Students are required to develop a professional response to the three scenarios described below that have occurred in early childhood settings. With reference to
the unit study materials, the NQS (ACECQA, 2018) and the EYLF (DEEWR, 2009) students are to explain how they could resolve these scenarios based on multiple perspectives of children, families and educators
Marking criteria for this task are provided via the marking sheet provided on MySCU.
The scenarios are based on real life events in early childhood settings and relate to the early childhood principles and practices that have been explored over the first four weeks of the session.
You are the teacher in the 4 year old room with 20 children. You run an Indoor-Outdoor program so that children can decide where they want to play. You share being indoors or outdoors with your co-worker. You have noticed that when your co-worker is outside she is often seen talking to other teachers and not supporting the children in their play. Your co-worker is well liked by children and families however you are concerned that better quality of care could be implemented especially outside by your co-worker.
What approach would you take to support staff’s investment in children’s learning and development whether inside or outside? How would you manage this situation so that your room and the centre maintains a harmonious atmosphere? Develop a professional response to this scenario and demonstrate your knowledge of staff relationships, the EYLF, the NQS and the unit material.
You are the teacher in charge of the two year old room. One of children, Joey cries a lot throughout the day and is attached to you. For example if you move away from Joey he will start to cry. You are aware that other children seem to become sad when Joey cries. You have tried to support Joey to have an attachment to other staff but over three weeks this has not been happening. How would you manage this situation? Develop a professional response to this scenario and demonstrate your knowledge of relationships in ECEC, partnerships with families and staff, children’s learning and development; the EYLF, the NQS and the unit material.
Elise and Brad both work full time (37.5 hours per week) and have an 18 month old child Zac. Brad’s mother (Zac’s grandmother) has been caring for Zac since Brad returned to full-time work when Zac was 12 months old. Brad had cared for Zac as Elise’s job brought in more money, and Elise did not want a career gap. Elise has Indigenous heritage. Elise and Brad now want to find child care for Zac for four days per week, as Brad will stay at home one day a week. What advice would you give Elise and Brad about the type of child care to seek, and what should they look for? Demonstrate your knowledge of ECEC settings, children’s learning and development; the EYLF, the NQS and the unit material to develop a professional solution to this scenario.
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