Nurses utilize various theories such as Self care deficit theory, Newman’s systems theory and Pender’s health promotion model based on the study variables. Child health assessment interaction model is used to assess the primary relationship between the mother and child, specifically designed for children below three years of age. Children learn through daily experiences based on the support they received at the time of distress. A child’s experience is characterized by getting the help needed when distressed; develop trust needed to move on to further developmental challenges. If the child experiences any negative emotions it may result in behavior problems.
The BRIEF is a questionnaire completed by Mrs. Lagace (Parent form) and Mrs. Hippchen (Teacher form). It is designed to provide a better understanding of a child’s self-control and problem-solving skills by measuring eight aspects of executive functioning. Executive functions are mental processes that direct a child’s thought, action, and emotion, particularly during active problem-solving. Specific skills include a) selecting appropriate goals for a particular task, b) planning and organizing an approach to problem solve, c) initiating a plan, d) inhibiting or blocking out distractions, e) holding a goal and plan in mind, f) flexibly trying a new approach when necessary, and g) checking to see that the goal is achieved. The following table lists Alina’s scores.
And what type of behavior prompts an evaluation?” As expected, both parties agreed to the necessity of psychoeducational testing in order to determine the student’s needs and instructional accommodations to allow for student success. However, the parties expressed slightly different views on the type of behaviors to prompt an evaluation. While Jennifer believes the psychoeducational testing is “primarily used for students with autism spectrum disorder” (J. Hodge, personal communication, August 28, 2015), and when the student exhibits aggressive, non-compliant behaviors that interfere with the student’s instructional progress, those behaviors warrant an assessment. However, Marisol conveyed when a student exhibits a “lack of interest, not growing academically, or incapable to adapt to changes in curriculum as easy as their peers” (M. Puterbaugh, personal communication, August 29, 2015), then the need for an evaluation or re-evaluation presents
This method allows teachers to work with students who need extra help or attention in certain areas including behavioral. In each tier the article gives different strategies for teachers to choose from that will help with behavioral management. The three tiers include: preventative classroom management, first-line interventions, and intensive, individualized interventions. Some strategies that Sayeski provides for tier
Educators will evaluate your child’s capacity to comprehend the coursework, successfully study and pass tests, meet in-class and homework expectations and adjust to different teaching styles. Additionally, your child must demonstrate that he is on track academically with other students in his grade level. Most children can catch up quickly if they’re behind a little bit, but the educators will evaluate any academic gaps and the placement options to ensure your child can successfully close the gap and fit in academically with his
This paper compares two of the five learning theories; cognitivism and behaviorism, in three ways. Firstly, the role of the facilitator is evaluated. Secondly, the paper analyses the process through which student learn and make meaning in both theories. Finally, the paper reviews the benefits and challenges of the approaches as they relate to adult development. The cognitive theory focuses on how people learn from the processing of information.
Attachment Theory versus Maslow’s Theory JaLesa Byes University of Alaska Anchorage This developmental theories and parenting paper, I will examine my ideas for parenting tips using attachment theory and Maslow’s hierarchy. I will use both attachment theory and Maslow’s hierarchy to better understand my four key parenting tips: No hitting No abusive language Understanding the importance of safe touch Utilizing play to nurture a holistic child The Attachment Theory was observed by John Bowlby (1969). Bowlby’s theory consisted of three major findings (pp. #-#). In the first finding, Rene Spitz (1946) found that infants that were raised in a foundation such as an orphanage suffered in physical and emotional development even if
According to VARK, learning styles describe all of the components that may affect a person’s preference in learning new incoming information. While there are several different variations of modalities, the main three are visual, auditory, and tactile/kinesthetic. Knowing your main learning style preference helps you to understand the best way to learn, identify certain strategies to aid in your learning process, and to know where your weaknesses are in regards to learning new information. There are several different tests that help you to identify what learning style you have. The three assessments I used to determine my learning style were the “What 's Your Learning Style?” from Educationplanner.org, the VARK questionnaire, and the Barsch Learning Style Inventory.
c) Support for learning problems: In order for us to provide support for learning problems it is imperative that we understand what a learning problem/disability is. Learning problems/disabilities refer to those that have difficulty in their ‘development and use of listening, speaking, reading and comprehending abilities, those individuals that show significant discrepancies in their level of functioning’ and those that have issues relating to the functioning of the central nervous system (Derbyshire 1996 in Schoeman et al, 2011). Thus it is important to assist a student with therapy and other means in order for the student to be fully capable to understand and comprehend life despite their learning disability. 2.1.2 Indicate to Alex the
INTRODUCTION For an educator to be successful at teaching their students, the teacher must be able to asses the individual students knowledge of a subject (Guskey, 2003, p6). The clinical interview is a useful tool for assessing a student’s individual knowledge, along with other aspects of the education process. An instructor who is conducting clinical interviews are will be able to recognize the students thought process and learning behaviors when it comes to solving a problem or explaining a process to complete a report (Ginsburg, 1997, p.147). Furthermore, the interview allows the instructor to recognize gaps in both the student’s knowledge and the instructors teaching methods. Consequently, the results of the clinical interview help instructors to ensure students are receiving the best possible education they can receive.
Testing and assessment are given to students to not only help them on a personal/ social level but also to help the school determine where their students stand academic wise. The counselors and administrators can use the results to implement programs to better the areas that need improvement in the school and also attain achievement