Carole I also have a reflection paper that I need help with if you have time. Sharing your thoughts would be great.
The reflection should include the following:
Brief discussion of the student's future profession and how understanding the nature of families and children in relation to society is important for that profession.
Discussion of how the student's knowledge of the theories of socialization will impact his or her work in the future profession.
Discussion of how the student's understanding of child development will assist him or her in the chosen profession. Please answer all the prompts.
As a future leader and professional in education, I have the responsibility to know and understand the nature of family and children in relation to society and the education profession. In this reflection, I will focus on how the theory of socialization and how it's impact in education and the environment can challenge future professionals. The framework of the theory supports the belief that three bases in the life of a child that have significant results, (1) the interaction between factors in a child's life, (2) know what the immediate family/community environments are, and (3) and understand how the landscapes fuels and steers a child's development.
My professional evaluation of Bronfenbrenner's (1977) theoretical perspective guides to understand the various degrees to which children and members of society interact successfully. I can demonstrate my contribution to the ecological system to teach a high quality education to each student. However, if I/we fail as leaders in the community and educators, because we did not experience trust in the ecological system as a guide, will remain frustrated because the needs of children are not being met, we may even end up with a sense of worthlessness as a professional.
Bronfenbrenner (1977) introduced a theoretical thinking to inform people about the examination of context that surrounds children, and parents as they work to develop parenting roles and practices, especially ...
A discussion of the student's future profession and how understanding the nature of families and children in relation to society is important for that profession is provided.