According to Graham-Clay (2005), “establishing partnerships…[that] support student learning” is key to creating “strong communication” (p. 117). I always strived to create a safe environment that encourages the growth of their children by allowing open communication between myself and their parents. I have proven my sense of trust and concern for their children over the years. Through this, I implemented the ideal presented in the Code of Ethics from the NAEYC (2005) to listen and acknowledge their strengths and competencies, and learn from families which supporting them in their task of nurturing
As the teacher we see the day to day of the class and we are there to advocate to ensure that our organization meets the children’s needs. I evaluate what changes are needed within the environment. I also analyze academic goals; in accordance with lesson plans to assure the goals and lesson plans are progressing. My greatest contribution thus far has been behavior progress monitoring; being able to share this process organization wide and implement new accommodations and replacement behaviors
The baby project is a huge topic to write about, no I don 't mean controversial I mean struggle, and how much this simple project can change your view in teen pregnancy and having to take care of a kid at this age. It may seem all simple and easy but thanks to this project we learned how hard it can all become at the end. As the "father" of the baby, I believe I didn’t do the most I could when came to taking care of a baby. I strongly believe I could had done much more to help.
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.
I need to let the child know I care and help them the best I can. If a student is falling asleep in class or skipping homework If I build a relationship with them and their parents I already have an idea on what’s going on and can come up with solutions to try and
t is extremely important to have the support of parents and carers in a school, they are a valuable resource .The parents and primary carers will always be associated with being the childâ€™s first educators and being the people who know their children best. Other people may disagree. Parents and carers see their children at their best and worse, they will know most things about them this information can then be passed on to the school this will enable them to react and support the child /young person . it is effectively working as a partnership with the school and will benefit the child and young person.
This is where the child should learn to have respect for themselves and others, develop the skills socially meaning to interact with the other children and learn their different emotions and how to deal with this which is the emotional part. A child will learn to develop their own personality and opinions but this also needs to be monitored to ensure there is no bullying towards the other children, also parents have major roles in teaching their children. Some parents however, can be over-protective and can delay the child’s development and learning but on an alternative, parents can also see no wrong with their child which can lead to too much confidence and higher risk of behaviour problems. Culture play roles in learning as some cultures do not allow certain things to be taught due to there religion e.g. food tasting and preparation.
. Describe the growth and developmental tasks that were displayed by the child you interacted with in this setting (Erikson, Piaget and Freud). Were these tasks age appropriate? Did you assess any developmental challenges in the client that you interacted with? How were they dealt with (by you and by the health care team)?
4a – After the delivering lessons, Miss Hannan assessed the instructional session and provided suggestions to improve upcoming lessons. 4b – Miss Hannan collaborated with the cooperating teacher for an efficient and effective process of recording and maintaining accurate assessment for each student. 4c – Miss Hannan described that parents and teachers are “ultimate teammates” in a student’s education. She kept parents informed by a weekly newsletter that was written by students. Understanding that parents need to be made aware of their child’s progress, Miss Hannan communicated positive and areas of challenges by sending notes and emails to parents.
Everyone needs a support system that they can trust, especially students. If a student does not feel comfortable in their own home, how can we expect them to feel comfortable at school? Some teachers assume that the parents of a child are someone that the child can trust and talk to, but that is not always true. It is important for teachers to realize the role they play, as a support system for many students.
The program touched on what would happen to a child mentally and not just physically. We learn a lot on how child develop in class but don’t really touch on how everything around them can affect them in a big way. For example, in the program I separated from my spouse for a while. The program went into how this was affecting my daughter and I got to later go into detail on
Observing Mckenzie of five weeks and listening to Michelle talk about her was actually interesting. Mckenzie has blue eyes, blond hair and is able to make some little noises, move her arms, but she is still not capable to control her head/neck, which means that is not fully developed. learned many interesting concepts and I was able to relate it to my younger siblings. An engaging topic Michelle talked about was the importance of nursing.
As a teacher, it is my responsibility to share information on the development of the child and have a clear and constant flow of dialogue with the family. This will enable both parties to deal with any issues that may arise within the family, school or community. It also my belief that parents should have an active part in their child’s learning and be able to lend a hand whenever necessary, and having open communication with them will allow this transparency and connection between home and school. The community is vital in ensuring that the facilities around the community and school is appropriate for the different children and families to live in and grow. A very good example of this successful collaboration is the Reggio Emilia approach in Italy.