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1.1 Identify the current legislation and code of practice relevant to promotion of equality and valuing of diversity.
Equality is ensuring individuals or groups of individuals are treated fairly and equally and no less favourably, specific to their needs, including areas of race, gender, disability, religion or belief, [ sexual orientation and age. Promoting equality should remove discrimination in all of the aformentioned areas. Bullying, harassment or victimization are also considered as equality and
diversity issues. Diversity aims to recognise, respect and value people’s differences to contribute and realise their full potential by promoting an inclusive culture for all staff and students. Human Rights, Diversity and Equality The six areas of diversity in law are disability, gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation and religion / belief. Discrimination is forbidden in these areas ]
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3 Evaluate how own attitudes, values and behaviour could impact on work with children and young people.
Weegy: If you are a pro-social person, who is pleasant, unbiased and have concern for others, you will work well with children and young people. [ As you have a strong influence on the children in your car, you should work on reducing any bias or negative behaviors you might have. Both groups then thrive. ] (More)
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Children learn basic life skills through observation of adults. Frequently, they will mimic a behavior that they have observed to see if the result will be validated in their situation. Demonstrating a positive attitude along with showing how to reframe a challenge is needed to begin teaching critical thinking skills. The way in which an adult or authority figure demonstrates socially appropriate behavior is important. Manners like saying "please and thankyou" showing respect for authority, following rules, telling the truth, sharing, and eating manners are also important to display so children can watch and learn. Demonstrating kindness and empathy are other behaviors to demonstrate. Letting children see that actions have consequences (consequences cannot be harmful to the child) is important as they learn impulse control and thinking before acting.
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