The students’ products and performances can also increase their own awareness and self-esteem (Kiger, 1998). BELONGING, helping children to find one’s independence and defining identities. BEING, in the now, making their own meaning of the world around us and BECOMING, knowledge and understanding each individual’s skills that evolve and change during childhood. Setting the ground work for all children and their inclusive rights as a child. Ensuring that educators and children develop safe and secure relationships to support their individual development, their wellbeing and to assist with providing nurturing relationships.
150). Speech pathologist mainly work as an advocate to help the children better improve their communication skills in social situations. For example, speech pathologist might talk to the people who are around the child for most of the day and suggest different things that could be easily included within different activities throughout the day that can help the child. Many people are willing to help the child with no problem. A study done by Leatherman and Niemeyer teachers’ attitudes and behaviors were examined to see if they were including children with disabilities in classroom activities.
Another example of how a child with special needs would benefit from inclusion is that it helps them benefit socially. Special needs children can take part in regular classes and activities with children their age without special needs and this helps children with special needs to develop better social skills as they interact with other classmates. “Providing access to a wide range of learning opportunities, activities, settings, and environments is a defining feature of high quality early childhood inclusion” (NAEYC, 2009, p.
The next acronym in my philosophy is ‘A’ and it stands for acknowledge. It is important for teachers to acknowledge children for their efforts and achievements because it helps to increase children’s level of self-esteem (Clements & Schneider, 2006). Children appreciate kind words and acknowledgements from teachers therefore I need to come up with more encouraging words and phrases to motivate them to learn
A concern that teachers have is how to get their students motivated and engage in their learning on a day to day basis. Teachers realize that if a student is finding joy in their overall learning, they are more likely to continue being motivated and excel in their academic success. Students need to be motivated and remain engaged in the learning process, thus they find joyful learning. Sometimes it 's up to the teacher to motivate the children and motivation is critical to promote joyful learning. By teaching the students to have a growth mindset, teachers make sure there are four components to keep a student engaged and motivated: "attentiveness (they pay attention
The Early Years Frame work acts as a guideline for Key Workers to follow which also acts as a theorist. However research carried out by Morris et al 2010 have shown that children find this transition relatively easy and manageable to adapt to a new environment, class room and teacher. The foundation Phase is also another guideline in which staff should follow to enable children settle in. By following this as a guideline and also having the welsh assembly governments support will offer both teachers and child/children a positive relationship and trust also the best outcomes. These Key issues link and relate to the theorist C1 There are many theorists that may be linked to this transition, however the two I am going to focus on are Jean Piaget and Maslow 's hierarchy of needs.
I believe this type of well-organized schedule helps the children to know what is expected of them. Also, the hands on approach between the students and the teacher allows for individualized learning for the children. Finally, I found their purposely using open ended questions to encourage the children into thinking for themselves during the Choice Time to be an excellent teaching method. 2. Provide a descriptive personal or professional observation that is similar to the concept you selected from the video (use initials in place of a child’s name).
For children and young people to develop positive relationships it is crucial for adults to model effective communication in the classroom.As a teacher or teaching assistant, you have the platform to facilitate social learning and lead by example. One of the main reasons why effective communication is important, is because it makes children feel happy and comfortable at school, and in your presence. Not only will this help children to thrive in a learning environment, but will also filter through to their lives at home and outside of school. By showing an interest in what a child has to say also boosts their confidence and self-worth. This will enable children to want to talk and play with others and lead them to have positive interactions
Most of the times they have young children who don’t speak a word of English. These students are then thrown into our education system not knowing our language. In a result, the school and teacher get into trouble for having low academic scores. There have been new strategies for English language learners in the classroom; however, it is difficult to meet all the ELL students’ needs. There
In addition, I liked the role of the teacher in the Reggio Emilia schools, they emphasis on communication with parents and children and they believe that the relationship between children and parents are the developer key for the child so they try to be in touch with the parents and include them in the school activities. What I like most in Reggio Emilia approach that there is no pursuer in the children they have the freedom they can play and explore and ask questions and I think this way is very helpful for the children to grow up independent and in