Qualification: NCFE CACHE Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Educator
Unit: Unit 3.4: Contribute to enabling play environments
Learning outcome: Understand how the Early Years practitioner supports children’s behaviour and socialisation within play environments
Assessment criteria: Explain how modelling positive behaviours impacts on children’s behaviour
Modelling positive behaviour is essential for setting an example to children and teaching them important social skills.
By consistently demonstrating how to interact with others in healthy, appropriate ways, Early Years Practitioners can help shape children’s behaviour and encourage them to copy good habits.
Through actively engaging with children in a calm, understanding manner that reflects respect and empathy, practitioners can demonstrate how beneficial positive behaviours are in various situations.
Additionally, by providing clear instructions on behaving properly or resolving conflicts with kindness and patience, educators can show children the value of upholding respectful relationships and taking responsibility for their actions.
Modelling positive behaviours is key in helping children learn effective social skills that will serve them well into adulthood.