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CD 210 Final Exam
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Which circumstances are consistent and constant across all factors of humanity?
difficult birth process,
dependency of the infant,
and predictable responses of the parents to the newborn
What does parenting styles refer to?
Describes the normal variation in patterns of how parents try to control their children.
What are the different types of parenting styles?
Indulgent (Permissive) Parents
-Responsive but seldom demand mature behavior from their child, relying instead on the child's self-regulation.
-Unresponsive, but demand obedience from their child.
-Responsive, but also demanding, holding high standards for the child while being supportive in their discipline.
Neither responsive nor demanding, although not to the point of being neglectful.
Can culture effect parenting styles?
-Process (rather than production)
What is the most important thing that care teachers can do in regard to differences in family structure?
Divorced Parents: Relates fairly to both parents, supporting each parent's relationship with the child. Remain neutral in situations. Keep both parents well informed.
Single Parents: Sensitive to these children as they need and long for safe, nurturing contact with adults of both sexes.
Same-Sex Parents: Support relationship between hcild and parents. Ready to share information.
Qualities of family relationships are more tightly linked with child outcomes than is parental sexual orientation.
What may be a challenge when grandparents raise grandchildren?
Grandparents normally do not have legal authority of the children.
A major problem with adults saying that, "Tim is an aggressive child," is what?
The child is not aggressive, he is portraying aggressive behavior that is due to another reasons such as fear, not because he is aggressive.
What does Power of Development mean?
Children are developing their emotional and social skills and it takes time to learn new skills and ways of being. Each stage of development may require different adult strategies.
How do you respect the Power of Development?
By giving the child support in areas needed at appropriate times, and letting them learn on their own when appropriate.
What is the foundation for thinking about guidance?
Guidance is used to indicate a developmental, relationship-based, problem-solving approach to supporting young children's social and emotional competence.
Children's Emotional Needs and Their Goals
Individual Differences in Children
The Power of Development
How do you reflect when you are providing guidance?
What is the child experiencing? What is the child's perspective on the situation?
What, when, where, how, and with whom does this behavior occur?
What is the child communicating that he wants or needs? What is the purpose of the child's behavior? What is the meaning of the child's behavior?
What is the primary purpose of guidance?
Supporting the child's competence and self-regulation.
When a teacher considers all characteristics of a child when thinking about how to guide a child, the teacher is tuning into what?
The child's needs?
A child's challenging behavior is what?
The child is attempting to communicate but doesn't know how to do so with words
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