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A teacher in a childcare center notices that one of her students is extremely withdrawn and isolated from her peers. The child avoids other children and rarely speaks. Describe at least two specific strategies a psychodynamic theorist would recommend to solve this classroom problem.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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Suggested Responses: Students should describe strategies which address this child's feelings of trust, autonomy, or initiative. They might suggest, for example, methods of promoting attachment, including warmth and responsiveness. They might propose strategies for encouraging autonomy and initiative, once the child has acquired a sense of trust. Strategies for the teacher to demonstrate and model warmth in human interactions and encouraging other children to be responsive to this child would also be appropriate.
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