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What is the role of the educator in implementing the frameworks?
Belonging, being & becoming
The role of the educator is to make professional judgements in facilitating children’s learning and provide children with various opportunities in which will maximize children’s potential and develop a foundation for a successful future.
Educators play a crucial role in encouraging children to discover deeper meanings and connections within the child’s life.
My Time Our Place
It is the role of the educators to reinforce the principals laid out in the United Nations convention on the rights of the child. They must ensure that all children have the right to relax, play and join in on a range of recreational activities.
By using their professional knowledge and skills it is an educator’s role to draw on children’s creativity and adjust their practice to suit the time, place and context of learning.
What are the primary goals of each framework?
Belonging, Being and Becoming is designed to ensure the early childhood education for children between the ages of birth to 5 years, The framework emphasizes the play-based learning for children and recognizes the importance of social and emotional development of children, The EYLF is designed to work in partnership with families to assist in the stimulation a child’s learning and development.
The framework recognizes that early childhood education is a vital period in a child’s learning and development and forms the foundation to ensure that all children within the setting experience high quality teaching and learning.
My Time, Our Place: Framework for School Age Care in Australia.
Whilst linked to the EYLF this framework is designed for the older child group from 5 years to 12 years. My Time, Our Place assists in the transition from early age care to school age care, The framework focuses on teaching children to become active participants in matters that affect their lives as well as the lives around them, although still strongly focusing on child play as a way to help children enhance their life skills the framework is designed to teach children about their moral responsibilities within the care setting so better prepare them for the responsibilities they have throughout life.