Every Child Has A Story
Every child is unique and treating each child as an individual is what makes that child appreciating his special characteristics. While upbringing the children, even the parents develop and learn along with their children, parents’ actions, conversational style, and displays of emotion will change with each new youngster.
As the parents change their grooming style as they gain experience raising children, similarly youngster has his or her own style and needs, initially because of unique inborn traits, and later because of experiences. It is seen that older children need to be treated differently from younger ones.
Our behavior towards children should be determined by the age and developmental stage of each youngster. For example, you probably have treated all your children in a much similar way at the same age or level of development. A mother may be more affectionate to a child in his toddler years but visibly less affectionate when he reaches school age.
In another situation like this, the older child may observe that the younger sibling is receiving more affection from parents and feel envious whatever might be the reason. So this understanding that every child has different skills and demands related to:
- Physical Development
- Cognitive Development
- Social Development
- Emotional Development is
- Psychological and Psycho-motor Development
“When you grow up what do you want to be?” is the most commonly asked question from our children. But it is an essential step on the part of parents and educationists that we help to sharpen these skills and fine-tune them to become a successful part of society.
Observing and analysing different skills in students is a critical task, but only when our observations are informed by an understanding of how proficient our teaching methods actually work. Parents and teachers should be trained equally to observe each child’s learning behaviours and determine an instructional plan based on those observations, and deliver one-on-one and differentiated coaching.
Without an understanding of the individualised brain and the skills of each child’s story, these observations of behaviour are not a good use of the precious few minutes we have to work with each student. The strong belief that each of our students is a unique individual thus each one demands to follow a unique path in learning as well.
In comparison with the past times, there is more public understanding of the importance of a child’s early year’s education and the public now demands policies, programs and funding to create better opportunities for their children with the potential to be future leaders and successful beings in their lives.
It is proven from the studies and researches that the brain of a child grows fastest in age 3-6 years. So at this crucial time, a child needs maximum support from family-friendly policies and environments to keep going on.
This is good news that the right interventions at the right time can foster development, break intergenerational cycles of inequity and provide a fair start in life for every child. For students with learning deformities or delayed learning who are born into deprivation, intervening early, when the brain is rapidly developing, can reverse harm and help build resilience. For children with disabilities, it means making sure they have access to the individual, family, and community services available to all children; combined with differentiated learning programs that address each child’s specific needs.
Our team supports each child as we believe that every child has different circumstances Early Childhood Development by expanding existing programs by offering a chance to everyone in a way that:
- Supporting and working on students for better life skills
- Providing health support and behaviour if needed
- Improving the learning of people who want to improve Mental wellbeing from early years to adulthood
- Coaching multi-skill development in sports
- Presenting qualifications and employment skills in adult-students
- Presenting a cost-effective E-learning platform
Every child has a different learning style and pace.
Every child is unique, not only capable of learning but also capable of succeeding.
(Robert John Meehan)
So we have to understand the idea that each child needs to be treated according to the gifted skills to make maximum use of these skills to be a successful part of society.