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Help SOS Social pedagogy quote unit 022 or CYP 3.1 explanation of how current practice is influenced by theories and frameworks?

An explanation of how current practice is influenced by:

1. Therioes of development
2. Frameworks to support development

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Cognitive
Vygotsky like piaget posited children learn from hand on experiences. However unlike piaget he claimed that timely and sensitive invention by adults when children are learning a new task (zone of proximal development) could help children to learn new tasks. Vygotsky also stressed the importance of social interaction he felt other children can guide each other’s development as well as adults. Vygotsky also thought that children needed to be active in their own learning and that play is important for holistic learning.

Humanist
Abraham Maslow hierarchy of needs need to be met for a child to reach full potential take anything away from that and child might never reach their potential. This is taken into account daily with the child centred care and holistic approach to child care and well being. Practitioners need to look at the environmental factors such as warmth, food clothes as well as the psychological needs like promoting self esteem, and love.

Behaviourist
Bandura
Showed that children learnt through copying and observing, this can be applied today as if an early years worker with demonstrates an activity the child can learn to do it through copying. Or if a child has a good role model then they are likely to copy the behaviour. But if they see bad behaviour then they will copy the bad behaviour.

Behaviourist
Skinner
Skinners operant conditioning negative and positive reinforcement, this theory can be applied though stickers praise and reward for good behaviour and through disapproval, time out and ignoring unwanted behaviour.

Psychoanalytical
Freud
Freud’s work may not be proven but Freud’s work with unconscious actions and peoples mind skills are still used like when a child tells a lie they smile or put their hand over their mouths as if to stop the lie.

John Bowlby
Worked on attachment theories which are used in the day to day practice in education and social care at all stages they are given key workers who they build strong attachments to this helps children make transitions in their lives and to be able to make lasting friendships.

Social pedagogy - google search
Is a practice concerned with human beings learning, well being and inclusion to society treating children in a child centred way and a holistic way making sure that every child’s needs are met especially those who are in need. These are what my setting bases there approach to child care on.

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Thank you very much :)
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As an add to this, the book Social Pedagogy - where care meets education by Clare Cameron and Peter Moss is an excellent read - about social pedagogy on amazon and book preview on google

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Social pedagogy seeks to bring together theories and concepts from psycology, sociology and education to create a holistic way of working with children and young people.

Page 140 cypw level 3 handbook by Janet Stearns

Social pedagogy pilot programme - community cares and the report

www.socialpedagogyuk.com

What is social pedagogy

The 022 or CYP 3.1 CYPW unit

How children learn - theorists and development books
Download all unit pdfs in zipped files at the foot of this archived CWDC page
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Managing Children's Behaviour by Sheila Riddall-Leech


2.3. Theories of development including:
• Cognitive (e.g. Piaget)
• Psychoanalytic (e.g Freud)
• Humanist (e.g. Maslow)
• Social Learning (e.g.Bandura)
• Operant conditioning (e.g. Skinner)
• Behaviourist (e.g. Watson)

Frameworks to support development including
• Social pedagogy
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My heads all over the place by this question I juat can't seem to get it right I'm wondering if you can help PLEASE I'd be most greatfull ,, it say explain how theories are put into practice today ? Giving examples to support children's development and professional practice ? :(
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