Depersonalisation: Vital To Understand Children Behaviour for Your Teaching Career
Even though you have walked a long way to get proper training as a global educator and making that a reality will be happening soon with an international teaching certificate. Still, you would admit how the attachment theory is relevant and important. It is basically the bond as a child you or any kid would have with their caregivers or parents or associations.
- A basic idea of the attachment style –
Going by the attachment style, one to art the language of getting connect and depend on other human beings. This is required to support the emotional as well as physical needs of people. Suppose the bond among the associations is weak or maybe toxic, then the style or basic idea behind the ‘attachment’ theory gets sorted.
- How is the attachment theory biological?
Another proposition behind the understanding of the attachment has a biological factor associated with it. A small child, aged 1 or 2 need develop a safe ground or connection point with their close people – especially parents, family members, peers, or teachers back in school.
- They would imitation in most of the cases actions of the caregiver or parents.
- So even if you see the negative or toxic actions displayed by them, – one very crucial reason can be the things they are witnessing.
- They would observe from their local beings or surroundings what is being told.
Mark of a good teacher is to identify such toxic symptoms which can be an alarm for them to address or avoid the use of toxic actions, both in and out of the class. Well, the teacher training courses are equally highlighting the same when referring to such a topic. The task needs you to learn the emotional, social skills and accordingly regulate the emotions or feelings. All of these form part of the interpersonal honing.
4 basic components of the attachment styles –
First, you need to secure a child. It is through the feeling of trust, love and cares the sense of security is restored. Accordingly, the child develops and overcome the feeling of disappointment under any threat or stress.
Second, children who have faced traumas in their lives, or have been deprived of having the parental emotional support show signs of aggression. They are confused or feel insecure and this is called an anxious attachment style. Later on, as adults, they are too stressed and feel distressed or clingy due to their parental behaviour.
Third, the avoidant dismissive style indicates that the child has been raised in such a homely ambience where they either ignore their pain or hide their true feelings. Parents often tell them to ‘be strong’ when facing the un-emotional salts or ‘suck it up’ without even expressing or shedding tears.
Fourth, the disorganised style of attachment, where, at times sexually abused kids. Finally, they stay isolated from a homely environment as an adult and keep a feeling of discontent among them.
But how are these attachment styles connected to depersonalisation?
Honestly yes and your teacher training courses must confirm the same! More because the period of adolescence which comes immediately after your childhood proposition is tough. And the sooner you step into the teenage adulthood your teaching abilities are questioned. Either you are surrounded by unruly classroom setting or children who are feeling insecure, avoidant and disorganised. Thus making the feeling or pattern of ‘depersonalisation’ – a strong one!
So, you being a teacher must look into the matter that such feeling should not step into their world. You are not to end up gaging a stressful situation and that’s not positive, a more personalised and caring approach towards them – by appreciating, listening or acknowledging them is what is catered at.