Investigates without being organized or "prejudiced" in any way as to what you wish to see hear, etc. Focuses questioning; strives for a narrow, sharp field of vision Maintains widest peripheral vision; little foreground and everything of equal importance Attends to things in terms of knowledge of how they work, what is present and missing in a normative sense Is naive about how things work; hopes to find something new about how things work Searching of sensory modalities Receptive use of sensory modalities Supports work by content values and conceptual biases Values are process-oriented, tend to be content free Use of Self: Congruence The use of self as a consulting instrument differentiates Gestalt OD theory and practice from other intervention orientations.
No joke, I was ridiculously sensitive to the perspective of others as a child. In fact, I was so sensitive to it that I would put the perspective of an inanimate object above my own desires. You can imagine my relief when I discovered swirl ice cream!
Now I would consider my perspective-taking abilities as a child as WAY too over the top. They have the opposite problem of little Carrie. What Happens if you have Perspective-Taking Problems?
They end up doing only what is in their own best interest and disregard what is best for the group or anyone else they are with. When our children have trouble with perspective-taking, they may have difficulty making friends or maintaining those friendships once they are made.
Can you Teach Perspective-Taking to a Child? Fortunately, it is very possible to teach a child to take the perspective of others.
Here are the skills and activities broken down by age: Preschoolers and Perspective-Taking Typical Skills: Have you ever seen 2 babies in a room and when one starts crying, the other starts crying too? We call this theory of mind meaning that the child understands that other people have other perspectives than their own.
Around years of age, children start to gain an understanding that each person is experiencing different things. During the preschool years, we should see a child start to show concern for others who are upset. They may show concern for someone who is crying or try to do something to help that person.
However, at this stage, children still often confuse their own perspective with others.
A preschooler may think that since she likes ice cream, everyone likes ice cream. This may lead to actions like giving someone who is crying a favorite toy because the child knows that would cheer him up if he had it himself.
Here are some ideas of what you can do with preschoolers who are not yet showing signs of understanding that other people have different perspectives and feelings than we do: Point out the emotions of others.
Show the child when another child is crying and talk about how he feels and why he feels that way. Read books and talk about how the characters may be feeling in the book. Identify the emotions and then talk about why the character feels that way or how you know he is smiling, he found his toy, etc.
Talk about your own emotions. Label your own emotions to the child throughout the day. Talk about why you feel that way. If you have negative emotions, talk about what would make you feel better. Help the child problem-solve situations to make someone feel better. If another child is upset, ask the child what he could do to help that friend.
Give him some ideas like going to get an ice pack, helping the other child up off the group, or finding something fun for the child to do. The child should develop the ability to guess what people are thinking or feeling based on their behaviors and understand their motivation for certain behaviors.
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Keep in mind that this is still happening at a very simplistic level. Ask the child why he thinks he had that reaction.
Help the child identify the emotion he would feel and then explain that the other child feels the same way.Teaching Listening and Speaking: From Theory to Practice. Jack C. Richards.
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