EEC1970 Rasmussen College Module 5 Professional Communications Assignment

EEC1970 Early Childhood Education Explorational

Rasmussen College

Question Description

After identifying different forms of positive communication and learning how to engage in positive relationships and supportive interactions in this module, you will now be reflecting on the importance of these interactions between children and parents as well as professional communication and your role as an ECE educator.

Key Area of Practice for Module 05: Professional Communications

Reflect on how your would encourage positive communication between children and their parents as well as your professional communication with families after reflecting on what you observed is the assigned videos for this assignment. Be prepared to explain how the activities you observed match or vary from the principles described in this module, and why.

To complete this assignment, first watch all of the videos in the playlist below.


Reading an Infant's Expressions

Stretching the Infant's Reach


Owens Falls Again

Father Gives Son Swimming Lesson

Ben Shoots Pool


Video Documentation for Parents


Helping with Homework

Milena Builds a Story with Her Mom


Sink or Float Explained

Mixed ages:

Discussion Starters-a CD (Choose 4 of the 8 to view)

Next, answer the following questions, In your written responses, be sure to use complete sentences as well as proper punctuation and grammar.

Reflect on this module's key area of practice. Share specific examples of what this looked like in the videos.

Share an example of how you plan to use this key area of practice in your work with young children and families.

Briefly share one "a-ha"moment or a key take away from the videos.

Download the template containing these questions below.

Final Answer

Please find attached. Thank you.







Running Head: Module 5 assignment


Professional Communication
Student’s Name
Institutional Affiliation


Professional Communication

In the movie on reading expressions of an infant, the speaker who is Dr. Tronic and Dr.
Sueexplains how infants engage in social interaction despite many people not being aware on
this. A mother of the child who is about one year old sits down and plays with her child. She
first greets the child and the child returns greeting back. The child then all of the sudden starts
pointing in different directions but the mother fails to help in coordinating the emotions of the
child regarding what they want to learn in the world. The baby then quickly tries to attract the
attention of the mother by laughter and then points her finger to what she is uninterested in,
but the mother fails to respond. The baby goes ahead and puts her hands in front of her
mother, and she is like, what is happening? After the baby realizes that the mother is
completely not interested, she fills stressed and responds negatively; she achieves this by
looking in a different direction away from the mother and starts crying.
The mother then moves to console the baby who loses her tampers and starts loving the
mother. These are showing that children involve themselves in learning the environment
around them and that they will always seek the help of those around them in doing so. If they
are not accorded the right support, the babies are then likely to cry to be granted assistance.
What is suitable for the child is the regular staffs, that is what the baby is interested in and
accommodating ourselves to that (Sue Johnson & Ed Tronick, 2016). What is wro...

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