importance of relationships, circle of security and attachment theory

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nar2706
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importance of relationships, circle of security and attachment theory

Post by nar2706 » Mon Jan 28, 2019 6:41 pm

This is a question I am struggling with and need help with:

Researchers have stated that in some cases inappropriate behaviour may be the result of children’s emotional needs not being met. Taking this into consideration, explain the importance of relationships, circle of security and attachment theory, in relation to behaviour guidance in young children, and its implications for you as an educator

I know that the circle of security is where the child is at the top and their needs need to be taken into account and that the attachment theory is that when the child feels comfortable with the adults around them their needs will be easier to be met but I can't seem to relate this to how it relates to inappropriate behaviour.
I need to write about 300 words to answer. Help please.


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Re: importance of relationships, circle of security and attachment theory

Post by nar2706 » Sun Feb 03, 2019 6:32 pm

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