An Introduction to Early Childhood: A Multidisciplinary by Tim Waller (Ed.)

By Tim Waller (Ed.)

Linking concept to multi-professional perform, this source explores the most important topics of early early life schooling. each one bankruptcy summarizes key issues, together with studying, health, inclusion, and unique academic wishes.

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WORKERS’ ATTITUDES One of the biggest obstacles to recognition is the professional worker him or herself. Many professionals cannot accept abuse; it is too painful so they ignore the signs or go out of their way to advance more comfortable explanations. They may also convince themselves that parents would never harm their children and the whole discourse of child protection is exaggerated. Other professionals are so emotionally exhausted and burntout that they no longer feel any concern for the child and ignore any potential signs because of the difficulties and challenges it will pose for them.

2. 3. 4. 5. How are concepts of child protection socially constructed? What are the major obstacles to the recognition of child abuse and neglect? Why is the ‘Stockholm syndrome’ significant? What are the implications for all early years practitioners of Laming (2003)? How does child protection practice benefit from a multidisciplinary approach? Recommended reading Informative introductory works in the field of child abuse include: Corby, B. (2000) Child Abuse:Towards a Knowledge Base, 2nd edn.

9595 CHAP 3 27-38 16/6/05 8:56 am Page 38 38 An introduction to early childhood ISSUES FOR REFLECTION AND DISCUSSION 1. What are the benefits of early intervention? 2. Consider the current debate regarding the inclusion of pupils with Behavioural Emotional and Social Difficulties (BESD) in mainstream settings. What is your opinion on this aspect of inclusion? 3. How does the legislative framework regarding access issues affect children you know or have worked with? 4. What issues are there in respect of promoting self-advocacy with children who have special educational needs?

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