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NicoleWilkinson
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CHCECE009 - Pedagogical Practices Examples

Post by NicoleWilkinson » Mon Aug 17, 2015 10:33 am

Hi Everyone,
Just after a few hints to get me started...
I am asked to document my involvement in pedagogical practices on three occasions and give two reflective questions for each.
My problem is that no matter how much info I read up on pedagogical practices I am still stumped when it comes to giving examples??
It seems like it could be almost anything?
Could I use examples of -
- Children were cutting paper but not quite getting the hang of scissors so we decided to try cutting a few different things and following lines etc.??
Reflective questions could be - what other plans can we put into curriculum to aid scissor practice? or Can we use other crafts/activities to strengthen hands/fingers?

Not sure if I'm on the right track and would love to see some more examples if that's ok?
Thanks for any help,
Nicole


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Re: CHCECE009 - Pedagogical Practices Examples

Post by Lorina » Mon Aug 17, 2015 6:48 pm

I have a document which may help:

Professional Pedagogy Project

Section 3 of this document talks about pedagogical techniques and strategies which will probably help with your response.

Hope this helps,

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Re: CHCECE009 - Pedagogical Practices Examples

Post by NicoleWilkinson » Tue Aug 18, 2015 2:15 pm

Hi Lorina,

Yes that document was quite helpful.

Thank you very much,

Nicole

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Re: CHCECE009 - Pedagogical Practices Examples

Post by Taya93 » Mon Nov 05, 2018 2:45 pm

Hi is there anything up to date on this please? the link wont work

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Re: CHCECE009 - Pedagogical Practices Examples

Post by australia » Sun Nov 11, 2018 10:30 pm

Hi Lorina,

How are you?In some days i will have a meeting with the manager to the day care centre iam working to and she has invited all of the staff to a personal meeting in order to talk about my professional development.


Here is some background information on the Professional Development Plans. These plans will tie perfectly into developing our inquiry based learning throughout the service.

Have a think about where you want to develop…..
Have a think about where you want your room to develop….

she look forward in developing this with me.

Please have a read and be read for the meeting, it will all start next week!
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN


Our day care centre Philosophy



At our Learning Centres, we believe family is central to children's learning and development. We strive to work together to build and maintain trusting and respectful relationships with both children and families. We aim to create a learning environment where every child feels respected and supported.



Our Learning Centres staff believe that each child develops their own unique knowledge, beliefs, culture, learning style and values. We acknowledge that families are the child’s first teachers and they are central to their child’s learning. Our educational programmes ensure each child is respected as an individual within a group and is encouraged to reach their full potential.



We believe that children should develop connections and relationships with their communities and that everyone has the right to belong. Children, families and staff in our Centres will develop cultural competence and in the process, create a shared culture where everyone feels safe, included, respected and valued.



Our environments and learning experiences aspire to create positive and trustful relationships, courage, resilience, empowerment and wellbeing. Children are encouraged to be empathetic and caring. They will experience success, joy and celebration, by taking risks in their learning, accepting and embracing diversity, developing confidence in themselves and learning from their mistakes.



We know that children learn best when they are interested, curious and motivated. Educators will have high expectations of children and will work with them to co-construct knowledge through learning strategies such as play, inquiry, investigation and research. Educators will scaffold children’s learning, through a responsive curriculum and a commitment to assist children in their search for meaning.



We acknowledge the many ways that children express themselves and communicate. We afford children a hundred ways to express their ideas: imaginative, symbolic, cognitive and metaphorical. Educators listen, document and assess children’s theories and knowledge and share these through documentation to families and the community.











Our day care centre

Performance Review Professional Development Plan



Team member



Supporting mentor/Project Partner

Is there a quote that you love, that you find inspirational?





What are some of the core values in the Little Flyers Philosophy that inspire you?

Might be just some words or a sentence





What were your achievements in the past year?





Personal Action Research Plan



Professional Development Plan



What is one aspect of your professional practice you can identify which needs developing in order to see the vision grow?





