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  • 1. DAY CARE YOU NEED TO KNOW HOW TO: • Explain the impact of day care on social development • Describe and evaluate studies which have show the impact of day care on children, including positive and negative effects.
  • 2. THINK – PAIR – SHARE (3 MINS) • THINK ABOUT THE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF EACH TYPE OF DAY CARE ON YOUR WORK SHEET. WHICH DO YOU THINK WOULD BE VEST FOR AN ONLY CHILD AND WHY? WHAT ABOUT A SHY CHILD? • PAIR UP WITH THE PERSON NEXT TO YOU AND SHARE YOUR IDEAS • SHARE WITH THE REST OF YOUR GROUP
  • 3. • Think about • Environment • Learning • Toys • Structure • Carers • Physical exercise • Time out room DESIGN YOUR OWN QUALITY DAY CARE
  • 4. EFFECTS OF DAY CARE: PEER RELATIONS •Andersson (1992) •Schindler et al (1998) •Campbell et al (2000)
  • 5. Effects of day care: AGGRESSION •Campbell et al (2000) •Belsky (2006) •NICHD study (2003)
  • 6. Evaluation of the effects of day care • Day care arrangements vary • Time spent in day care • Day care quality vary • Temperament of child • Sensitivity of mothering • Lack of commitment and interest
  • 7. How research into attachment and day care has influenced child care practices.
  • 8. GOOD QUALTIY DAY CARE • CAMPBELL ET AL (2000) • Low adult to child ratio – child receive plenty of attention and stimulation – ratio vary depending on age of child • Small sized group – easy for young children to deal with as fewer strangers • Mixed age group – combining older and younger. Peer interaction/ copy social behaviour • Well trained staff and low staff turnover – prevents insecurity • Stable attachment figure – key worker system • Structured day – activities/ routines help child to feel that environment is predictable and makes them feel safe.
  • 9. Think about the other areas of attachment and how they influence modern day child care Area of spec Learning theory of attachment Bowlby’s theory of attachment Types of attachment Cultural vairation Disruption of attachment Privation Infleunce on child care

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