Donald asks…

about child care setting?

in child care setting what is reflective account give me an example?
what is holistic development?
what is team work?
why is important to set your self profeesional goals&targets

MKWeb answers:

Reflective account is telling what happened and what you thinka bout that. Example. Timmy bit billy. The reflective part is where you reflect back about maybe why, what you could have done differently, etc.

Holistic development is developing the whole child – emotional, physical, mental, cognitive

Team work is working together for a common purpose. Like every kid colors a spot on a piece of paper and you hang it on the wall for a mural

It is important because people can get bored in the child care field very easily. Because they deal with little kids who are easy to please almost every day, adults often forget they are professionals. Setting goals helps with this problem.

Lizzie asks…

Can someone please edit my essay?

Social workers strive to create a change towards equality, justice, human rights, and the well-being of all individuals. Social workers empower individuals with the tools necessary to achieve their goals and live their lives to the fullest. We must devote our lives to helping create a more equitable society. All individuals have a fundamental right to live decent, dignified, and fulfilling lives, but society is structured in a way that not all individuals have equal access to food, housing, education, and employment. We need to ensure that individual needs are met so people can be more self-sufficient and able to make the best possible choices for themselves.
Just as individuals have basic needs in order to function, meaningful relationships are also vital to satisfy their emotional, physical, social and educational needs. Relationships lay the foundation of support in the lives of every individual. For example, family is a source of support for individuals when dealing with problems in their lives. Some families have external and financial resources to help them with their problems, while many others do not. Often problems arise within a family or a relationship from a lack of communication. Relationships affect and influence everyone around us and they help us learn from each other, enabling us to build a mutually beneficial relationship with those around us who are less fortunate than we are and aid them in seeking a more equal society. A strong relationship means strong support, and strong support means that individuals will be aided and helped when in need. Strong support is good for the well-being of individuals everywhere, even to us as social workers. We need to strengthen relationships to help individuals get along better with their family that provides for their well-being.
Every human being is important and should be respected for his or her unique qualities and characteristics. We can readily understand that others hope to be treated fairly and equally under the law and in their daily lives. It is logical that we would hope that others recognize that we want the same things for ourselves. We have ethical responsibilities to help our clients with their problems. First of all, we need to have the training and tools to support them in their personal growth and development. Secondly, we need to be able to describe viable choices for them, given their current skill level and help them to attain improved skill levels. Finally, we need to guide them towards the recognition that the greater the knowledge, the broader the spectrum of choices we have. Most of all, we also need to lead them to the understanding that freedom of choice ultimately translates to living life to the fullest. If we all work together for the common good of these individuals, then we can create a fairer and more equitable society.

MKWeb answers:

Not bad at all.

Just put a comma in “Often problems arise within a family” so that it’s “Often, problems arise within a family. …”

Peace

Lisa asks…

need help with psychology questions?

i would really appreciate if someone can help me out with these questions. thank you a million times!!!

1) How would nativists and empiricists differently explain how children come to understand the world? What are some ways in which children organize their conceptual understandings: be sure to touch upon 3 different ways children organize their understandings, and explain them fully, giving an example of each. Why is theory of mind such an important concept for children to develop- how do they develop it? List 3 ways in which children add to their understandings of theory of mind.

2) Provide two different conceptualizations of “intelligence” in children (i.e. ways to explain “intelligence”). What is G? And what is the difference between crystallized and fluid intelligence? Finally, describe the theories of intelligence of both Gardner and Sternberg, and carefully list and explain two points by which they are essentially differ/can be safely contrasted.

3) Select two of Erikson’s psychosocial development stages, and explain them- what the crisis is, what the developmental goal is for a child, and how it is positively AND negatively resolved. Furthermore, explain why you think these are the most important two, and explain how they are related to each other. How is this compared to the understanding of a child’s social functioning, as explained by ecological theories of social development? List the 5 levels of Bronfenbrenner’s model, and give an “example” of a child, and an influence at each level..

4) A) What are the three main components of emotion, and what are the two primary perspectives of emotion in young children? Explain these. B) According to research, what are the three ways in which children’s emotion is managed or regulated? Explain these, and give clear examples (one example of each type of self-regulation). C) What is temperament? How do we characterize it? In answering this, be sure to touch upon the three “categories” of temperament, and how they are distinguished (i.e. label and explain them). Be sure to write at least a paragraph on how are these temperamental “types” might be impacted by experience.

MKWeb answers:

Keep a close watch on these columns. And try to compile. Otherwise I am also trying to compile them to help you in your task.

Ruth asks…

Help me in English, please.?

Please check errors, add beautiful phrase and some school negatife features. I am from Belarus and soon will a open lesson at school and I will have to tell it. I can help you in Russian, if you need.

