Cause Guidance Technique Appropriate solution Reason Mealtime fight Lack of patience in Jacke, he is very active and doesn’t like to sit for an extended period Take into consideration his hyperactivity and make him aware of the importance of having a healthy and complete meal. Don’t make him sit in a chair and eat his food. Let him sit near the window and notice things in nature while he’s eating. Let him move around and eat at his own pace. Develops a sense of being understood and helps his hyperactive nature. Also, finishes his food without causing another deficiency like aggressiveness Temper Tantrum Need for attention, and of being understood. Be attentive towards the child and understand his needs. Let him know what you care for him and you love him. Go to him and help him sit up. Check that that there is nothing wrong and let him hear you say: “let me see if something wrong happened to you… Are you okay?” This will make him feel cared for. Develop a healthy approach to being attentive, and the child feels cared for. “Mommy don’t go” A feeling of being left in a new and strange environment where she misses her mom and she’s away from her family and home that represents to her the comfort place. Make her feel home, let her bring with her favourite blanket or stuffed animal to feel that she can have what she likes in this place to feel be caring and understanding. Talk to her and tell her that school is also important. Engage her in different activities and always praise her when she finishes an activity to let her feel proud so that her attention does not go to the fact that she misses her home and mom and doesn’t like this place. She will learn a bit independent and self- assured. She will understand the importance of school and the achievement she is doing in this place so this place will be symbolized as a fun and achievable place in her mind when she remembers it.
Bully Feeling she is different than the rest of her class. She is trying to prove to herself and others that she also has strengths more than them by bullying them. However, she is feeling left out and isolated because of being large. Lashes out at other children possible family issues. Her behaviour causes other children to dislike her, leading to a further feeling of anger and alienation. Understand what she is going through and counsel her. Talk to her and get to know why she acts this way. Help her understand that physical appearance is not an issue, and good behaviour brings rewards. Try to arrange a meeting with her parent and educate them to make a healthy conversation about physical appearance. Praise her in front of everyone to reduce the feeling alienation and raise her confidence. Try to find things in common with other kids in the class; talents, skills and let them discuss it, maybe this leads to form friends. This will help look past her insecurities and let go of anger and feelings of alienation. References:
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- Summer '17
- Megan Vrono
- child development, Abraham Lincoln