Sunday, 30 November 2014


The attachment is the special affective bond that children establish with one or more people related to the familiar system.  This inspires to look for the proximity and the contact with them, for obtaining a sensation of security, physical and psychological comfort.

Following this definition, we can find four types of attachment in people: 
 ¯    Secure: high satisfaction, intimate and commitment.  
 ¯    Worried: dissatisfaction, fear to neglect and necessity of approval.  
 ¯   Avoidant: distrust in others and priority in the goals. 

 ¯  Ambivalent: rejection and necessity of approval.

The attachment is very important in the classroom for keep the attention and respect of kids. Also, this bond is inevitable because we tend to create affective bonds with the people that we use to treat for our social context.
Moreover for this child the bond is stronger than one of adults and it is created before. When kids don`t have this leading figure, they feel unprotected because they are dependents of an adult. For example, in their houses, this adults use to be the parents and in school, the teachers.
Each person have different type of attachment that depend on ourselves, our personal experiences and the context in we live and develop. In this way, the knowledge of the attachment in each individual helps us to understand the reactions and know how to respond. 
We think that most of the subjects of our degree are related and this provides a more concrete and deeper knowledge.
In the classes appears a relation based in attachment between teacher and student and among students. This relationship also can help teachers for knowing how to work in class, for example if the teacher has to form groups, it´s important to follow some rules and the majority of them are given by the knowledge of the attachment in kids.

Sofía Martín, Borja Hevia, Rocío González, Miriam Sánchez y María Matilla. 

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