By Cathie Robertson
Safeguard, foodstuff, AND future health IN EARLY schooling, Fourth variation, prepares scholars for a occupation in early adolescence schooling via a mixture of easy details and idea, functional functions, assets, and insurance of cultural competence. Emphasizing the realities of operating with young children, the e-book covers the 4 significant topic areas--safety, foodstuff, well-being, and particular topics--and comprises vignettes, checklists, and case reports. This completely up-to-date fourth version contains new Early youth ranking Scales (ECER-S), accelerated details on more youthful straightforward university age childrens, and simplified assurance of CPR and is designed all through to aid scholars construct their figuring out of cultural competence in operating with childrens and households from assorted backgrounds. assurance of special-interest subject matters similar to bullying, catastrophe making plans for human-generated mess ups, how the US eats, the impression of struggle and terrorism on teenagers, autism, fetal alcohol syndrome, and being in danger for preventable illnesses is helping scholars see the real-world program of what they're studying.
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What was the cultural environment? What factors of these inﬂuences from your childhood led you to want to work with children? What positive factors from your childhood inﬂuences will you have to contribute to the children you work with? 2 Environment An ecological perspective allows one to view the environment of a child. A risk factor in the health and well-being of children can come from any area of the environment. The physical, social and emotional, economic, and cultural environments all inﬂuence children’s growth and development.
All of the complex factors in the environment can be simplified by using an ecological point of view (Figure 1-1). The ecological perspective examines the physical, social and emotional, economic, and cultural environments that affect a child. It relates all of the factors that might influence children’s lives in terms of growth, health, safety, development, and well-being. Early childhood education is an essential part of the environment for those children who receive nonparental care. Those who are teachers should be aware of all of the environmental factors.
Today, Andrea is a healthy 17-year-old high school senior. The cooperation of her early childhood education teacher contributed to maintaining a positive environment for Andrea so that she could be healthy and grow. Early childhood teachers should be professionals who possess this specialized knowledge in health and nutrition and can promote healthy habits (Freeman & Feeney, 2006). By providing this instruction to children in care, a high-quality early childhood education environment can provide the foundation for good health and well-being in adulthood.