Clear Rules are given, but they can be somewhat flexible and can come with explanations if the children would want to discuss the reasoning behind the rule (Brooks, 2013). Feldman explained that the environment that these parents create by parenting in this manner exudes warmth and support. Another factor in healthy family systems is that they lay the foundations for positive growth. Because open communication with the children is a common practice in this family life, the children are able to strengthen their communication and social skills (Brooks, 2013). Feldman supported that fact and added that with an environment that provides a strong sense of security, children are better able to make and maintain lasting relationships.
Effective communication is one key element to being an efficient teacher. Communication can be verbal or non-verbal. Communication not only between your students but also the parents, your colleagues, and the community. It’s fair to say we communicate in our everyday lives, so it makes sense we use the same principles in teaching; to establish good relationships and trust. If we are more engaged in our students’ home lives and interests, we are going to understand and achieve great relationships.
Providing basic needs for children is not only mandatory by law but also by the rights of any child in order for them to successfully thrive in society. A. Creating a stable home for children has proven to be successful when it comes to stability in children’s upbringing. B. A good education will take you a far way, when children are given to opportunity to a good education the favorable outcome is that children will become successful.
The educator should also make all possible attempts to encourage children to be flexible and self-reflective in nature. It will prove to be beneficial for them in the future while pursuing developmental milestones, gaining particular skills or chasing important life goals. Another important factor affecting self-identity of children is family. Educators should build good relation and develop sound communication with the families of the children. A healthy rapport between the educator and the family can prove to be helpful in developing self-identity in children.
This family emphasizes their ability to effectively communicate with one another. Both parents agreed that they want to keep the communication open and honest not only with their kids, but their relationship. Parenting. Both K.S. and S.S. do an excellent job of setting expectations and rules within the family.
One of the styles that is a positive quality to help guide a child’s behavior is the Authoritative style. The Authoritative style is both of a high demandingness and high responsiveness. Caregivers or teachers uses the Authoritative style to expect a mature development in a child’s behavior. Moreover, parents do not scold their children. Indeed they confront their children in a respectful way with the Authoritative style.
One of the most impactful experiences in one’s life is their education. There is no limit to education which is why I feel having the opportunity to be able to educate students who are at such a young age would be so rewarding. Being an educator comes with the responsibility to help students meet their needs and reach their highest goals. While teaching elementary age students a teacher is preparing their students for the rest of their educational career. Each child is unique in whom they are, it is important to welcome all students into a classroom environment where they feel safe and know they belong.
I have always wanted to use authoritative child rearing style to raise my children, since according to the textbook, Infants and Children, by Berk, authoritative child-rearing style is “the most successful approach [which] involves high acceptance and involvement, adaptive control techniques, and appropriate autonomy granting” (p. 398). I prefer this child-rearing style because it has a balance of warm and affectionate attitude, but also reasonable and appropriate rules, which let my child know that I love her, but I am not going to spoil her. However, I think I have been too indulgent to my child when she was young, which turns the child-rearing style to a permissive one, which is “warm and accepting… overindulgence… [and] allow children to make many of their own decision at an age when they are not yet capable of doing so” (p. 399). According to B. F. Skinner’s theory, Behaviorism-Operant conditioning, “infant act, or operate, on the environment, and stimuli that follow their behavior change the probability that the behavior will occur again” (p. 180). I believe that my response/the consequences of my child’s action will definitely affect her choice of doing thi... ... middle of paper ... ...h educational television together to help her improve on her reading and spelling skills.
With trust and confidence with and in their teacher’s children feel a sense of safety which allows them to be able to engage in learning to their fullest ability. Arthur, Beecher, Dealth, Dockett and Farmer (2007) and Patel, Corter and Pelletier (2008) agree with Porter and add that parents and whānau often have different values and expectations and that partnerships enable all involved to promote the sharing of information to enhance the children’s learning (Patel, C... ... middle of paper ... ... the child’s learning. Educator should endeavour to ensure that the families’ culture is included in the centre or school. Studies have shown us that by included families into centres or schools children’s social and emotional development benefits greatly. Families often experience multiple stress in their life’s these stress can often affect their child’s learning and educators need to be sensitive to family situations.
Children learn expected school behavior in a daycare setting. Children also benefit from the structure and rules learned from daycare. Child care and preschool points out the need of this early learning to help kids adapt to expectations throughout school and life. An added benefit to the structure at a childcare center is, that children gain confidence in knowing what to do when the kindergarten teacher tells them to line up or raise their hand; things that are not traditionally taught or used at home. A quality child care program can spell success for children in the future, they are taught good behavior, given a chance to learn and socialize, and have a structure schedule to follow.