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CHCECE009 - Use an approved learning framework to guide practice

Post by sheena96 » Sat Jan 14, 2017 9:55 am

Hello,
I am just wondering if these answers make sense and I'm on the right path with the answers.

Part 1- Identifying the learning frameworks

Question 1
Name the two approved national learning frameworks applicable in Australia.
Answer: 1 - Early Years Learning Framework.
2 – My Time, Our Place.

Question 2
What is the web address for these two learning frameworks?
Answer: http://www.acecqa.gov.au/


Question 3
Describe the difference between the two approved learning frameworks.
Answer: The difference between the two learning frameworks is the age groups. The early years learning framework applies to 0 – 5 years old. My time our place is in relation to children school aged.

Question 4
List the other approved learning frameworks used in other states of Australia.
Answer:
Australia Capital Territory: Every chance to learn – curriculum framework for ACT schools preschool to year 10.
Tasmania – the Tasmanian curriculum, department of education of Tasmania, 2008.
Victoria: The Victorian early years learning and development framework.
Western Australia: The curriculum framework for kindergarten to year 12 in Western Australia.

Reference: The early childhood educator for Certificate 3 Edition 2 Lorraine Walker, Shelagh Miller.

Question 5
Describe how your responsibilities as a Certificate III trained educator are related to the NQF, NQS and the learning frameworks.
Answer: Making sure I enhance the quality of care I provide for children. The learning outcomes of the children are constantly improving. I must demonstrate an understanding when carrying out my duties of the framework and standards and making sure I am regulating them.

Question 6
a) Who is involved in implementing the learning framework in a children’s services centre?
Answer: Everyone who is an employee in the center – Early Childhood Educator: Certificate 3 level, room leader, supervisor, director, cook and cleaners.
b) What are their roles in implementing the learning framework? (How do they implement it?)
Answer: Employees of education and care services must be constantly reviewing and planning experiences that emphasize all areas of the framework. Examples of this could be greeting the families when they come into the centre, having observations conducted by the room leaders and monthly staff meetings.


Part 2 - Principles and practices of the learning framework

For this task you will need to access a copy of Being, Becoming and Belonging: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia
You are required to investigate how the framework is applied to support children’s learning and answer the following questions..

Question 1
Define the following terms used throughout the framework:

• “Educators” Answer: early childhood practitioners who work directly with children in early childhood settings.

• “Learning outcome” Answer: a skill, knowledge or disposition that educators can actively promote in early childhood settings, in collaboration with children and families.

• Early childhood settings” Answer: long day care, occasional care, family day care, multi purpose Aboriginal Children’s Services, preschools and kindergartens, playgroups, creches, early intervention settings and similar services.

• “Pedagogy” Answer: early childhood educator’s professional practice, especially those aspects that involve building and nurturing relationships, curriculum decision making teaching and learning.

• “Scaffold” Answer: the educator’s decisions and actions that build on children’s existing knowledge and skills to enhance their learning.

• “Intentional teaching” Answer: involves educators being deliberate, purposeful and thoughtful in their decisions and action. Intentional teaching is the opposite of teaching by rote or continuing with traditions simply because things have ‘always’ been done this way.

Reference: https://docs.education.gov.au/system/fi ... tralia.pdf
Question 2
List the pedagogical practices used to promote children’s learning
Answer: adopting holistic approaches
Being responsive to children
Planning and implementing learning through play
Intentional teaching
Creating physical and social learning environments that have a positive impact on children’s learning
Valuing the cultural and social contexts of children and their families
Providing for continuity in experiences and enabling children to have successful transition
Assessing and monitoring children’s learning to inform provision and to support children in achieving learning outcomes
Reference: https://docs.education.gov.au/system/fi ... tralia.pdf
Question 3
a) Describe the purpose of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Answer: Informing each child of their legal rights and how they have a voice to speak up and input their opinion in relation to decisions involving them. Making sure that each child is protected against danger and is safe, happy and healthy.

b) How does this relate to the EYLF?
Answer: Each key area of the five outcomes of the EYLF is connected to the United Nation’s convention on the rights of the child. The document is there for the purpose of caring for each child and making sure they are cared for, their learning outcomes are specific to the child and extended to the full potential and they have a platform to speak.


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Re: CHCECE009 - Use an approved learning framework to guide practice

Post by Lorina » Tue Jan 17, 2017 6:51 am

Yes, you're on the right track with your responses! :thumbup:

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Re: CHCECE009 - Use an approved learning framework to guide practice

Post by sheena96 » Tue Jan 17, 2017 8:02 am

Thankyou Lorina,
for responding i've been worrying for ages if I was right.
Regards Sheena

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Re: CHCECE009 - Use an approved learning framework to guide practice

Post by shergill » Mon Jun 01, 2020 9:53 am

Recognised frameworks currently used in Australia.

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Post by shergill » Mon Jun 01, 2020 10:14 am

In your own words describe the two functions of the Early Years Learning framework in relation to children’s education and care
Use the educators Belonging,Being and Becoming:Educators Guide to the Early Years Learning Frameworks for Australia to guide your response

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Post by Lorina » Mon Jun 01, 2020 1:51 pm

shergill wrote:
Mon Jun 01, 2020 10:14 am
In your own words describe the two functions of the Early Years Learning framework in relation to children’s education and care
Use the educators Belonging,Being and Becoming:Educators Guide to the Early Years Learning Frameworks for Australia to guide your response


This will help:
Educators Guide

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Re: CHCECE009 - Use an approved learning framework to guide practice

Post by buskarhun » Mon Jul 13, 2020 11:18 pm

Belonging’, ‘Being’ and ‘Becoming’reflected and embedded within the framework


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