Chapter 4 describes children in Erikson’s initiative versus guilt stage as interested in learning about the world, mastering new skills, and making new friends (Wardle, 2013, p. 80). Reflecting on this, describe in-depth how you can encourage support of these stages in your future role in the early childcare classroom, outdoor environment, and home environment.
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- Chapter 3: Developing Autonomy
- Chapter 4: Supporting Initiative in Children
Grossman, S. (2008). Offering children choices: Encouraging autonomy and learning while minimizing conflicts. The Professional Resource for Teachers and Parents. Retrieved from http://www.earlychildhoodnews.com/earlychildhood/a…
- This article presents a scenario and offers insight on how to encourage children to develop autonomy in the classroom.
- This website offers a variety of resources and support for early childhood caregivers and parents to help children acquire cognitive, social, emotional, and physical skills, as well as nurture language and literacy development.