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The Approved Learning Framework in my ServiceDate of MeetingLocation of MeetingBliss early learningAttendees (Name and Position)Monica soler What is the Approved Learning Framework for yourserviceThe National Quality Standard (NQS) is a key aspect of theNational Quality Framework (NQF) and sets a high, nationalbenchmark for early childhood education and care, and outsideschool hours care services in Australia.It gives services and families a better understanding of a qualityservice, helping families to make informed decisions about theservices providing education and care to their child. The NQSbrings together the 7 key quality areas that are important tooutcomes for children.Educational program and practiceChildren’s health and safetyPhysical environmentStaffing arrangementsRelationships with childrenCollaborative partnerships with families and communitiesLeadership and service managementWhat are the formal processes that the service goes through to implement the learning framework?asking questions, gathering information, critically examining whatis happening, and reflecting on what might be changed. Taking place within the context of program planning, but it is alsoevident informally, as educators adjust their daily practice inresponse to evolving circumstances. There are several features in order to successfully make theprocess.trust and collegiality respect for different viewpoints opportunities for all to contribute organisational commitment to inquiry time for reflection and to develop skills recognition that there isno one right approach or answer courage to question taken-for-granted practices and assumptions
How is the curriculum developed?1.issue/problem/need is identified2.characteristics and needs of learners (target)3.changes intended for learners (intended outcomes/objectives,what the learners will be able to do)