support of positiveenvironments for children and young people
Title Contribute to the support of positiveenvironments for children and young people 2 3 Assessment criteria The learner can:
Level Credit value Learning outcomes The learner will:
1. Know the regulatory requirements for a positive environment...
the positiveenvironments for children and young people
Unit number: MU 2.8
Unit reference: H/601/3496
Unit level: 2
Unit credit value: 3
Unit aim: The purpose of this unit is to develop the learners understanding of why a positiveenvironment is important to the individual needs of children...
Social and Emotional
One of the primary goals of a quality program for
infants and toddlers is to foster social and emotional
development. When babies and young children feel
emotionally and physically secure, they have the
opportunity to freely explore their environment.
Some of these are, a good environment or a familiar environment. Comfortable surroundings and routines with trusting people. Trust between the child and the teacher.
3.) The curriculum of any classroom should include certain “basics” .. These basics include, scheudale,routines,play time,circle time...
Contribute to the support of positiveenvironments for children and young people
Task 1- Know the regulatory requirements for a positiveenvironment for children and young people
1.1- Describe what is meant by a positiveenvironment
A positiveenvironment is an environment where everyone can be who...
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Illnesses such as meningitis can cause epilepsy and hearing problems, whilst asthma is long term and the baby may need to have asthma pumps. The baby may have a poor appetite, constipation and feel ill.
Their weight and height may be below average, if they have...
cause the baby permanent brain damage.
E2-Describe how indoor and outdoor environments can be made safe, reassuring and stimulating
By keeping to the adult to child ratio (1:3) and constantly supervising them, both indoor and outdoor environments can be safe for babies.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome...
support she needs.
Abuse is a factor that can affect the baby in the antenatal period. It can leave the baby with lifelong affects such as confidence issues, depression and enabling them to make positive relationships. The baby may also fall behind in their expected stage of development. ‘Emotional problems...
Out come 1
• Describe what is meant by a positiveenvironmentEnvironment is the surrounding of a central point; it can be split in to three basic categories biological, physical and social. The environment of my care setting for example is made up biological aspects i.e. my self...
describes the role of the practitioner in meeting children’s learning needs.
Case study 1 – Mark - a 2 year old boy
The EYFS states that Mark should be developing at certain level for his age and stage. Marks personal, social and emotional development as a unique child, should be that he is interested...
E1- There are many things that could affect babies in the first year of life starting with how healthy the mother is during pregnancy. As babies get all nutrients a mother gets it is important for women if planning a pregnancy to exercise, eat healthy keep well hydrated. When pregnant a mother shouldn’t...
School as a Learning Environment
Tan, Jerman Andrie V. BEED II
Resource teacher: Sir KIER SEGUNDO Signature:
Cooperating School: PUNP Basic Education, Tayug Pangasinan
At the end of this...
Social and Emotional Development 59
Cognitive Development 78
Language development 86
What is health? 100
Aspects of health 102
Physical health needs of children 106
Exercise, rest and sleep 119
Emotional Health Needs of Children 134
these factors. If the mother has a healthy pregnancy and takes folic acid then the baby will be more likely to be born healthy and develop in order to meet their milestones in the first year of life. If a mother chooses to smoke, drink or take drugs during her pregnancy then the baby may develop learning...
Unit reference L/601/1693
1.1: Explain the sequence and rate of each aspect of development from birth – 19 years.
Physical development: 0-3 years.
This is a period of fast physical development. New born babies have little control over their bodies. The sucking and grasping reflexes are there...
Positiveenvironment means environment which support all aspects of children’s and young people learning experience. This term is very comprehensive and must include lots of different aspects of learning which includes physical and emotionalneeds. The settings must provide appropriate conditions in...
|Explain what constitutes the physical and psychological needs of a three year old child. Explain how you would ensure that these physical and psychological |
|needs could be met in your country. ...
How Educational Productions’ Video-Based Training Programs Address
CDA Competency Goals
GOAL I: To establish and maintain a safe, healthy, and responsive learning environment. FUNCTIONAL AREA 3: Learning Environment Candidate uses space, relationships, materials, and routines as resources for constructing...
influences healthy, safe and secure environments for early years settings
D1 Explain how the 5 pieces of legislation in E1 establish and maintain healthy, safe and secure environments
Five main laws that underpin the provision of health, safe and secure environments for young children are:
CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Child Care and Education
External Assessment - Research Task 2
‘It is important to plan to meet the care and learning needs of all children’
Criteria 1 - Write an introduction which explains why it is important to plan to meet the care and learning needs of all children...