You need to think about this before you meet with your manager

Aspirations Setting goals Realising your vision



You need Identify a problem, challenge, issue or interest – Education Program, Relationships with children. This Professional Development Plan is a process to support you answering the question.



to think about this before you meet with your manager

To develop yourself you are going to choose an area for research.











What relationships, mentors, workshops, can you identify which will help you be a part of the vision?





Stage One

PLAN SPECIFIC STRATEGIES

SHORT TERM GOAL

Month One

ACTIONS REQUIRED

Identify resource, people



PROGRESS

Stage Two

Implement YOUR STRATEGIES



Month Two





Stage Three

OBSERVE HOW WELL YOUR STRATEGIES WORK

Month Three – 12 MONTHS





REFLECT ON THE RESULTS

(Do not be concerned if this generates more questions)







could you please help me in that in order to be ready for it?

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Re: CHCECE009 - Pedagogical Practices Examples

Post by Lorina » Tue Nov 13, 2018 3:45 pm

I've sent you an email...

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Re: CHCECE009 - Pedagogical Practices Examples

Post by Mara1977 » Wed Sep 21, 2022 6:30 am

Morning,

I have tried to get into the link but is not working. Can u email or resend the link please

Professional Pedagogy Project

Section 3 of this document talks about pedagogical techniques and strategies which will probably help with your response.

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Post by Lorina » Fri Sep 23, 2022 8:17 pm

I found another link:

Professional Pedagogy Project

Hope this helps!

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Re: CHCECE009 - Pedagogical Practices Examples

Post by MitchellBoulger » Wed Sep 27, 2023 4:39 pm

australia wrote:
Sun Nov 11, 2018 10:30 pm
Hi Lorina,

How are you?In some days i will have a meeting with the manager to the day care centre iam working to and she has invited all of the staff to a personal meeting in order to talk about my professional development.

Here is some background information on the Professional Development Plans. These plans will tie perfectly into developing our inquiry based learning throughout the service.

Have a think about where you want to develop…..
Have a think about where you want your room to develop….

she look forward in developing this with me.

Please have a read and be read for the meeting, it will all start next week!
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Our day care centre Philosophy

At our Learning Centres, we believe family is central to children's learning and development. We strive to work together to build and maintain trusting and respectful relationships with both children and families. We aim to create a learning environment where every child feels respected and supported.

Our Learning Centres staff believe that each child develops their own unique knowledge, beliefs, culture, learning style and values. We acknowledge that families are the child’s first teachers and they are central to their child’s learning. Our educational programmes ensure each child is respected as an individual within a group and is encouraged to reach their full potential.

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We believe that children should develop connections and relationships with their communities and that everyone has the right to belong. Children, families and staff in our Centres will develop cultural competence and in the process, create a shared culture where everyone feels safe, included, respected and valued.

Our environments and learning experiences aspire to create positive and trustful relationships, courage, resilience, empowerment and wellbeing. Children are encouraged to be empathetic and caring. They will experience success, joy and celebration, by taking risks in their learning, accepting and embracing diversity, developing confidence in themselves and learning from their mistakes.

We know that children learn best when they are interested, curious and motivated. Educators will have high expectations of children and will work with them to co-construct knowledge through learning strategies such as play, inquiry, investigation and research. Educators will scaffold children’s learning, through a responsive curriculum and a commitment to assist children in their search for meaning.

We acknowledge the many ways that children express themselves and communicate. We afford children a hundred ways to express their ideas: imaginative, symbolic, cognitive and metaphorical. Educators listen, document and assess children’s theories and knowledge and share these through documentation to families and the community.


(Do not be concerned if this generates more questions)

I have a few questions on this subject, can I write them here?

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Re: CHCECE009 - Pedagogical Practices Examples

Post by MitchellBoulger » Wed Sep 27, 2023 4:39 pm

?

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Post by Lorina » Mon Oct 02, 2023 8:01 pm

Yes please post your questions so we can help...

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