Early Childhood Education and Care

ASSESSMENT 1: WRITTEN TEST
INSTRUCTIONS TO LEARNER
You are required to answer the following questions to confirm your knowledge in relation to unit 
CHCECE009 Use an approved learning framework to guide practice 
You may refer to your training materials and other research while completing the answers.
Write your answers in the spaces below using a blue or black pen.  Alternatively type a document and provide a printed copy.  If you re-type the document, repeat each question in the document and type your answer under the question.
Questions     Satisfactory√
Question 1          List the two approved learning frameworks and identify the difference between them. 
Question 2          How do you recognise differences between the relevant framework and other approved frameworks    
Question 3          Identify the elements of the learning framework and how they support educators practice.    
Question 4           Describe how you would apply the learning framework to your day to day activities    
Question 5          List one way the framework is applied to support children’s learning    
Question 6          Describe how you could explore and develop an understanding of the principles and practices of the relevant framework    
Question 7          How do you work in collaboration with others to apply the principles and practices of the learning framework to all aspects of the educator role    
Question 8          Describe how you work in collaboration with others to implement framework learning outcomes    
Question 9           What is the best way to reflect on own practices in the workplace?     
Question 10          List the Australian Education National Standard for Early Childhood and where would you locate them.  


 

Question 1    

List the two approved learning frameworks and identify the difference between them.

Sol. My Time, Our Place: Framework for School Age Care in Australia along with  Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia

 

Question 2          

How do you recognise differences between the relevant framework and other approved frameworks

Sol. The differences in relevant and approved framework pertain to the regulations pertaining to the different frameworks. The program focussing on the developmental needs too along with the experiences that the children will go through varies. The EYLF is Australia’s framework which enriches the experience of children and the learning years pertaining from the birth up to five years. The framework for the approved ones well recognized the vital children learning development. 

 

Question 3          

Identify the elements of the learning framework and how they support educators practice.

The elements of learning framework pertain to – 
Secure, respectful and reciprocal relationships.
Partnerships.
High expectations and equity.
Respect for diversity.
Ongoing learning and reflective practice.

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Question 4          

Describe how you would apply the learning framework to your day to day activities

Sol. The framework can be well deployed in the activities with the intent to introduce greater learning and development amongst children. The preschool children would be taken through the various activities which would inculcate the needed essential behaviour and aid in their development. 

 

Question 5  

List one way the framework is applied to support children’s learning

Sol. The framework is applied with the undertaking of the activity with respect of the children learning and development

 

Question 6          

Describe how you could explore and develop an understanding of the principles and practices of the relevant framework

Sol. The exploration and development of understanding of principles along with the practices is significant. By the conduct of activities held in the group, the children are been made to carefully undertake the various parts of the activity. While they do the activity, it is the responsibility of educator to check and observe as to how children are racting. In case of any help, the educator can help the children well understand and participate in the activity. Tehe understanding of the practices falling part of the framework can be provisioned with the help of activities too. 

 

Question 7  

How do you work in collaboration with others to apply the principles and practices of the learning framework to all aspects of the educator role

Sol. It is essential that the collaboration of others is ascertained too while the principles and practices pertaining to the framework are being taught. Basis the role of educator it is essential that the brainstorming is done with other educators too and the various thoughts and perceptions discussed in the form before taking up the activities with the children. While the collaboration would aid in getting the most information and making the transformation in accordance to the discussion with the friends and the family. 

 

Question 8          

Describe how you work in collaboration with others to implement framework learning outcomes

Sol. The collaboration in others would involve the families and friends of children. The same can be well done with the purposeful meeting and discussion with the family of the children. The friends too are being spoken to in order to ascertain better collaboration. 

Question 9          

What is the best way to reflect on own practices in the workplace? 
Sol. The best way to reflect own practices at the workplace is to well demonstrate whatever is being theoretically understood. The comprehension of various practices can be handled better. 

 

Question 10          

List the Australian Education National Standard for Early Childhood and where would you locate them.
Sol. The National Quality Standard is associated and the same can be located at the online resource available. The link to it is provisioned below  - 
https://www.acecqa.gov.au/nqf/national-quality-standard

 

Assessment 2

EYLF Principle    How this has been applied
Example     Secure, respectful and reciprocal relationships    The educators need to trust the children while they are handling crayons and the safety is to be ensured that the crayons don’t break

High Expectations & Equity    The educators would need to help children well understand that the crayons are to be dealt with care. The children would need to pick the crayons and keep them safely back in the box
    
    
    
Respect For Diversity    
The educators need to help children in guiding that they should have respect for crayons, and even if, they are delicate, care has to be executed. 
    
    
    
Ongoing Learning And Reflective Practice    The educators need to bring out the reflective practice while the crayons are being handled by children. They should be asked as to how they felt holding the little crayons.
    
    
    
EYLF Practice    How this has been applied
Holistic Approaches    The connection of mind, body and spirit done and the same being exhibited well by the educators while the crayons are being handled and the manner in which the exercise takes place
    
    
    
Responses To Children    The educators need to respond to the queries of children and the same should be done in the group so that all the children gather the learning well
    
    
    
Learning Through Play    While the educators make the pre-schoolers participate in the activity and handle the crayons, the children also learn as to how they can spreads love and happiness with the act
    
    
    
    
EYLF Outcome    How this has been applied
Children have strong sense of identity    The educators need to make understand the children through the activity about crayons and the children are able to well identify the strong sense pertaining to identity
    
    
    
Children have strong sense of well being    The educators observe how well the children handle the crayons
    
    
    
Children are effective communicator    While reflecting on the experience of children, it enables them to act and communicate well      

Solution 2.

