Describe Your Own Attitudes And Beliefs About The Guidance Of Young Children

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Part A: Guidance philosophy: 1. Describe your own attitudes and beliefs about the guidance of young children. I feel guiding young children is accomplished with great values, attitudes and actions that make the classroom a positive and supportive learning environment. To achieve this, the following needs to be used in the classroom: • Encourage participation • Establish structures for learning (routines/schedules) • Treat all learners with respect as individuals • Avoid negative communication 3. Explain how your views on guidance have changed since you started studying early childhood education. My views on guidance have changed since I started studying early childhood education by knowing that positive reinforcement works a lot better than negative (time outs or taking objects away). Guiding the child’s behaviour in a positive way helps them to develop self-control and self-worth. It is best to advise the child on what they should be doing, rather than what they should not be doing. Again, this is because children respond better to positive encouragement. 4. Explain the most important aspect, content or skill you have learned about guiding young children. Explain why you feel it is the most important. Discuss how you learned it. I feel the most important skill I have learned in guiding young children is the ability to…show more content…
I do this by setting a good example as a role model. I put effort into every day tasks (cleaning up), don’t rush through them, take pride in what I am doing and do the tasks without grumbling or complaining. By show so, I am teaching the child to do the
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