Linking observation of children to developmental theory and policy

Written Report Linking Observation of Children to Developmental Theory and Policy Watching and listening to children is an important part of a Nursery Practitioner’s role. This is how we learn what stage of development a child has reached. Bowlby states “a further principle of the theory of learning is that an individual cannot learn a […]

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Reflective Account Examples Childcare

Reflective account- Conferencing In taking part of the conferencing it has improved my academic skills and has broadened my knowledge and understanding of different aspects of life. When we first got given the task and were told to start posting comments and forming discussions I didn’t see a big discussion going on within my group […]

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Management of Provision in the Early Years Setting

Introduction: This essay is built on the management case study. I am going to critically analyse the case study using theoretical and research evidence of the management of provision in early years setting. This will provide a critical analysis of the management of provision of the setting in terms of these factors. (a) The manager’s […]

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Reflective Account of Child GSA

Recently in our house in the month of May this year a young boy has joined as a day student. I will refer to him as Jake in this reflective account (this is not his real name and all relevant information/personal data regarding exact time of the movement has been changed in order to comply […]

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Childcare Essays – Effects of Media to Children

Effects of Media to Children Media has been a significant part of our daily life, a vehicle for communicating to the public as well as a source of entertainment. Magazines, TV programs, radio, billboards, news, internet, cell phones are the forms of mass media which are considered to be part of our everyday routine. Traditionally, […]

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Child Refugees

Backdrop Half of the world’s refugees are children but their voices are amongst the least heard. Amidst the debate and conflict around refugees and border protection, the rights of refugee children have been neglected. “We come to a country we heard has human rights and freedoms. We can’t believe what’s happening to us….We haven’t any […]

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Mutism Anxiety Speak

Introduction Selective Mutism is a childhood anxiety disorder. Children who suffer from selective mutism are unable to speak in most social situations even though there is no physical source for their failure to speak. The best treatment for selective mutism begins with a team approach including the child, family, teachers, and therapist. The following offers […]

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Rights and childhood

Discuss the contribution made by Locke and Rousseau to changing ideas on childcare and education during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The late seventeenth century marked a change in society known as enlightenment. The Puritans had taught the absolute authority of the church and believed children were born sinful. According to E. J. Hundert in […]

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My social work practice

Within this assignment I will demonstrate my ability to critically reflect on the impact the service user feedback had on my social work practice. Firstly, I will briefly explain how my agency became involved with this particular young person and the purpose of my intervention. I will be referring to the service user of whom […]

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Organising a safe environment for young children

Planning a safe environment is a challenging process for early year’s practitioners. Child safety and protection is a key element in their development in early year setting. Planning of early year play setting every day is challenging and difficult process. Play environment should be a minimal risk and no danger for children. Arranging safe and […]

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