Educatio is a subject about which many people care deeply. Most believe that the state should provide aducation free of charge and to a high standard. There is now public debate about how schools are run, how they are financed: what they should teach, what they should achieve and to whom they should be accountable. Education standards are often said to be falling. Others think that standards are rising and that it is now much harder to achieve good marks. In spite of this conflict most people agree that a good education gives people the best chance of getting a good job and of improving their social position. Any school that achieves its goal is effective. It means to give academic growth, moral strength, and physical development. Nowadays the young do not have strong values. But this can be accomplished by instruction in church and at school, as well as through discussion and reading.

The biggest probleme for a school today is that it doesn’t guarantee future. Schooling doesn’t lead you into a job because it gives only general knowledge, but the job demand special knowledge and practical experience which can not be accomplished by school. Final exams don’t check all school programme. And tests can be quessed. Another problem is that talented pupils don’t have any privileges, for example, pupils who know foreign language can’t go to the motherland of that language. Because for the state all pupils have the same rights. And teachers are not able to sort out problems of contemporary education.
I think some pupils don’t achieve good marks because they have got to do too many subjects. Some subjects are a waste of time and children don’t have time to learn important subjects. Some pupils budget their time perfectly. No doubt, school is an essential part of our life. It helps us to choose our own road, it teaches us to appreciate friendship to find the ways of self-education and achieving goals. That is why people made a lot of proverbs and saying about education: “Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain” and “Values are caught, not taught”. The relations between teachers and pupils should be based on tolerance, mutal understanding and respect. Teachers should understand our problems and needs, he should be intelligent. We want to have up-to-date equipment in each classroom. Now some words about uniform. Uniform doesn’t segregate pupils on rich or poor. It makes pupils organized and disciplined. But abolition of uniform stand out pupils from other classmates….(I do not know what else to say)

MKWeb answers:

Here is the passage with some revision:

Education is a subject about which many people care deeply. Most believe that the state should provide education free of charge and to a high standard. Yet there is now public debate about how schools are run and financed: what they should teach, what they should achieve and to whom they should be accountable. Education standards are often said to be falling. Others think that standards are rising and that it is now much harder to achieve good grades. In spite of this conflict most people agree that a good education gives people the best chance of getting a good job and of improving their position in society. But for students to receive good education, schools must achieve their goals in creating academic growth, moral strength, and physical development. This can be accomplished by thorough instruction in school, more comprehensive testing, and through discussion and reading.

The biggest problem for a school today is that it doesn’t guarantee a good future. Schooling doesn’t lead students into jobs because it provides only general knowledge, instead of the special knowledge demanded on the job that can only be gained through practical experience. Furthermore, final exams are insufficient tests of subject competency, and the tests themselves can be completed through guessing. Another problem is that talented pupils don’t have any special privileges. For example, there are few programs that allow foreign language students to visit the homeland of the language they are studying. This is because, according to the state, all pupils have the same rights.

While some pupils have no trouble budgeting their time, many others don’t achieve good marks because they are loaded with many unnecessary subjects. Additionally, teachers are not able to sort out problems of contemporary education. The relations between teachers and pupils should be based on tolerance, mutual understanding and respect. Yet often, teachers care little about their pupils, limiting personal help and interaction, which hurts students. Teachers need to do more to understand students’ and parents’ problems and needs, and to deal intelligently with issues. Another issue is the lack of up-to-date equipment.

No doubt, school is an essential part of our life. It helps us to choose our own road, it teaches us to appreciate friendship to learn methods of self-education and achieving goals. Now some words about uniform. Uniform doesn’t segregate pupils on rich or poor. It makes pupils organized and disciplined. But abolition of uniform stand out pupils from other classmates….(I do not know what else to say)

Some notes on phrases that I removed or reworded:

(Nowadays the young do not have strong values. But this can be accomplished by instruction in church and at school, as well as through discussion and reading.) The first sentence doesn’t tie into anything else in the paper, so it’s out. Secondly, you are talking solely about school education, so church doesn’t belong here.
(I think some pupils don’t achieve good marks because they have got to do too many subjects. Some subjects are a waste of time and children don’t have time to learn important subjects.) This definitely needs specific examples.
(That is why people made a lot of proverbs and saying about education: “Money spent on the brain is never spent in vain” and “Values are caught, not taught”.) Not well placed, and since the second proverb actually devalues formal education, the whole sentence is worth leaving out.

Although it seems that you tried to create a thesis (statement on what your paper is supposed to focus) at the end of the first paragraph, the arguments you make throughout the paper don’t have a common theme except being in the sphere of education. 🙁 You need to organize what you are trying to say by paragraphs based on ideas like “why education is an essential part of life” or “what should be done to improve academic growth.”

