If the child is getting encouraged and praised by their careers as they learn then with can build up their self-esteem and confidence as if they didn’t then this could make the children have insecurities about their own abilities to do things and would have a need of people reassuring them, this could lead up to them having Lack of motivation and having a poor self-esteem about doing new things. When growing up children will look for role models this could be their carer. If their carer had poor social and communications skills then this could have an effect on the child as they would reflect form them and wouldn’t know any difference, so this would affect their development. Children that have limited opportunities to develop their communication skills could have poor behaviour and attention span. It varies for a children’s expectation as if they had past experiences as if they had parents that had poor experiences in the education system then this may think that the child if the same and make them have low expectations on
Many would believe children learn and develop best when the ‘key worker’ system is implemented within a provision and when practitioners sustain a positive relationship and work in partnership with parents and carers. This is of importance as a positive relationship where the parents and carers can trust and respect one another, helps to provide an enabling environment for the children. Working in partnership benefits practitioners just as equally as it benefits parents. Parents and carers are the most important people and role models within children lives, however majority of parents have no choice but to work and that’s where our role of early years’ practitioners falls into place. Is it important to remember that parents and practitioners
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.
The benefits of applying boundaries and rules for children and young people consistently and fairly are that all children and young people will know what is expected of them. They will understand what is acceptable and what is not. If rules and boundaries are inconsistent or unfair, children will become confused and will not know what is expected of them. They will be unsure whether their actions or comments will get them into trouble. If rules are not applied consistently as staff are not aware of them, children will react to this and comment on this, e.g. you have given X a warning and have not moved their name on the cloud.
I would adapt my communication for a child by making sure I was speaking to them at a level they will understand & also choose words suitable for their age. I would also make sure I come down to their level whether that meant sitting or kneeling so that we are at the same level. Physically we are on an equal level and not towering over them which wont make a great start for effective or positive communication and could make the child feel uneasy. Young children tend to be more tactile and may need to express them selves with touch especially if they come to you upset about something. They may simply wish to hold your hand when they talk to you which can be reassuring both physically and also make them feel they have you attention and will listen
If we are unable to communicate with the parents then this could have an impact on the child’s development and lead to the child’s issues progressing and getting worse. Strong positive relationships within the school environment and with parents is very beneficial to children. It helps to model effective communication and set a good example of appropriate behaviour towards others which in turn helps the children to recognise boundaries and what is acceptable when communicating with their peers and adults. Plus building a strong, trusting relationship with the children and young people makes them feel valued and helps provide a more effective learning environment and helps build their confidence with communicating as they progress through their lives.
For example, bullying, intimidation, threats of violence and anti-social behaviours between peers and towards members of the public have been common features. The positive action taken by staff challenges poor, disrespectful behaviour and educates the young people about acceptable and unacceptable behaviours thus reinforcing clear routines and boundaries. This also helps the young people to settle down into home life. It also enables them to take responsibility for their actions and focus on their individual goals. The young people are responsive to staff praise, which boosts their self-esteem and is showing positive signs of improved
It may sound simple, but they can be forgotten especially in a stressful situation how to speak and deal with problems. In school, effective communication is especially helping positive relationships in children and staff. In order to
This is essential if stability is to be maintained and the child is remain secure and stress free. In some cases outside help may be sought from professionals who are experts in their field and, once again, the child may experience differences in personnel and routines. A child who is already feeling unsure and insecure may experience added pressure if other professionals are introduced. This can affect their sense of belonging.
For example children need to learn that is natural to feel wide range of feelings and to openly express them in a positive and appropriate manner and they should not forget their own feelings and emotional needs when trying to please others. 2. Explain the principles of relationship building with children, young people and adults. More effective communication means that easily to transfer the information from person to person, more easily to understand and more easily to respond to. In situations where misunderstanding takes place, people feels uncomfortable and tend to avoid communication directly.
• What are the strengths of this assessment tool? This assessment allows for a more individualized approach to planning for specific children, while providing support to all. Using observation and anecdotal assessments provides multiple opportunities to view children learning and provides a more realistic view of their learning than an assessment, which only allows for right or wrong answers. •
Firstly raise and encouragement are crucial within supporting a child 's development so the child doesn 't search elsewhere for other ways of gaining attention. Praise is important as children can become more critical of themselves and start comparing themselves to other children. Secondly; explanation, this should be enforced so that the children understand why certain boundaries and rules are put into place. For example, the routine of the particular room in which the child is in.
It is very important to have effective communication when developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. When developing positive relationships with children and young people it is important to ensure that communication is effective as this will help to ensure that the environment that you are in will be a calm and happy place. Also if a child responds to the communication that is given then this will create trust and honesty between themselves and adults and other children. When trying to create effective communication, if a child or young person does not respond to communication with others this could affect their leaning and social skills, it could also mean that they could be hiding something that could be very
The principles of relationship building with Children, Young people and Adults need to be nurtured in order to maintain the relationship that has already formed. All parties need to feel secure and comfortable around one another in order to build further trust and open up and talk effectively about any subjects and issues. Teaching assistants need to act as good role models to the children, young people and adults. Teaching assistants need to be polite, considerate, empathic and good at identifying and sorting out problems as they are also regarded as a representative of the school. The children and young people need to be encouraged and praised with their academic life and showed by staff that they are accepted for what they are and receive