E8) "Inclusiveness is derived from the verb 'to include'. To include someone means making them feel part of what is happening'. (P.Tassoni, 4th edition page 8). This means you cannot leave a child out of anything, it doesn't matter if they have a disability, gender, age ethnic background or religion. On work experience last year they did football male and female were included and a child in a wheelchair was in charge of writing down the scores of the teams. You have to include every child but to their personal needs and not make them feel a nuisance or excluded in any way at all. In placement their are Jehovah's Witness and they do activities with them, on computers instead of them having religious assemblies. Diversity means to understand every child is different with different needs it may be their language, culture or beliefs as a practitioner you need to understand the respect and value it and respond with a positive attitude to the child's needs. "Recognizing diversity is about understanding that children came from a variety of backgrounds" (P.Tassoni, 4th edition, page 7)
D1)"A good routine should encompass a child's overall needs(P.Tassoni 4th edition, page 266). Routines play a very important role in a child's life, it gives them structure and independence for example in my placement when children have their dinner they know its sleep time afterwards so they know what is coming next and often ask to help you get their comforters as soon as they have eaten because they know its sleep time also a child's care need's are very important such as toileting and hand washing need to be fitted in this in generally good around eating time's. As practitioners it is important that when we make up routines we always keep a child's safety in mind, this generally means keeping it close to their age, such as making sure when you give children activities or toys to play with it is in their right age range and they have supervision. Also as practitioners or parents it...
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