Read Baker & Manfredi/ Pettit (2004). Complete this handout as you readBaker_Manfedi Petitt (2004) Chapter 1
Watch https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/video/early-essentials-webisode-2-building-relationships Complete this handout while watching the video.
Read the Relationship-Based Practices scenarios.
Relationship Based Child Care Scenarios
Answer the follow questions including specific evidence from the reading and video in your response:
- In the schools you attended, which model of center culture did the program use? How do you know?
- Which model of center culture would you like to work in? Why?
- How do relationships between adults impact babies?
- Pick 2 scenarios. For each scenario, explain how you would respond and what you would do in the situation. Identify which scenarios you selected. Include specific evidence from the reading &/ or video to justify your response.
Identify a colleague who responded to a different scenario than you selected. Explain how you would handle the situation in your reply. Describe how your response is similar to and different from your colleague’s response.
2 thoughts on “Module 2: Relationships Activity #1: Relationships with Families”
Early Essentials Webisode 2: Building Relationships
Answer the questions below as you watch the video:
• Why is working with families so important? It provide the pathway for children to grow up. It help built confidence with the children and form a trust bond with the family and make it easier for the child to bond.
• Why are relationships with families important? It help built trust with the family and help them to trust you and create a bond easily with the child. Its give family the support they need and
• How can we build relationships with families? We can built relationship by visiting their home observing the child and see how they communicate with their family. Communicating with the family and making them feel safe knowing someone understand them.
• What does it mean “Do unto others as you would have others do unto others”? demonstraigh, living and action of trust and showing the family our support.
• What is a primary caregiver (also known as a key teacher)? interacting with that one child and being their support system.
• How might families feel when they have a relationship with an infant teacher– regardless of the setting: a center-based program, home-based/ home visiting program, or family-child care program?
• Why is trust important in relationships? its important because it help to deal with the child calmness when they need something they can’t have.
• What are ways to encourage a family’s participation? Come in with and agenda and observe and interect with them and meet them on their level so we wouldn’t push them away.
In the schools you attended, which model of center culture did the program use? How do you know? They use Core Beliefs and Behavior. In their eyes all student were equal and they all had the skill and potential to succeed.
Which model of center culture would you like to work in? Why? I would like to work with personal culture. I want to lean and understand the uniqueness in ones culture.
How do relationships between adults impact babies? It give the babies a feeling of being Ian a safe and secure place.
Pick 2 scenarios. For each scenario, explain how you would respond and what you would do in the situation. Identify which scenarios you selected. Include specific evidence from the reading &/ or video to justify your response.
Situation 8. I would listen to the dad and let him explain hisself, then I would explain to his the steps in which he can take to get his and render my assistance if needed. If my help is not need I can leave him with information on how to get help and let him take it from there.
Situation 4. I would explain to the parent that kids their age are easily to spill or get things on their clothing because they are active and if its possible to walk with a change of clothing.
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