positivebehaviour. 5.2. Evaluatedifferentapproaches to supportingpositivebehaviour. 6. Be able to support children and young people experiencing transitions. 6.1. Explain how to support children and young people experiencing different types of transitions. 6.2. Demonstrate provision of...
5.2. Evaluatedifferentapproaches to supportingpositivebehaviour.
6. Be able to support children and young people experiencing transitions.
6.1. Explain how to support children and young people experiencing different types of transitions.
6.2. Demonstrate provision of structured...
that children and young people are actively encouraged to participate in decisions affecting their lives? How can you support children and young people to make personal choices that have a positive impact on their lives? (cross reference with assignment 5 task 3)
Evaluate the differentapproaches...
Unit Booklet Support Work in Schools.doc ools Qualifications specification.doc Page 5 of 137 Version 2- 28th Feb 2011
Ascentis Level 3 Award in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Subject Code: 501/1289/2 Ascentis Level 3 Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning Subject Code: 501...
5.1 Explain how different types of transitions that can affect children and young people’s development.
5.2 Evaluate the effect on children and young people of having positive relationships during transitions...
Understand the context of supporting children
and young people through foster care
Practise as a foster carer
they are not met that child might also suffer bullying from other children, difficulties accessing the curriculum and therefore not achieving their full potential at their setting or school, they can become bored/disaffected
5.2 Evaluatedifferentapproaches to supportingpositivebehaviour...
including dyspraxia and dyslexia
5. Explain how disability may affect development.
See CYPCore 3.7 for part of this answer.
There are different types of disabilities that may affect development these include physical or learning disabilities. This may mean a child’s development is delayed in all...
4.2 Explain the importance of engaging with a child to support sustained shared thinking.
4.1 Explain the meaning of the term ‘confidentiality’.
3.4 Evaluate the effectiveness of speech...
to a Tier 3 CAMHS setting. The third section concludes the implications of applying these domains to the workplace and suggests further areas of development for the Children’s and Young People’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) project.
2. Core competences for working with...
Differentapproaches to supportingPOSITIVEbehaviour
See print out sheet.
6.1 Discuss when children’s parents have to go away on detachment. Listening to their feelings, talking about what is likely to happen, allowing time for child to discuss their feelings.
Structured opportunities. Rresource packs, Visits, Play activities, Circle time, Books and Stories....
Unit – 506 Level 5CYP | Units Criteria |
‘’We are moulded by and re-moulded by those who have loved us; and though the love may pass, we are nevertheless their work for good or ill’’ ( Francois Mairlac) 1. Explain the sequence of development that...
country who continually break the law. Because of this they continually put, not just their freedom at risk but education also. This type of behaviour is known as anti-social behaviour and quite often is the result of the accommodation, economic and community.
past experiences. Piaget reffered to this as schemas. |
| |2. People such as Skinner and Pavlov champion the behaviourist approach. They look at behaviours of humans similarly |
| |to animals. They look at the natural responses of YP's to stimulus and reinforcements...
partner of the European Year of Volunteering
2011, working with v to deliver the Children & Young People spotlight theme.
What young people tell us – findings from our regional focus groups........................... 5
Key findings - current...
Theoretical building blocks of the cultural approach
The cultural approach is very different from the other approaches, which implies a different structure of the theoretical building blocks section. In the other approaches, a core theme is presented alongside its supporting themes. The core...
Tasks for Unit CYP3.5
Develop Positive Relationships with Children, Young People and Others Involved in their Care
Credit value: 1
NDAQ number: H/601/1697
SSC ref: CYPcore 3.5
|Candidate name: Emily Parker Cache Num: 449.00...