With more focus and organization, you should be able to put together a good paper. I hope what I have pointed out will help. : )

Some comments from my Russian mom: The terms ‘student’, ‘pupil’, and ‘grade’, as I used them, are acceptable for use in the US, but if you are presenting this speech in Europe, where there is differentiation between ‘pupil’ (typically referring to grade-schoolers) and ‘students’ (usually meaning university students), you should make the appropriate changes. ‘Marks’, as you originally had it, is the more accepted term in Europe whereas ‘grades’ are more common in the US.

Mark asks…

Can someone please edit my essay? I just want some feedback on my writing.?

Social workers strive to create a change towards equality, justice, human rights, and the well-being of all individuals. Social workers empower individuals with the tools necessary to achieve their goals and live their lives to the fullest. We must devote our lives to helping create a more equitable society. All individuals have a fundamental right to live decent, dignified, and fulfilling lives, but society is structured in a way that not all individuals have equal access to food, housing, education, and employment. We need to ensure that individual needs are met so people can be more self-sufficient and able to make the best possible choices for themselves.

Just as individuals have basic needs in order to function, meaningful relationships are also vital to satisfy their emotional, physical, social and educational needs. Relationships lay the foundation of support in the lives of every individual. For example, family is a source of support for individuals when dealing with problems in their lives. Some families have external and financial resources to help them with their problems, while many others do not. Often, problems arise within a family or a relationship from a lack of communication. Relationships affect and influence everyone around us and they help us learn from each other, enabling us to build a mutually beneficial relationship with those around us who are less fortunate than we are and aid them in seeking a more equal society. A strong relationship means strong support, and strong support means that individuals will be aided and helped when in need. Strong support is good for the well-being of individuals everywhere, even to us as social workers. We need to strengthen relationships to help individuals get along better with their family that provides for their well-being.

Every human being is important and should be respected for his or her unique qualities and characteristics. We can readily understand that others hope to be treated fairly and equally under the law and in their daily lives. It is logical that we would hope that others recognize that we want the same things for ourselves. We have ethical responsibilities to help our clients with their problems. First of all, we need to have the training and tools to support them in their personal growth and development. Secondly, we need to be able to describe viable choices for them, given their current skill level and help them to attain improved skill levels. Finally, we need to guide them towards the recognition that the greater the knowledge, the broader the spectrum of choices we have. Most of all, we also need to lead them to the understanding that freedom of choice ultimately translates to living life to the fullest. If we all work together for the common good of these individuals, then we can create a fairer and more equitable society.

Social workers must have integrity. This ethical core value is endlessly important. It is the standard of deciding what is right and wrong and what each of us ought to do usually in terms of rights and obligations, benefits, common good, least harm, and social justice for all individuals. These are all central to what social workers want to create en equal Social workers must adhere to the ethical principles of integrity on maintaining a high code of behavior, honesty, trust, being respected, and having a sense of justice and fairness. Being honest and having integrity can be a guide for everything that one does. What to do when no one is watching, knowing the difference between doing the right thing and wrong thing, and keeping your word are all examples of integrity. These are attributes that social workers should practice as professionals and in their everyday lives. Having integrity is respected both in personal and professional relationships .One needs to display a certain amount of sincerity and morals when working with clients. A social worker, specifically, must uphold the highest level of morality and maintain that level when other people try to challenge their views and test their wills. When social workers are challenged with ethical situations, they have to maintain a sense of integrity to their profession, ethics, and principles. We need to understand that clients have different values and beliefs from our own and as social workers we have to be open to learning about these differences and behave in an ethical manner.

Diversity means a myriad of things to people and for me; diversity never was and never will be a bad thing. It is the differences in the decisions that we make, the way we think, act, behave, and choose to live our lives. People tend to be uncomfortable when they mention diversity. Diversity is more than gender and race. People are diverse with their age, personality, experiences. lifestyles and sexual orientations. When we look at diversity, we must look beyond our own race and gender and take a broader view of things that make up the whole person and makes

MKWeb answers:

Just from scanning your essay, I noticed that you used words like ‘we’. From and English standpoint, it is common to never include this or words such as ‘I’ or ‘Me’. I also noticed that there are a lot of declarations in the essay. This is all well and good as long as you have proof to back up what you declare a social worker as, or the jobs they perform. Im not sure if this is for high school or college, but if it is for college, I would recommend going to Purdue Universities OWL program, and getting help with APA format. I only throw this idea out there, because it seems like this topic is not based in the humanities. I would also recommend having a clear and distinguishable thesis; the only thing I know from the opening paragraph is what you believe, not what you are trying to persuade.

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