b List the key protocals that the Director used when employing the trainees The

B list the key protocals that the director used when

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b) List the key protocals that the Director used when employing the trainees. The director is creating a cultural safe environment of cultural resilience within Aboriginal communities and actively creating opportunity for Aboriginal voice and presence in the Centre's planning and activities. Question 4 Reflect and draw on the knowledge you have acquired from the text and readings in this unit to answer the following questions. Scenario: Sorry Day Educator Norah is a Murri woman. She enjoys sharing her culture with the children and her colleagues. She feels proud that she has contributed to a better understanding of her people. Norah is an active member of her community and contributes to, and participates in, a range of social and cultural activities. Norah has been granted a week of special leave to assist in planning activities for Sorry Day. The centre Director extremely concerned when he hears educators, Jack and Kate, discussing the unfairness of Norah being granted special leave for Sorry Day. “I don’t know why those people have Sorry Day anyway. It’s time they moved on!” Later that day the Director calls the staff members into his office to address the racist comments. a) Give three reasons why the Director is right to be concerned about the comments made by Jack and Kate? • Jack and Kate need show respect for another culture. • Jack and Kate need cultural sensibility. • Jack and Kate have a racist comments about Norah believe. b) What could the Director do to assist Jack and Kate to understand the importance of Sorry Day for Norah, her community and all Australians? The director must be to show or explain Jack and Kate about Aboriginal and/ or Torres Strait Islander discrimination, problems and racist few years ago.
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CHCECE001 Develop cultural competence and CHCDIV002 Promote Aboriginal and/or To rres Strait Islander cultural safety. Theory Tasks. Question 5 Reflect and draw on the knowledge you have acquired from the text and readings in this unit to answer the following question. Scenario: Yarning Circle and Talking Stick Sarah has recently been employed by Blue Bay Early Learning Centre. Sarah was very proud of having just achieved the Diploma of Children’s Services and she is also very proud of her Aboriginal heritage. Part of the daily practice at the centre is a ‘Morning Meeting’ with the older children and their Educator to share ideas and experiences and give suggestions for the day’s program. Sarah realises that this routine was very similar to a ‘Yarning Circle’ which is a popular group experience in her culture. Sarah felt that the concept of a Yarning Circle could be incorporated into the Morning meeting and decided to discuss her idea at the next team meeting. At the meeting Sarah used some resources to explain to her colleagues how Yarning Circles are conducted. Sarah’s ideas were enthusiastically accepted by her colleagues who were keen to implement the idea of a Yarning Circle into the morning routine.
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