Children

Effects of Low self esteem on children

The Effects of Low Self Esteem on Children Aruna Kalicharan Psychology of Infancy and Childhood (DEP 2000), Section 01 Professor Lissette M. Saavedra April 24, 2001 What is Low self-esteem? In most cases, children with low self-esteem feel that the important adults and peers in their lives do not accept them, do not care about […]

Read more
Influences of Modern Technology on the Children Development

Presently, most children embrace technology. Numerous children believe that technology has become part of their daily activities. In that regard, they supposedly find it difficult to imagine living in the aged generation where communication and other activities took so much time. According to Annual Review of Sociology (321), technology refers to advancement in scientific knowledge […]

Read more
Shy Behavior of Children

Birth order is defined as how a person ranks by age among his or her siblings. This is determined by how parents decide to separate their children. Birth order has been heavily linked with the psychological development of individuals. Many theories have been researching to relate birth order and personality traits of individuals in their […]

Read more
What is U-shaped learning

U-shaped-learning concerns the development of distinguishing the application of the inflectional past-tense morpheme of -ed to regular and irregular words – those which require an -ed (e. g. ‘waste’ –> ‘wasted’) and those which are expressed with a completely different word (e. g. ‘run’ –> ‘ran’), respectively. It is the learning pattern of initial overregularisation […]

Read more
Children’s Rights are best provided for within the context of the nuclear family

I will be discussing this statement in the following assignment, by studying some of the key issues and concepts it is associated with. Throughout the assignment I will be showing contrasting views for and against this statement. Firstly, I will discuss what the nuclear family is and what different theorists interpret the ‘perfect’ family to […]

Read more
The use of the foot orthoses in the treatment of paediatric flat foot: an evidence based overview

Flatfoot in the paediatric population is a common concern and is presented regularly in paediatric health-care settings. (1) Despite this, there is no universally excepted definition for this condition, although consistent attributes include a valgus heel and a flattened medial longitudinal arch. (2) Other names frequently used include pes planus, (1) hypermobile flatfoot, (3,4) and […]

Read more
The Impact on Childrens Learning and Development Through the Perception of the Practitioner

The aim of this assignment is to explore and discuss how Early Years Practitioners perceive the safeguarding of children and what influences the way it is perceived and implemented. It is also the aim to discuss how the internal conceptualisation, and external pressures, of factors such as policy, the language used in relation to safeguarding […]

Read more
Children learn in a variety of ways

It seems obvious that although we all learn something at some point in our lives, there are many different methods of going about that learning. Whether or not we can delineate children as being one ‘type’ of learner; whether success in learning is adequately measured in current educational circles; and whether or not our educators […]

Read more
Falling Essay

As he fell, in a split second his emotions raced through denial, panic, terror, and acceptance. Having rapidly and undeniably admitted to himself that in a few seconds he would be dead, acceptance of the inevitable allowed him to clear his mind of all the petty thoughts and worries. No need to speak to his […]

Read more
My time at boarding school

At the beginning of year six, when I was ten, my mum brought up the subject of secondary school and I realised that, after that year, I would have to leave the school and people I had known for many years. I knew I would have to leave my friends, because they were all going […]

Read more
Newpaper Report – Bebo

Recent reports have shown that recently every child that has access to the World Wide Web is a member of social networking sites. The main sites are Bebo & My-Space. In fact, 79% of secondary school children have been members of these chat sites from they started. Bebo was set up as a photo sharing […]

Read more
The Characteristics and Conventions of Children Stories

In my first lesson on fairy tales, we read through some stories such as “The Rainbow Fish” and “Going on A Bear Hunt” where we examined stories studying the similarities and conventions of the stories, which eventually, we performed to Year 1’s. The most obvious characteristics that we learnt were:1. Struggle between Protagonists and Antagonists2. […]

Read more
Health, Safety and Security in Health and Social Care

Practitioners should check regularly that objects and equipment are safe or broken such as checking for wear and tear e.g.: rust and fraying toys. Equipment should be checked that they are clean and dry before children start to play on them such as climbing frames and slides this could be a hazard when used wet […]

Read more
Sociology of Education

According to National Statistics online, there is a clear correlation between social class status and educational success or failure. The above graph shows that parental and family circumstances impact upon GCSE attainment. In 2002, 77 per cent of children in year 11 in England and Wales with parents in higher professional occupations gained five or […]

Read more
Why children and young people may need to be looked after away from their families

The local authority has a legal duty, to safeguard and promote the welfare of children wherever possible in their home and community. However, there are times when a child’s interests are best met by being cared for away from their family home. The term ‘looked after’ is used when an arrangement for a child to […]

Read more
Physical and intellectual activities for Early years children

In my assignment I have chosen to carry out my activities in an early year setting, there are a range of activities that I can choose from when linking with this certain age group with young children; the setting I have chosen to work at is Wallace Road Nursery. In this assignment I will need […]

Read more
Outing policies

Out door play and clothing policy when asking the children outside, a member of staff will check that the fields are safe and risk free. It’s important to take the register and the first aid kit Incas e of an emergency. Children are allowed to play but are given verbal boundaries about how far they […]

Read more
Promoting A Health Environment For Children – Stimulating Activities

There were many things to consider while this activity took place at my setting. We had to ensure that the weather was suitable for children to play outside as if it was raining or thundering the children may catch a cold or get hurt, it was rather cloudy but not too cold so I helped […]

Read more
Control of substances hazardous to health

COSHH (Control of substances hazardous to health) regulation 2002 provides a legal framework that protects all adults and children in the setting against substances that could be hazardous to their health. Substances such as bleach, glues, washing up liquid and any other materials that could be hazardous should be risk assessed and stored appropriately in […]

Read more
A Sesame Street And Teletubbies Address And Construct

Children’s television is a specific genre of television primarily designed and marketed towards children and is mainly broadcasted during the morning and afternoon. They might be shown during early evening so as to allow young children opportunity to watch them after kindergarten or school. The genre of children’s television can be said to be as […]

Read more
Burden on Students Carrying School Bags

Many people will still remember the speech that R. K. Narayan, the famous novelist, had made In the parliament. He said that his heart bled whenever he saw young boys and girls going to school laden with books which they could hardly carry. This burden did not improve their minds: it only made them hunch […]

Read more
Auspicious Diwali

This year Diwali being on November 9th Friday is an auspicious day for all of us!! I start waiting for Diwali many days before !! I buy new pairs of clothes and buy lots of fireworks(best part of Diwali)I paint my house, buy lots of gifts and distribute it amongst my loved ones and start […]

Read more

Get instant access to
all materials

Become a Member