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2.3 Own attitudes, values & behav

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Transcript of 2.3 Own attitudes, values & behav

By the end of the session learners will be able to...

Explain
how own attitudes, values and behaviour could impact on work.

Evaluate
how own attitudes, values and behaviour could impact on work.
Learning objectives:
Look at the attitude, value or behaviour you are given and discuss & write how you think these would impact on those who you work with.
Activity 1:
What are values?

What are attitudes?

What are behaviours?
Starter:
On a plain piece of paper, draw a big cloud. On the inside write down some values, behaviours and attitudes.
Activity 2:
TDA 3.6 : 2.3
Evaluate how own attitudes, values and behaviour could impact on work with children and young people.
Activity 3: Group discussion.
On your tables,
Have a group discussion on the impact that different values, attitudes and behaviours can have.
Activity 4: Evaluation.
Positive impacts:
You are able to educate people.
Challenge views.
A persons own view and understanding may make them more understanding towards certain groups especially if they share a view (same religion or culture).
If you're an optimist your behaviour will have a positive impact on learning because your attitude would be that anyone can achieve anything.
15 minutes.
On the outside,
write how you think these may have an impact on children and young people.
15 minutes.
Things to think and write about:
Are there any specfic positive or negative impacts?

Could they impact the future or will it just affect the present?
Discuss the following to develop a brief definition for each:
2 minutes.
1 minute.
Does this link to any theory?
So...
Some more examples:
Behaviours towards gender.
Are men better than women?
Value and view towards sex before marriage.
Who agrees with sex before marriage?
Attitude and view on sex education.
What age do you think it should be taught?
Optimism and pessimism.
Are you optimistic or pessimistic?
Assignment: TDA 3.6-2.1
Evaluate how own attitudes, values and behaviour could impact on work with children and young people.
An evaluate criteria so review evidence from different perspectives and come to a valid conclusion or reasoned judgement.
What are attitudes and values?
Why do people have different attitudes values and behaviours?

Examples of different attitudes, values and behaviours which could impact work with children (both positive impacts and negative impacts).

Is it okay to have own attitudes, values and behaviours? Is the impact of them good or bad?
Due date: 23rd February 2017.
We all have different values, beliefs and attitudes that we inhibit from our past experiences. We're often not aware of them.

When working with children, it is evident that they are influenced by our behaviour, therefore we must become self aware of how we come across to others.

In placements we are seen as role models so if we display negative behaviour or a negative way of dealing with a situation, children will learn and imitate this. If we have views about certain types of children, children will pick up and copy this. It is our duty to encourage and support pupils to respect one another. The only way to do this is to examine and evaluate our own values and attitudes and learn not to make behave or make judgements based on any characteristics i.e. race, religion or ethnicity or personal values and attitudes.

Children see, children do.
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