Reflective essay child diversity.
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1. A. Based on what you have learned from Chapter 3, what is your reasoning as to why some parents view their toddlers as difficult, contrary, spoiled or willful. Be specific and use terminology that you have learned in this chapter to support your view. This answer should include what toddlers gain from the “Stage of Autonomy.” B. Give a personal example to support your answer.
2. Review the “Kids Count” 2019 data for Nevada located in the Learning Module. Following, read the article, “The Role of Child Care in Supporting the Emotional Needs of Maltreated Infants and Toddlers” by Jennifer Mortensen and “Child Maltreatment: Summary of Key Findings.” A. Based on what you have learned in Chapter 3 to include the PowerPoint and additional reading assignments, why do you think toddlers are at risk for child abuse? B. How would you assist parents in dealing with their autonomous-seeking toddlers based on what you have learned in this module? C. How do you feel about Nevada’s rankings in the Kids Count data? D. What is the solution? Is there a solution?
3. The makeup of those who enrolled in this class is very diverse. We have students who are majoring in infant/toddler education, early childhood education, counseling, social work, elementary education, and secondary education. In addition, many of the students in this class are presently working as early childhood caregivers and teachers, social workers, counselors, and teachers in elementary and high school. A. After exploring the information regarding infants and toddlers, reading the article on maltreated children, recalling what you have learned about the developing brain, and viewing, “How Childhood Trauma Affects Health Across a Lifetime” presented by Nadine Burke Harris, sum up your findings as it pertains to you and your career choice. B. How can this knowledge support you in working with families in an attempt to break the cycle that can potentially harm children for a lifetime?” Knowledge is Power! What will you do with that power? It is very important to reference to Nadine Burke Harris’s video.