När nycklarna sällan passar : En essä om pedagogers villrådighet i mötet med utagerande barn
Sammanfattning: In this scientific essay I examine three situations in which the common difficulty is how I, as an educator, should respond to a child with challenging behavior. The purpose of this essay is to investigate how different approaches affect children with externalising behavior. My scientific questions relate to the thoughts about working methods, relationships and knowledge that I was challenged with during the time I worked with the child in my portrayals. Additionally, how similar situations, that may occur in the future, should be handled in a professional way in my future role as a preschool teacher. For this essay, I have used theories and working methods in low arousal approaches by Andrew McDonnell and David Edfelt's, as well as Jonas Aspelin and Annelie Frelin´s description of relationship skills and the process of creating a relationship. I have also focused on Ross W. Greene and J. Stuart Ablon's theories regarding the collaborative method CPS. Through these theories, I have been able to look at my actions from a critical perspective as I discuss how my approach in relation to my knowledge has affected children with externalised behaviors and what consequences my actions have resulted in. Furthermore, through writing this essay, I have gained an increased understanding on what triggers children into a disruptive behavior and how in my future work, with the use of these methods and approaches, I can prevent and curb the effects of aggressive character.
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