web of relationships

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web of relationships
1 Urie Brofenbrenner 1979
1.1 Ecological perspective
1.1.1 Child at the centre
1.1.2 family, community ,society influence cencentricrings
1.1.3 helps understanding diverse childhoods and communities
1.1.4 each child is individual, with unique characteristics, motivations and capabilites,but contextualised by wider social environmental factors and influences
2 education
2.1 Feinstein’s research
2.1.1 2500 children,Social economical status,SES
2.1.1.1 individual children vary in their abilities, even from an early age
2.1.1.2 parental background(occupation and education) appeared to play an important role in amongst children. ‘even before children have entered school, substantial signals predicting future educational progress are contained in these standard tests of child play an important role in determining the continued development of ability amongst children
2.1.1.3 chooling can lessen the impact of deprivation on children's progress
2.2 children’s educational life is interrelated to factors at the different ecological levels (individual, family, community and society).
2.2.1 Individual,
2.2.2 Family/community
2.2.2.1 Children’s choices are influenced by what they see
2.2.3 society
3 Levels of influence
3.1 Lesley-Chickenley-alcohol misuse, domestic violence, drug misuse, youth crime
3.1.1 child development is linked to parental involvement
3.2 Some children are exposed in families and communities to domestic violence, alcohol, drugs, and youth crime, which may indirectly impact on their schoolin
3.3 unemployment at the social and community level creates a ‘culture’ where work is not valued.
3.4 mismatches of expectation, such as children’s communication skills modelled on aggressive behaviour in the home not being suited for participation in schools
4 Working with a social ecological perspective
4.1 wellbeing ring
4.2 child wellbeing
4.2.1 positive self perception and positive relationships with others
4.2.2 good care giving
4.2.3 resources>good food,good school,etc
4.2.4 reduction of exposure to traume and adversity
4.2.5 Well-being is about feeling good and functioning well
4.3 Practice
4.3.1 influenced by socio-economic change
4.3.2 needs to respond to the way communities are structured
4.3.3 influenced by changing attitudes in communities
4.3.4 empower family to work throughout to be with the child.
4.3.5 Developing holistic policy and practice using ecological models
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