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Level 3 108 Margaret Street
Brisbane City QLD AUSTRALIA 4000
CRICOS NO: 02763G RTO NO: 31353+61 (7) 3194 6549
ASSESSMENTTYPE:Individual assessment
ASSESSMENTFORMAT:Knowledge based assessment
This assessment task is due to be submitted at reception by 5.00 pm
Any variations to this arrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor. Students may
request alternative arrangements subject to individual circumstances in consultation with the course
coordinator and trainer of the unit.
Your assessment must beword-processedand submitted with any required evidence attached,
unless specified otherwise.
A completed cover sheet must be submitted with all assessments.
Failure to submit your completed assessment at the date specified will be deemed as non-
You are required to fill in, sign the academic honesty statement, and attach the assessment cover
sheet to the front of your submitted assessment. Ensure you sign the receipt form when submitting.
Plagiarism: Failure to adhere to the plagiarism policy, as outlined on the assessment cover sheet,
will lead to the non-acceptance of the submitted assessment, as well as a written warning for
breach of the policy.
Students are required to complete the task outlined in this assessment to show competency in elements and
performance criteria of this unit. The student is required to apply and refer the knowledge and skills from
this unit to be deemed competent. To complete this unit, a candidate must understand cultural awareness,
legislative context for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultural safety, diversity of cultures, social,
political and economic issues. Demonstration of effective communication and lateral thinking skills must be
demonstrated throughout your responses.
Assessment 1 is compulsory.You are required to achieve competency in all task to be deemed Competent
for this unit.
© Queensland International Institute 2015
Level 3 108 Margaret Street
Brisbane City QLD AUSTRALIA 4000
CRICOS NO: 02763G RTO NO: 31353+61 (7) 3194 6549
Read and answer all of the following questions and provide detailed answers.
1.Write a list of methods used to gather and document observed information in regards to child
development. From this list choose four and give me an explanation of what they are and what
information they assist us to gather.
Some of the methods that can be used for gathering and documenting the information related to
the child development are observations, portfolios, educator ratings, parent ratings, standardized
tests and more. These are important.
While observation gives us the basic idea regarding the action of the children, the portfolio gives us
the record of the data that has been collected over a long period of time. The educator ratings is
essential for the abilities in language and cognitive development and the standardized tests are
created towards the fit for the testing of the standards.
2.List the different types of skills that are important to observe.
1.Listen skills
2.Interact skills
3.Motor skills
3.List what information you would expect to find on their enrolment form that is relevant to their child
development ( ages& stages)
According to the enrolment form, some of the information that will be
Relevant to the development stages of the child are their ages
1.Their ability to memorize
2.The writing patterns
3.Their numerical ability
4.Their identification ability towards objects and characters.
In case of children below 7 years they should fall under the category of Preoperational and Concrete
operational is the stage above 7 years.
4.Explain why feedback / information from families is important regarding the planned program for
Feedbacks and the information help since these help in integrating the parents in the assessment
process. Parents encouraged towards the observation and the listening of the child development
gives the best feedbacks as they detect and target essential milestones and the behaviours for the
development of their child.
© Queensland International Institute 2015
Level 3 108 Margaret Street
Brisbane City QLD AUSTRALIA 4000
CRICOS NO: 02763G RTO NO: 31353+61 (7) 3194 6549
5.What are the key elements which make up meaningfulobservations?
The major key elements that make up important and meaning observations are:
1.Communication in an effective way
2.The clarity
3.The trust
4.The reality
5.The follow ups
6.Explain how you would utilize developmental milestone information within your system of
I would categorize the milestones for the development of each and every child. Furthermore I would
make a chart to categorize each and every child on the basis of their abilities, skills and their interest
and then set up a milestone for each of them which will vary according to their capacity and then
implement care plans and activity plans for them.
Case Study / Scenerio
JM is a 10 month old child. This morning JM was playing ball with one of the educators. The ball
rolled past JM and she was unable to reach out and get it from where she sat. JM is not yet able
to crawl. However, she attempted to reach forward to grasp the ball but was still too far from it.
JM leaned forward until she was lying on her belly, which brought her closer to the ball. Still
being a little short of it, she pushed off the floor with her feet and boosted herself forward
towards the ball. JM stretched her left arm forward again and reached the ball, grasping it in her
fingertips. She brought the ball to her mouth and smiles. She seemed proud of herself.
a.What observation method do you feel would be the best to record this information ?
The method of Participant observation is suitable for the recording of these information since the
participant was active .
b.What is the benefit of recording this activity / event? What information does this activity provide us
While recording the activity of JM, it has been beneficial for the observer to understand the level of
developments. The ability of JM towards catching the ball.The will, the effort the child was giving
towards the achievement of task was recorded in the observation procedure which was beneficial to
understand and set the milestone for the child development. This is because normally the child at
this age is able to crawl, stand by help.
© Queensland International Institute 2015
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