexual behavior. It aims to increase the awareness of children and youths of the fact that the choices they make in everyday life profoundly influence their health and personal development in (King-Cameron, 2017).
Providing a rich and varied contexts for children to acquire develop and apply a broad range of knowledge, understanding and skills. The curriculum should enable pupils to think creatively and critically to solve problems and to make a difference for the better. It should allow the children the opportunity to become creative, innovative, enterprising and capable of leadership to equip them for their future lives as workers and citizens. It should enable children to respond positively to opportunities, challenges and responsibilities to make changes and to cope with change and adversity (QCA 1999:11-12).
It is all about proud about families and themselves, justice, the knowledge that when human being together can make difference, voice out the rights and each of the child have equal opportunity. As the world now is dominant by different culture families. Thus, implication for implementing anti-bias education is a must. Regarding to the discussion above, it is clear that early childhood educators need more training opportunities, anti-bias knowledge and skills that meet the needs of early childhood education for anti-bias education.
According to the Character Education Partnership, character education is a “national movement creating schools that foster ethical, responsible and caring young people by modeling and teaching good character through emphasis on universal values that we all share”. Some of the values that can be addressed in a character education program include respect, justice, and responsibility for self and others (Parker, Nelson, & Burns,
Diversity is all about on understanding each other and moving ahead of simple tolerance to support and celebrating the well-off dimensions of diversity limited within each individual. Diversity is a reality created by individuals and groups from a broad range of demographic and theoretical differences. It is tremendously important to bear and defend diversity because by valuing individuals and group with free from intolerance and by nurturing a climate where justice and communal esteem are essential. Diversity is supplementary than just acknowledging and tolerating dissimilarity. Diversity is a deposit of conscious practice that involve approving and appreciating of humanity, cultures and the ordinary
The younger generation ought to have the best foundation in their early years’ experience in order to prepare them for the challenges they will face when they grow up. Therefore, the quality of early year’s education has a significant impact on children’s development. Who can influence the quality of the early years setting? Leader plays a vital role in establishing a positive relationship and team culture among staff in order to provide a meaningful learning environment for children. There is a large volume of published studies describing that an effective leader is essential to the high quality of early years setting (Lewis and Hill, 2012).
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.
A culturally inclusive classroom
Bunch (2008) views the inclusive education philosophy as socially just and more effective in both academic and social spheres. Worldwide, the educational authorities have adopted the principle of inclusion to address the social and moral obligation to educate all learners (Forbes
Golden Valley Academy "Together, we can make a difference." Our Mission: Golden Valley Academy is dedicated to inspire young teens to learn. We are aiming to help develop one child 's sets of skills, knowledge and attitude to help them expand their potential. To help them contribute in the making of this new generation, our rapidly changing society--thus, making a better world.
You live in an underdeveloped community. Surrounding you are alcoholics, struggling impoverished families, and people who have given up. It’s sad, but you don’t do much. There aren’t many job opportunities, so pretty much everyone is living in poverty. You’ve been a “smart” kid growing up.
It is important to keep all informed with the latest school activities. This gains support as well as partnerships that can lead to contributions financially and volunteering. Greater relations between the school and community help support and reinforce academic and social outcomes of the school community.
Thus, it would be worthwhile that “eulogy virtues” are taught at a young age so that one can grow up possessing those virtues to help them through life. 2. I have found ways in order to help develop my “inner character.” The first thing I did was love myself despite my weaknesses that I possess. It allows me to be more confident and optimistic
Cultural competence is a term I understand as a person being consciously aware, tolerant, and accepting of multiple ways of thinking, being and believing. I believe one cannot grasp the concept of cultural competence without first educating themselves on multiple, different cultures and religions. Ignorance is the number one cause of cultural bias, and ridding oneself of ignorance will open up perspectives and views. Cultural competence is about developing empathy, understanding and compassion for every race, and respecting the unique differences that each individual culture abides to.