As Educators, there will be many instances where you will need to write about a child's behaviour. For a behaviour management plan, assessments,half-yearly or yearly reports and more.
For centre-based services, some centres calculate ratios across the whole service, not by individual rooms. The term used is "under the roof".
When completing either a half-yearly or yearly reports, its main purpose is to inform parents of their child's progress and achievements thus far. Your comments should be constructive, insightful and original.
As Educators, one of the main responsibilities is completing documentation for each child. Whether it will be completing an observation, writing a report or even communicating with parents everything needs to be written.
There are 6 different types of play that children participate in over the course of their development.
The following lists the sub outcomes, examples of evidence when children can achieve each sub outcome and how educators can promote and help children to achieve MTOP Learning Outcome 2: Children Are Connected With And Contribute To Their World.
The following lists the sub outcomes, examples of evidence when children can achieve each sub outcome and how educators can promote and help children to achieve MTOP Learning Outcome 1: Children Have A Strong Sense Of Identity.
It's important that all Educators currently working in services to take care of their health and safety as well as others including children, parents and visitors. Services must do all that they can to minimise the risk of exposure of COVID-19 as reasonably practicable.
For Educators continuing to work, it's important that you look after your health and wellbeing along with those living with you. The following outlines the precautionary measures you should take when finishing work in order to ensure you don't spread any infections from work to home.
The aim of environmental cleaning is to minimise the number of germs to reduce the spread of infection, that survive on surfaces in the education and care service.
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