Social Skills In Early Education

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Early education builds the foundation of learning. The kind of early education given dictates the set of social skills that will be practiced later in life (Alvarez, 2016). School is not only a place where children learn reading, writing and math. It is also a place where they learn to get along with other people and develop social skills. Social skills are the skills we need to interact adaptively in our cultural environment. For some children, social skills can be the hardest subject to pass in school. Social skills play a very important role in a child’s emotional health and well-being. Without friendships, school can be a very unhappy, lonely place that a child might want to avoid. When children are in group settings, they have greater…show more content…
Different people have different learning styles and experiencing the right teaching styles advances the possibility of learning. For example, it is better to teach via practicing than explaining theories for skills that are more physical (Alvarez, 2016). There are different types of teaching styles it can either be passive or active. The passive way of teaching is when the student only listens to what his or her teacher is saying but doesn't really apply it on his or her life in other words just for compliance purpose. While the active way is when a student listens at the same time applies it with his or her knowledge. But, mostly it depends on the teacher's discussion method it evaluates how the students participate and understand it. Usually it also depends on the kinds of students you're teaching. Some are more active when there are creative visual aids for example for ppt's or handouts. It drives the students participation and concentration depending on the visual aid that you provided if it is easy to follow. Those kinds are the types of students who are visual person while some wants a kind of discussion that is fun and the terms are explained well. Usually it also depends on the kinds of students you're teaching. Some are more active when there are creative visual aids for example for ppt's or…show more content…
Those kinds are the types of students who are a visual person while some wants a kind of discussion that is fun and the terms are explained well. Unlike, the kinds of discussion that is nonsense and does not prove any point or ideas for the topic being discussed. They just tend to discuss to let others know that they have the proper knowledge about things that's why they discussed. But, that it is not really their intention sometimes it's just a way for them to reach out to

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