Theory Assessment CHCECE024.

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Theory Assessment CHCECE024Assignments must be typed using size 11 or 12 font.UNIT:tmpmcyglh7v1679722_1414574178_617883.docxCHCECE024 Design andimplement the curriculum to foster children’s learning and developmentNAME: __________________________________________________________________________________ADDRESS:_______________________________________________________________________________POSTCODE:________________ TICK IF CHANGE OF ADDRESSTRAINER’S NAME: ____________________________________________________Academic PassNot Yet Competent/Please ResubmitAssessor’s overall comment:Assessor’s name & signature:Assessment CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster children’s learning and development Updated Jan 2017Page1of24STUDENT DECLARATIONThis assignment is all my own work, no part has been written for me by another person.No part has been copied from another person’s work except where referenced(including books, journals and the internet).I have a copy of this assignment which I can produce if the original is lost or damaged.Signature: ____________________________Date: ____________
Date:ASSESSMENT INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE LEARNERThis booklet contains assessment questions and activities which allow you to provide evidence toward gainingthis qualification. Before you complete this assessment you should review the information in your e-book learnerguide.TIPS FOR SUCCESSRead more than just the learner guide – you can use books, journal articles, websites (not Wikipedia)Write in your own words – think about what you have read and then use your words to explain what youhave learned.Explain where your information comes from (referencing) – this adds strength to you work and allowsyour trainer to see where you have found your information.Never copy and paste – this is not your own work and is a serious form of cheating called plagiarism.If you are unsure what the question means, ask your trainer.ASSESSMENTYou must complete all activities in the assessment to the required standard. This will contribute to a finalassessment of competence, which includes this theory assessment and further performance evidence, forexample a work placement or simulated tasks in the classroom. The assessor will explain clearly the requiredperformance standards.When you have finished ALL the assessment tasks, complete the form on the front of the booklet and thensubmit it by email toYour trainer will give you feedback and you may be given an Academic Pass, or Not Yet Competent. If you areNot Yet Competent you will have an opportunity to resubmit the assessment to be reassessed.Academic PassParticipants whose answers predominantly display competent knowledge andskills related to the assessment of the unit. All assessments components of theunit are required to have been assessed as satisfactory to achieve an overallacademic competency of the unit.Not Yet Competent /Please ResubmitParticipants whose answers display a lack of understanding, skills andknowledge related to specific assessments of the unit will be considered Not YetCompetent for that assessment/ assignment of the unit. Participants will berequired to resubmit that assessment again to achieve a satisfactory result.REFERENCINGReferencing shows what you have read. It acknowledges the contribution of the authors to you work, throughtheir ideas, words or research. Referencing shows respect to the original author of the work. You must includethe web address of any website from which you have sourced information.PLAGIARISMPlagiarism is a serious academic misconduct. It is taking someone else’s thoughts, writing or inventions andrepresenting them as your own. Plagiarism may result in failure or exclusion from a course. Plagiarism is:presenting work by another person as your own work, whether intentionally or unintentionally;handing in assessments which are markedly similar to or copied from another student; and/orsubmitting assessments without adequate acknowledgement of the sources used i.e. withoutreferencing.Assessment CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster children’s learning and development Updated Jan 2017Page2of24
Additional ResourcesThese are additional resources that supplement your Learner guide. These videos and online readinglinks(resources) will help you further understand some of the core concepts in this unit of competency.National Quality Standard Professional Learning ProgramHow to Write the EYLF Curriculum PlanBelonging, being & becoming: The early years learning framework for AustraliaEnvironments for belonging, being and becomingCreating child friendly learning spacesSustained, shared thinkingCultural competencyRecognising and supporting babies’ and toddlers’ belonging, being and becomingEarly Childhood Outdoor Learning EnvironmentsEffective Curriculum Planning and Documentation MethodsIn Education and Care ServicesBuild Strong Partnerships with FamiliesFamily participation and communicationDeveloping a Statement of PhilosophyRevising a Service PhilosophyPlanning for learning 2The Planning CycleEngaging with children’s voicesReflecting on practiceSocial and emotional learning opportunitiesContinuity of learningThe Early Years Learning Framework In ActionDocumenting learningSelf-assessment, reflective practice and quality improvement processesAssessment CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster children’s learning and development Updated Jan 2017Page3of24
Answer all questions1)Design a learning experience that you would use for a child in your care by completingthe proforma on the following page.For the planned experience and describe the relevant details on each of the followingcategories:(i)Age of the child(ii)Detail of developmental abilities and milestones(iii)Comprehensive list of materials you intend to use(iv)How you would set up the experience (including layout)(v)How you intend to keep the children engaged and active(vi)What modifications you intend to implement to provide extensions to play(vii)List 3 evaluation strategies you intend to use to monitor the experience(viii)The goals/outcomes you are seeking from the planned experience(ix)The EYLF outcomes represented(x)NQS standards represented(xi)Policies to be consideredAssessment CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster children’s learning and development Updated Jan 2017Page4of24
PLANNED ACTIVITY/EXPERIENCENAME OF EXPERIENCE- direct experienceAge of Child- 5 yearsDevelopmental abilities and milestones- enjoys playing with other kids and finds pleasureGoal of Planned Experience- to guide in curriculum decision making and enable the child’slearning outcomesMaterials required for the activity/experience- games and tools related to language,mathematics, science, art, music, drama, dance and social studiesDescribe the layout of the activity/experience/including how you will set it up and modifications-The space for playing needs to be safe with high quality and well designedHow you will keep children engaged?-By using movements in the activities and teaching them to collaborate for expecting success1Evaluation strategies- to encourage and give reward on the basis of learning outcomesThe EYLF outcomes representedThe EYLF principle/ s representedThe EYLF practice/ s representedNQS standards representedAssessor’s comments1Kolb, David A.Experiential learning: Experience as the source of learning and development. FT press, 2014.Assessment CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster children’s learning and development Updated Jan 2017Page5of24
2)You work with a number of children from an Indigenous background.a.How might you make sure that materials are incorporated to ensure that childrenfrom an Indigenous family and Indigenous people in the community arerespected?b.Provide at least three examples. Provide a detailed explanation with regard to howeach of the materials might be used in the learning environment.a.It is important to learn about the indigenous reconciliation because they are first peoplein Australia. But due to discrimination they are sometimes denied participation in manyactivities. Therefore setting meaningful objectives in the service for sustainable accessshould be included to become connected with the children from indigenous background2.b.Acknowledge the country at the meetings and important events; consulting with the localelders and council; celebrating the indigenous eventsAssessor’s comments3)Learning environmenta)Draw and label a plan for your ideal learning environment to promote an appreciationof the natural environment. Include at least 5 natural resources which you wouldprovide in your learning journeyNatural play spaces which will include trees, soil, air, water and light will provide richopportunities for children. The children should be provided the opportunity to get a sense offreedom and learn the skills required for managing self risk. They will be able to explore newideas and develop their understanding and interest3.Assessor’s comments2Kable, Julie A., Elles Taddeo, Dorothy Strickland, and Claire D. Coles. "Community translation of the MathInteractive Learning Experience Program for children with FASD."Research in developmental disabilities39(2015): 1-11.3Berk, Laura E., and Adena B. Meyers.Infants, children, and adolescents. Pearson, 2015.Assessment CHCECE024 Design and implement the curriculum to foster children’s learning and development Updated Jan 2017Page6of24
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