In order to do this, I will include rules that tell the children what to do rather what not to do. I will keep my classroom rules short, simple and positive. I will also include children when making rules and praise children when they follow each rule. When challenging behavior occurs I will use positive guidance techniques in order to address the behavior rather than punishing the child. I will model positive behavior, and if the challenging behavior occurs I will suggest new activities and give choices in order to limit saying no.
This creates a more comfortable environment for the child. It is also important to praise the toddlers especially when they start to learn to do things on their own. If a teacher praises a child for a new accomplishment, the child will be willing to continue to try new things on his/her own. It is also crucial to encourage toddlers to use more words. Teachers can guide children to speak in sentences by talking with them, never at them.
Kids that are homeschooled have many family interactions, and produce a stronger relationship with their family. Having trust is an important life skill, and homeschoolers gain trust ( A., 2010-2017). A homeschool day’s structure creates more family time together, which makes the schedule extremely flexible and easy to work with. Homeschooling keeps children safe with what they are learning, creates more trust, and makes more time with family ( Holzmann & Holzmann, 1990-2018). Multiple parents
Parents build a bond with them will lead them to feel secure in the world. They have to go through every stages of their entire developmental future. Parents should help them develop socially and emotionally. Social development is related to how we interact with others. It is the aptitude to form secure and genuine relationships.
Groups also are the perfect environment to practice social skills building and allow children to build a social network. Another benefit of group counseling is that children learn to cope with their disabilities and the limitation that accompany it. There has also been a push within the school to integrate students with disabilities into the general population, hence it’s necessary to help them become adjusted to their environment. Adolescence is a critical time within children social lives, according to Givon and Court (2003). It is suggested that the earlier intervention will become well- adjusted and socially competent individuals.
Communicating diverse moral integrity in homes contribute to better family life, nurtures children better suited to have success within institutions, work, and finally have an increasingly satisfied future. Proper communication is a two-way path that requires concentration and respect to properly be executed. Children should respect the knowledge and the dynamics of their parents by actively listening because it is a beneficial moral for them. Furthermore, guardians should demonstrate moral communication and concentrated intelligence in answering maturing adult’s rebuttals and beliefs. Constructive character criticism is a powerful force that helps develop adolescence.
An understanding of child development is essential because it allows us to fully appreciate the cognitive, emotional, physical, social, and educational growth that children go through from birth and into early adulthood. Every child deserves to have a good life style towards the family. Children need full attention or support in order for them to meet their needs. A child must receive better learning and good development in a way that when the child grows it will not fall astray. In giving right learning and development to a child one must be a good parent towards the child.
As first introduces by Wood et al. (1979), the term “scaffolding” as a metaphor to capture the nature of guidance and support in learning. They use it to describe the nature of parent tutoring in the language development of young children. The result showed that parent who using scaffolding successfully focused in their children’s attention on the task on hand, and keep children motivated and working on the task. (Jenifer Hamond 2001) Parents give support by modelling or divided the task into manageable components and keep the task at an appropriate level of difficulty.
Educators must understand how culture shapes children's development by recognizing cultural differences in families that are shaped by everything from a broad socio-cultural influence to unique family influences. Thus, knowing the values and characteristics of the family can provide insight on how to engage them in their children's school experience. All families can have a positive influence on their child’s learning. Solutions to Improving Parental Involvement: It is possible for schools to create cultures that promote relationships among teachers and family members that minimize the effects of social, economic, and ethnic class differences on family involvement in their children's learning at home and school. When families, schools, and communities work collaboratively it results in higher student achievement, also improve student behavior, attendance, and more positive school
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