Early Child Social-Emotional Concepts - Coggle Diagram
Early Child Social-Emotional Concepts
Moral relativism suggests that there are no moral facts. There are facts (i.e., things that can be proven or that exist) and there are opinions (things that you believe).
Examples might be, “Adultery is wrong”, “We should not tell lies”, “We ought to keep promises”, “People should be kind”.
Morals depend on the human using them, they are different to each person
one person may think a moral is good while another may think it is bad.
A moral is a lesson that can be learned, inherited or taught
10 good morals
Respect. Many parents make the mistake of teaching their children only about respect for elders, but that is wrong. ...
Family. Family is an integral part of kids' lives. ...
Adjusting and Compromising. ...
Helping Mentality. ...
Respecting Religion. ...
Never Hurt Anyone.
self conscious emotions
Emotions like pride, shame, embarrassment, and guilt do not start to develop until self-awareness which appears in the last half of the second year of life and comes later than joy and fear. And these emotions are mainly influenced by parents' responses to the children's behavior.
emotion language and understanding of emotion
Ages 2-3 are starting to increase the number of terms in which they describe emotions, learning not just vocabulary, but also causes and consequences of feelings. Age 4-5 shows a better ability to reflect emotions and understanding others' emotions, along with controlling and managing emotions to meet social standards.
conflicted shyness: where a child has high anxiety about social interactions
social disinterest: where a child does not show anxiety they just simply want to be on their own.
regulation of emotion and peer relations
Emotion regulation is important for peer acceptance because emotions play a strong role in determining if a child's peer relationship is successful. Negative emotions like anger, fear can lead to greater rejection rather than positive emotions like happy and joy.
what is it
The ability to recognize express and manage feelings at different stages of life and to have empathy for the feelings of others. These emotions either positive or negative are heavily influenced by peers such as parents, siblings, or friends.
I know as a kid I always dealt with conflicted shyness, but I was always able to have good peer relationships and good at managing emotions.
emotion-coaching and emotion-dismissing parents
parents can view their child's negative emotions as a teaching lesson, and can also help children learn how to deal with emotions. Children who have emotion coaching parents are able to regulate negative emotions
The psychosocial stage that characterizes early childhood is initiative versus guilt. By now children have become convined that they are their own person
The great governor of intiative is conscience. Children now not only feel afraid of being found out but also begin to hear the inner vioce of self-observation, self-guidance and self-punishment.
Their initiave and enthusiasm may bring them not only rewards but also punishment, Widspread disappointment at this stage may lead to an unashing guilt that lowers the child's self-esteem.
Whether children leave this stage with a sense of initiative that outweighs thier sense of guilt depends on how the parents respond to thier children's self-initiative activities.
Children who are given the freedom and opportunity to initiate motor play have thier sense of initiative supported.
What is parenting?
Parenting promotes and supports the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of a child from infancy to adulthood.
Types of Parenting
Parenting style in which parents encourage their children to be independent but still place limits and control on their actions. Authoritative parenting is associated with children's social