This paper focuses on Early Childhood, Who Got This? Discuss the following concepts and provide an example (not given in the textbook) for each as it relates to the developmental-behavioral approach.
Early Childhood, Who Got This?-developmental-behavioral approach
EC420 Exceptional Children
Directions: Be sure to make an electronic copy of your answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) pages in length; refer to the “Assignment Format” page for specific format requirements.
This assignment is comprised of two different parts that will show your learning of various course objectives from Lessons 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Discuss the following concepts and provide an example (not given in the textbook) for each as it relates to the developmental-behavioral approach.
Firstly, Negative reinforcement
Secondly, Intrinsic reinforcement
Thirdly, Positive reinforcement
Further, Withdrawing or withholding reinforcement
Additionally, Incompatible behaviors
Also, Catch the child being good
Moreover, Reminders, redirection, reprimands
Additionally, Sit and watch
In order to acknowledge and understand the diversity of childrearing beliefs and practices among families, you must first acknowledge and understand your own beliefs and practices about childrearing. Exploring and analyzing your own history and its effects on your behavior may assist you in creating a better understanding and compassion for the families with which you are entrusted to support. Please review the section on Cultural Models and Child-Rearing Practices (pages 75–78) and write a 2-page reflection essay discussing your own child-rearing beliefs and practices and how these beliefs might influence your work with diverse families.
Discuss how these topics do or do not influence you today and how they might have an effect on your work with diverse families. Stay focused on relevant information concerning the implications for your work with young children and their families.
History: family history of ethnic origin, language (s), geography, and immigration
Growing up: where you grew up, pattern of movement or stability, and your family of origin structure
Your current family or living structure
Values of independence or interdependence
Attitudes toward disability
Influence of racism