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...
practitioner in meeting children’s learning needs.
Gather and present information about the role of the practitioner whenchildren's learning needs.
A practitioner’s role in meeting children’s learning needs are to understand and work with each and every child’s learning needs. They can do this by providing...
the care and learning needs of all children (5 marks)
* What is planning?
Planning is a way of thinking and organizing activities to achieve a set goal to help progress in something you may lack in.
* Why is it important to plan (it is suggested that you use research or theory here)?
1.2 Analyse the difference between sequence of development and rate of development and why the distinction is important
It is important that this is monitored closely and the distinction between sequence and rate is defined as it can help to distinguish if a child has Special, educational...
Section A: the role of the practitioner in providing play and learning opportunities.
E1- Collate evidence which 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...
identification of the care and learning needs of all children.
A rationale means a set of reasons or a logical basis for a course of action or a particular belief for example “he explained the rationale behind the change”.
It is important that the practitioner identifies the care and learning needs of all children...
Unit 7 – Play and learning in children’s education
Diploma in Child Care and Education Cache Level 3
E4 Include examples of different theoretical models of how children play and learn
E5 Include an explanation of how observations can inform planning to meet children's learning needs
D2 Include an...
(UNCRC) United Nations conventions act on the rights of the child. Which allows every child and young person inclusive set of rights.
When the practitioners support the rights of children, it will benefit children by meeting their learning needs as all the setting "complete their rights and needs so...
and also why the structure of play within our school settings within the Foundation Phase through a theoretical perspective promotes and encourages development, self – esteem and confidence.
Provide a rationale for the identification of the care and learning needs of all children
It is important that practitioners plan to meet the care and learning needs of all children. Training staff ensure all children are monitored on a daily basis by observing them, recording these observations and using them to plan children’s ‘next steps’, filling out a progress report and transfer...
examine an aspect of one child’s development based on a series of observations you have made. In addition to informing your own understanding of development and learning, you can also consider how your findings can help you to identify ways of supporting the child’s development.
This report will...
D1 - Discuss the child’s needs in relation to the selected area of development.
The three observations that I carried out shows that . . .
The observations show that child A has not developed fully balance and coordination as he got unsteady on the tram-pet, we...
Unit 7- play and learning in children’s education
E1: Collate evidence which describes the role of the practitioner in meeting children’s learning needs.
* The practitioner’s role is meeting needs and supporting rights of children as suggested by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of...
Outcome 1: Understand the Expected Pattern of Development for Children and Young People From Birth to 19 Years
Explain the Difference Between Sequence of Development and Rate of Development and Why The Difference is Important.
All children develop at different rates, information and sources are...
Task Book for Specialist Support for Teaching and Learning in schools
The tasks have been re-written with boxes after each section for you to fill in if that would suit your learning style. Some learners find this helpful...
E2: Current Influences on play ................................................................ Page 4
E4: Examples of theoretical models of play ............................................. Page 7
B1: Evaluation of current influences on play ...............................
or events in which children express different needs or goals end emotions (Dunn 1994; Rourke 1999). The idea that social conflict plays a special role in the development of children to understand other people, themselves, and their social world more generally is taken up in number of different theoretical...
Unit 1 - Understanding and promoting children and young people’s development
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