In addition, parents provided the basic psychological care (i.e., clothing’s, food, shelter) however, was not able to be responsive to their children emotional needs because they did not receive it from their parents (Lutma & Farmer, 2013). Therefore, CEN parents struggled to recognize their children emotions because of the struggle that they been through growing u... ... middle of paper ... ...vention programs for parents that suffer from neglect can help improve parenting. For example, Nurse-family partnership is a program that assists families in providing home visitation to help improve parents improve on becoming a better parent (Herrenkohl et al., 2015). In addition, schools need to come together and help families and victims of child neglect. Schools need to promote readiness and academic achievement for children this can benefit the child academically.
She shared with the readers her story of how inclusion worked in her life. Barak retold how she felt deep sadness when she realized she was not “regular”. This made her hate going to school (Stussman 19). Two important statements were made by Barak: “If children do not perceive barriers, they will amaze you with what they are capable of doing,” and “I believe public school systems should be a microcosm of the ‘real world’” (Stussman 20). My oppositions feels inclusion is beneficial to children because they believe in the concept, “what you really need to make it in this world is good people skills and common sense; not academic achievement.” However, the truth is... ... middle of paper ... ...motional and distraught.
In addition, children with no self control, maturity, less understanding and don’t know how to express emotions appropriately or tiredness respond through challenging behaviour (Flicker & Hoffman, 2002). As children with challenging behaviour find it hard to communicate to adults and their peers, Neece & Baker (2008) examined children of intellectual disabilities and how it affects the parents. Children with both challenging behaviour and anti-social skills stress the parents because they do not know how to de... ... middle of paper ... ...ctual disabilities. Finally as an early childhood teacher studying I have found this literature review very educational and helpful to my practice. To be a caring teacher I should be able to understand and provide positive guidance for the children with challenging behaviour.
People wonder why their kids act up but that’s because their “technique” is flawed. Conclusion The misconception about spanking has resulted in a lack of discipline in America causing a decline in society. The Bible and many other doctors and researchers are clear about the correct way to discipline children. When proper discipline is implemented, children are prepared for life. Spanking, like anything else, is only effective when performed properly.
This inconsistency results in the child not being able to feel secure in the relationship (Boag, 2014). Children who are unable to develop secure relationships are taught that they cannot rely on people, and are therefore insecure in their interpersonal relationships. Cognitive theorists see personality disorders as developing from adaptive behaviors that they have formed that are considered over or underdeveloped in general society (Sampson, McCubbin, and Tyrer, 2006). In this theory people with BPD develop adaptive behaviors, often to inconsistent behaviors of parents (Reinecke & Ehrenreich, 2005). These adaptive behaviors are considered maladaptive, because they work to counteract the inconsistent behaviors of the caregiver, but do not work when the person tries to use them in their everyday life.
I felt discriminated just because of who I was. She thought that she had the right to... ... middle of paper ... ...individuality is greatly restricted. If a child is different they will immediately put them in some special class or treat them differently. You can praise a child all the time, but they will most likely just remember the negative things that someone has told them. I believe that it is necessary for the school system to listen to the children.
The American Educational System is not what it used to be. Many people fear the falling standards of the United States’ public school system. What with the harsh social environment, the controversial curriculum, the overpaid, corrupt teachers with their own agenda, and the exposure to horrifying new ideas and ways of thinking; Or at least this is what the paranoid parents of the United States have led themselves to believe. Anything looks bad when you look at it in such harsh light. Granted, there are a few (or several ) flaws in the Public Educational System but rather than make an attempt to help fix these problems, parents take it upon themselves to educate their own children and “fix” them.
Homeschooling can get you into a lot of trouble. You could have social workers showing up at your house saying, “We’ve received complaints about unsocialised homeschoolers”. You could have worried family trying to counsel you because you are going to teach them in ‘isolation’. One of the charges most frequently brought against homeschoolers, the apparent lack of ‘healthy socialisation’, is one they continuously fight. Though they have proved themselves capable of healthy social interaction, the notion persists, leading some homeschoolers to accept the label, “weird, unsocialised homeschoolers” as part of their identity (Flynn).
When you consider that these Amish adolescents have had a forced restriction ... ... middle of paper ... ...Amish community- whether they resent it or not. The Amish culture is admirable because of their restraint and dedication to their belief. However, their neglect for their children’s actions during Rumspringa is increasing their exposure to damaging behaviors. The hands-off approach is presented as this tolerant attitude toward Rumspringa youth while they explore the sin-filled world. In reality, I think these parents are purposefully not providing these young adults with the education and advice that they need to ensure that they will fall victim to an unsatisfying life- full of shallow relationships, declining health, disappearing funds, and no purpose beyond the next party.
Just as there are pros, cons seem to follow however. One of the main, and only cons is simply that the parent does not agree with the choices, or setting of the school. The parent might feel the classroom is not adequate for their child. Autistic children are isolated from most schools, socially and within the classroom. Although most children with auti... ... middle of paper ... ... can be difficult for a child with autism to initiate conversation on her own, by following your child’s lead and responding to what she does, you are encouraging further interaction.