INTRODUCTION After intervening or interaction with different stakeholders within the service industry it is always important for a practitioner to reflect on those interactions or interventions made. The reflection helps us evaluate our growth at personal and professional levels. Supervision is a good aspect of personal growth of different people and it is important that people receive supervision.
Artifact Assignment Arpandeep Kaur Sheridan College ARTIFACT ASSIGNMENT Hello, my name is Arpandeep Kaur. I am a student of Early Childhood Education which is a branch of education theory where hands-on hands experience are achieved and which relates to the teaching of young children up until the age of about eight. Being a student of early childhood education, in this assignment, I would like to discuss
Assess those needs: gathering and analysing information on strengths and needs using CAF. The practitioner must have discussions with the child, and their family if appropriate, and bring in information other practitioners have provided about the case. This information must all be recorded onto the CAF form, signed by the child or parent on the final version of the assessment form. The National eCAF makes sure that practitioners complete a certain number of fields when recording information to ensure consistency and a minimum standard across the board. These fields are flagged with a red asterisk (*) on the CAF form.
Based on Erikson’s theory, the belief is that personalities are developed in a series of stages. Each stage in Erikson 's theory builds on the preceding stages and paves the way for following periods of development. In each stage, Erikson believed people experience a conflict that serves as a turning point in development (Cherry, 2017). In the first stage, 0-1 years, babies learn to trust that their parents.
I visited a preschool program in the City of Commerce that is called Tiny Toots for my observation #2. These preschoolers go to school three times a week for two hours. Their ages approximate from four to five years old. I will describe in this observation the "instructional approach to literacy" in the class. I will also analyze and observe the ways children "read it to you" Classification Scheme.
Introduction In meeting my Educational Psychology coursework, one of my main task was to conduct a child study on a child of my choice; focusing on the different areas of the child’s development. The study last approximately three months. The aim of this study was to examine a child in their early stages of development; hoping to understand their physical, intellectual, social, cognitive and emotional development of the child I am studying. In order, to garner information regarding the child’s physical development, I observed the child during play and other learning activities.
Being a father of two girls has been quite a feat. Adelaide is the oldest of two years old and Charly is one. If my wife Nicole and I were to homeschool our children for the first few years of school, we would use an array of different learning and memory techniques to provide them with a strong foundation for learning, as well as, scientifically proven memory strategies to help them accomplish their future educational goals and aspirations. To establish a solid foundation of learning and memory for our children, reading daily would be a staple in the progression of our children’s education. Many studies have suggested that reading to your children is invaluable and with the concept of latent learning, this could greatly enhance their understanding
They provided empirical evidence to support three different attachment styles by using a procedure they called the “Strange Situation.” In this standardized procedure, children were observed interacting with their mothers prior to, during, and after separation from their mother. The researchers were interested in the child’s behavioral responsiveness toward their mother in these situations. It was hypothesized that the child’s behaviors prior to, during, and after separation were a reflection of the child’s expectation of his parent’s availability as an emotional resource and secure base for exploration. In other words, the child’s behavior toward their primary caregiver was his strategy for securing physical
This may be for a short period of time or until they are an adult. It stands a challenge for professionals and a commitment is required when planning to meet positive outcomes for the child. For this type of research, obtaining different results from a multiple-choice questionnaire, face-to-face interviews and surveys for all the children will provide data to support children retaining their identity and establishing positive contact with adults and professionals. To illustrate, collecting all this data at the earliest possible stage, will enable vulnerable children to participate in relevant interventions like therapy sessions, CAMHS etc.
Teachers and other professionals require more training to work effectively with interpreters and pick up on body language and social, nonverbal cues. Teachers also need more training to work with bilingual students and their families. Wolfe and Duran (2013) also suggested that professionals provide knowledge to parents about IDEA and current laws concerning special education, informing them of their rights and the responsibilities of the school. Parents should be provided special training about the IEP process to become familiar with the steps and their role in the meeting. Access to other parents with students involved in special education could provide parents with a network of support.
As part of my Social Work training I was instructed to conduct 1x6 observation on a child between 0-5 using the Tavistock model. The Tavistock model originally developed by Ester Bick in (1964) was to enhance professional understanding of the attachment built between children and their families, their cognitive, emotion and physical development (Le Riche & Tanner, 2002). Enhancing the knowledge and skills of practitioner that work with difficult and complex cases which are prevalent in social work. Therefore, conduction these observations was a necessary part of my professional development in readiness for practice (Professional Capability Framework 1; British Association of Social Work, 2012). Developing my understating on theoretical knowledge
Also in my setting the parents would work alongside the