1.4. Analyse how children’s learning and development can be affected by: Personal factors are a child’s genes which influence development and how the brain works. This influences a child’s personality, potential and health which will later be influenced by their environment • Influences before and at birth: genetics, maternal, diet etc. during pregnancy and birth itself can have problems due to the lack of oxygen (cord around the neck) and injuries during birth. • Encouragement: if children are not given the praise and encouragement they need, this will affect their relationships and friendships as they get older and they will have poor attachment this can develop into anxiety, depression and they will lack motivation.
Question 1: There are many reasons why children's and young people's development may not follow the expected pattern some of these are: • Having a disability: having a disability can have a major impact on many areas of development. For example a physical disability would affect the way the child gets around or they may need to have extra support like bigger pencils. Having early supports with disabilities can help to minimise the effects of the disability. • Emotional reasons: Children who have poor attachments may lack confidence to try new things and will have a lack of motivation. They could have low self-esteem, this can be detrimental to a child's development.
These challenges a special child faces are usually doubled. On one hand, they struggle with the symptoms and disabilities that result from the disease. On the other, they are challenged by the stereotypes and prejudice that result from misconceptions about special child. As a result of both, children with special needs are denied of the opportunities that define a quality life. there are other things such as bullying, parental neglect, social acceptability, low self esteem, community misconception and stigma that a special child has to face in his/her routine life.
There are also negative impacts on child behavior when there are multiple placement changes. It makes it hard for children to have a good relationship with their foster parents when they 've, had multiple changes in placement. (Hodges 2156). There are frequent, anxiety and depression diagnoses among foster children. There are many things, that go into the development problems, that foster
Introduction There are many factors that influence a child’s level of education and the way a child would obtain an education. These factors are known as socio economic factors and can influence the overall learning of a child. Factors such as sustained poverty, lack of parental recognition and involvement, culture of the family and language and communication barriers are just some of the factors that can impact a child’s learning. Due to these factors a child may experience many barriers that overall impact effective learning and development for the child. In many modern day households, a child’s education is of highest priority as it provides one the child with opportunities that would help increase their standard of living.
Education Inequality in schools has a detrimental effect on kid’s growth and development. Parents of young children may not have the awareness or financial stability to provide early education exposure in lieu of starting school. Parents must invest in their child’s education. Reinforcing what was learned in school at home maintains the continuum of learning. Guiding and teaching responsibilities, for instance, doing homework, school clubs and sports fosters independent growth.
According to Bronfenbrenner (1979), the mesosystem includes of the processes and relations that occur between at least one setting containing the developing individual; examples include the relations between schools and home, and workplace and school. If a child is abused and neglected or is not given good quality care at home by parents the child will have difficulties in interacting or forming positive relations with teachers easily at school because of the rejection at home they will reject teacher-student relationship and this hinders the child growth compared to child who is given good quality child care the child’s caregivers take an active role in a child’s school, such as going to parent-teacher conferences and watching their child’s soccer games, this will help ensure the child’s overall growth. Since the child can’t form positive relations with teachers it will affect the child because they won’t be able to given the child the required
Do digital learning tools greatly contribute to the improvement of the academic performance of the students? Hypothesis There are many effects of digital learning on the academic performance of IT3A. To widely inform the students about their lessons; by using digital learning, it helps the students gather more information. By the use of technology, the student can easily learn by their self and feel comfortable while learning. Also, digital learning helps the students to be more active in their lesson because technology is widely used and is easy to use.
It consist health status, disability, sensory impairment and learning difficulties etc.. Childrenâ€TMs health is really important. Health issues can be genetical which influence how the brain works, e.g. Downâ€TMs syndrome which have impairment of cognitive ability and physical growth. They will need extra support in daily activities. Such illness also have different facial characteristics which can lead to bullying.
This implies that holding a few number of students in a classroom would increase students’ motivation and participation. Otherwise, students may be facing circumstances from both internal and external forces. Environmental factors include the area occupied by the students. This situation probably leads to cleanliness problems, lack of ventilation and the rise of cheating instances inside the classroom. Another factor that affects the performance of the student s due to biological factors.