Article 13 (freedom of expression) Every child must be free to express their thoughts and opinions and to access all kinds of information, as long as it is within the law. Although it is one thing to generally accept freedom of expression as a basic human right, it’s quite another to actively respect another person’sContinue reading “Liberty of Expression”
In this project I will detail how holding an accepting space for a child across their development is of vital importance to their feeling secure enough in themselves to develop the psychological robustness required to grow emotionally and cognitively. When I was in the setting an incident occured. A child got out the play-do andContinue reading “The Importance of Affection and Acceptance to a Child’s Health, Emotional Well-Being and Behavioural Orientation.”
I will explain the value of observations, both inner and outer, and how they can be used in practice to benefit stakeholders. We observe the children in our care to better understand them, recording these observations in an effort to allow that understanding to inform how we may best protect and nurture them, and soContinue reading “Observational Techniques and the Value of Nonviolence in Childcare”
In order to be fully present and compassionate caregivers it is necessary that we assume accountability and discipline over our measured and appropriate responses.
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