In this type of discipline gives different effect on the child’s development. The various approaches can even influence the child’s behaviour, emotions, thoughts and perception. Within this approaches it helps us understand on how we can take care of our children making them grow better. In making our children choose the right path, it is our responsibility to help them accomplish this goal. A good approach in becoming a good parent/guardian to the children is being an authoritative parent.
The relationships that children have with others between the ages of one and three form the basis of their capacity for love and affection later on in life. But a child who depends on a caregiver to show them love will have a hard time developing a relationship in the future. At this age, a child understands his/her emotions and also understands that what they say, or do can also hurt and affect others. Between the first and fourth birthday, it is important for children to build a relationship with a parent or caregiver. Most emotional issues that are dealt with earlier in life will make a difference for the child in a
To be able toÂ build and maintain an effective relationship with a child/student you must be able to gain a trust with the child this may take time and may have set backs as they could try and push you away but standing by them and consistent with them , no matter how much they push you away keeping showing the child you are with that you are there for them. The consistency and using the correct tone of voice and attitude towards the child will help to maintain a good relationship. Being able to recognize the signs of a change in a childâ€™s behavior and knowing when a change in voice , actions and lack of eye contact the strategies to use to refrain the situation escalating. If a child has been targeting you as a person once the situation
Discipline gives children clear direction by setting and adhering to standards of behaviour. In fact, it is an essential preparation for adjusting to the outside world – it makes a child better behaved and happier. Research shows the two most important aspects of discipline are firmness and immediacy. You should thus be certain that you punish when you say you will. And punish as soon after the misdeed as possible; don’t put an extra burden on Dad by saying, “Just wait till your father comes home”.
Play is not the only way that children learn knowledge, but as teachers we should not underestimate the value of play on a child’s development; especially during early childhood. Children are naturally curious about the world around them, they need to experience the world. They need to make connections between knowledge and the real world.Vygotsky wrote that “play does provide an important context for learning and development” (as cited in Siraj-Blatchford, 2009, p.80). It is through play that a child will figure out how to interact with the world around them. Through this interaction children will begin to gather knowledge and experiences that will enhance their cognitive development.
I agree with you that the acronym SCOOP can be a helpful tool for adolescents to utilize in many situations, but I think it could also be a useful acronym for stepparents. Starting a stepfamily is a big change for everyone, especially children. It is important for adults to be respectful, have good communication, optimistic and patient as possible. Supportive respect, while children have to be respectful of adults, it is also important to be respected by the stepparent. In a stepfamily, children can often feel left out and uncertain so communication is a must talking can help solve problems.
Parents that practice permissive parenting style are tolerant, use as little punishment as possible, have few requirements for mature behavior and grant considerable self-regulation by their children (Dornbusch, Ritter, Leiderman, Roberts and Fraleigh, 1987). As parents, they should give encouragement to their children but implying narcissism trait such as they are special and they will get what they want will give negative impact to them. Besides, parents also taught their children that having self-esteem is important to succeed in life. Having high self-esteem can be related to many positive things like good results or better relationship with people around but Baumeister, Campbell, Kreuger and Vohs (2003) study find out that high self- esteem does not cause a better performance in academic and people with high self- esteem have higher tendency in prejudice and discrimination. When children start to believe that they need to have high self- esteem to overcome others or succeed in their life, they will go all the way to becoming a self-centered person.
Authoritative parenting often hold high expectations for their child, but manage their expectations with understanding and support for their child. They tend to encourage independence upon their child, and teach with nurturing and reason. Parents who use this type of parenting also rely on open communication with their child, which then implies a deeper understands. Results of having an authoritative figure is a child may develop self-responsibility, and high communication skills. Children also develop a sense of identity, and
Such skills illustrate the child 's growing sense of independence and autonomy. Erikson states it is critical that parents allow their children to explore the limits of their abilities within an encouraging environment which is tolerant of failure. For example, rather than put on a child 's clothes a supportive parent should have the patience to allow the child to try until they succeed or ask for assistance. So, the parents need to encourage the child to become more independent while at the same time protecting the child so that constant failure is avoided. A delicate balance is required from the parent.
Among the two, which one is better? Cognitive and language development both contribute to a child’s development specifically on thinking and speaking. However, if I were to choose among the two developments, for me it would be the cognitive. Why? Even if language focuses on a child’s ability be able to understand and speak a language, it is better if the child knows how to think, learn, and solve problems as they grow in order for them to figure out how things work in their surrounding and how they will be able to stand on their own once they encounter a problem.
It is very important to have effective communication when developing positive relationships with children, young people and adults. When developing positive relationships with children and young people it is important to ensure that communication is effective as this will help to ensure that the environment that you are in will be a calm and happy place. Also if a child responds to the communication that is given then this will create trust and honesty between themselves and adults and other children. When trying to create effective communication, if a child or young person does not respond to communication with others this could affect their leaning and social skills, it could also mean that they could be hiding something that could be very
Intervene straight away pointing out that this behaviour is wrong and hurtful and that we do not accept this behaviour. Sometimes you may find you have to correct the child or person in what they have said and give the right information. Use this as a learning tool for the child. Guide them in the right direction and show them what the consequences may be. Never leave a child or young person feeling that they are disliked by you.
Firstly raise and encouragement are crucial within supporting a child 's development so the child doesn 't search elsewhere for other ways of gaining attention. Praise is important as children can become more critical of themselves and start comparing themselves to other children. Secondly; explanation, this should be enforced so that the children understand why certain boundaries and rules are put into place. For example, the routine of the particular room in which the child is in. They should also start to be made to consider the implications of their actions and behaviour on others.
Communication would also be essential while planning for the children because if the child is involved with any other professional then the educational and milestone developments must be communicated between multi-agencies to ensure that everyone is aware of the stage the child is at in his/her learning. It’s important to respect parent’s views and help them build on the knowledge about children (Meggitt et al, 201, page
It is important that a child or a young person are supported when they enter a new setting. It is also important that the individual also feels supported. Transitions affect young people and children 's development as transitions is the milestones that the individual has to go through in order to achieve different stages in life. There are short term transitions and long term transitions that children and young people go through. Some of the short term transitions that a child or young person may go through are out bursts of anger, lack of motivation/concentration etc.