The other learning framework applicable to the case study is Belonging, Being and Becoming. It forms the foundation ensuring that children are able to cherish the quality of learning.

Solution 3.

Based on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the rights that are being exercised well in the case study are linked to the respect that children get from the states parties from the education institute. The other right being demonstrated pertains to the care and wellbeing that the children need and the same is being provisioned for them.

Solution 4.

The educator could well apply the “High expectations and equity when guiding this activity” basis the understanding that the children need to gather from the activity in consideration that the chicks are being part of diversity are living and need to be treated with equity. The educators need to respond to the queries which the children would have  and the same should be done in the group.

Solution 5. 

The activity could help children well reach the EYLF Outcome 3: Children have a strong sense of wellbeing in the manner in which the chickens are being handled by the children. The wellbeing aids in them trying to associate themselves. 

Solution 6.

The educators can well develop EYLF Practice 4: Intentional Teaching during and after this activity by trying to bring about more focus on the significant part of learning for children. Post the activity, the educator should be observing as to if the children are practicing what they have learnt. The observation would give in the key inputs to the educator too. 

Solution 7.

The organisational standards are associated to the national quality standards and Belonging, Being and Becoming

1.    
Point of evidence: Marco and Wendy (both 3 years) are sitting together under a tree in the playground, making dirt pies. Tammy (4 years) comes along and asks to play. The children say the game is only for two people. Tammy reports to the educator, who helps Tammy find another activity.
Learning outcome: Children have a strong sense of wellbeing
Subcategory: Children develop a sense of insecurity, hatred, jealousy, being unkind

Overall goal: Being & Becoming

Principles: Secure, respectful and reciprocal relationships

Practice: Cultural competence

2. 
Point of evidence: The pre-schoolers are playing with musical instruments. The educator plays a range of culturally diverse music that the children can play along too. They also try out new instruments they haven’t seen before.
Learning outcome: 
Children are connected with and contribute to the world
Subcategory:
Children can be effective contributors and like to be participative
Overall goal: Being & Becoming

Principles:
Ongoing learning and reflective practice
Practice:
Evaluating Children learning and well being, Learning environment, cultural competence

 
3.
Point of evidence: Liam (2 years) is sitting quietly by himself. The educator observes that Liam looks unhappy. She comes and sits beside him and asks if he would like a cuddle. At first Liam turns away, but then he moves towards the educator, indicating he would like a hug.
Learning outcome: Children have a strong sense of identity
Subcategory: Children are delicate and well recognize the feelings and emotions. 
Overall goal: Being & Becoming
Principles: High expectations and equity, partnership with families
Practices: Holistic approaches, learning environments
4. 
Point of evidence: Naomi (3 years) is having difficulty climbing the monkey bars. She is quite short for her age and feels frustrated that she can’t reach and grip on like the other children her age. The educator gets a low stool for Naomi to stand on so she can reach, and supervises while she climbs.
Learning outcome: Children are confident and involved learners, children have a strong sense of well-being, children are effective communicators
Subcategory:
The strong sense of well-being and the recognition of the strengths and competitiveness is strong amongst them
Overall goal: Being & Becoming

Principles: Ongoing Learning and Reflective Practice, High expectation and equity

Practice: Evaluating children learning and well being, learning through play

5. 
Point of evidence: Two children, Becky (5 years) and Ryan (4 years), are arguing over a toy truck. The educator sits down with the children and helps them discuss the situation. She asks both children what they think the best outcome would be. They decide that Becky could play with it for a minute, then give it to Ryan for a turn.
Learning outcome: Children are confident and involved learners, children have a strong sense of well being
Subcategory: Children are involved learners and can well relate to the situations
Overall goal: Being & Becoming 
Principles: High expectations and equity, respect for diversity, secure, respectful and reciprocal behaviour
Practice: Cultural competence, continuity of learning and transitions

Learning Framework

Introduction

While working with other educators in brainstorming with respect to the various ways in which early learning service can be well demonstrated is significant. The demonstration of the principles as part of the learning framework can aid in well understanding basis the implementation. Implementing the learning framework and the effectiveness achieved basis the same is significant to note.
Examples of Learning Framework
The examples include understanding the learning methodology well and making children adapt to the learning modules basis the same. The learning through play with the demonstration of activities and making children be as participative as they can be. 
Demonstration of Examples of Principles
•    Secure, respectful and reciprocal relationships : The educator should provision enriching experience to children through activity to respect other children
•    Partnerships : The activity to bring about partnership in an enhanced manner with the other children while conducting any such activity.
•    High expectations and equity : Bringing into action the learnings basis reflection amongst children and understanding of the emotion and wellbeing of each other
•    Respect for diversity : The educator an take the children to the garden and while teaching about the flora, the respect taught as to avoid plucking
•    Ongoing learning and reflective practice : The educator should be observing and keep asking as to what the children have learnt basis the activity conducted. 


Worked under supervision to implement the framework within the environment
Implementing Of Practices
•    Cultural competence: While educating the children on respecting others and communicating with respect
•    Continuity of learning and transition: The educator needs to ascertain the feedback and the reflection be considered of greater significance amongst children
•    Assessment for learning: To well understand post the activity is conducted by well observing if the children are adhering. 
Implementing the learning framework and the effectiveness is significant. The demonstration of the examples of principles aid in well implementing and getting to know the perceptions of others as they are being brainstormed. The implementation of practices by the educator brigs about the needed learning implementation in an effective manner.


 

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