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MG D EVELOPMENT AND CURRICULUM V1.0 (ID 111974) NEW VERSION CHC50113 D IPLOMA OF E ARLY C HILDHOOD E DUCATION AND C ARE © 2016 Eduworks Resources Page 61 ASSESSMENT 5 DELIVER AND EVALUATE LEARNING EXPERIENCES CHILD 1 Which learning experience did you deliver and evaluate for this child? Responses will vary. Students must complete the template fully. Any areas of the template that are not relevant to this experience must be marked as ‘Not applicable’ . Which areas of development are covered in this experience? Tick the relevant boxes. Physical development (fine motor skills) Physical development (gross motor skills) Social development Emotional/psychological development Cognitive development Communication development. Record a detailed observation of the focus child’s engagement with this learning experience. Student must record observations of the child during the learning experience. Recording may include: What happened what the child did Creative opportunities that were initiated by the child How the child interacted with others How actively the child participated Development of skills Development of self-expression Any notable actions How the child reacted Any successes and challenges. Describe the environment for this experience. Take a photo and place it with your description. Student should describe the environment in which the experience is to take place and provide a photo.
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MG D EVELOPMENT AND CURRICULUM V1.0 (ID 111974) NEW VERSION CHC50113 D IPLOMA OF E ARLY C HILDHOOD E DUCATION AND C ARE © 2016 Eduworks Resources Page 62 Were children involved in the planning and/or set up of this environment? How? Yes we had initial discussions about how the area could be set up and what equipment and materials we could use. Child ren had lots of ideas. We then ‘built’ the environment the children had a great time positioning boxes, mats and other equipment. Did the environment provide opportunity for group interaction as well as opportunities for solitude and privacy? Yes the environment is designed so that children can play alone or can interact with each other. There are some ‘cubby’ areas where one or two children can have some ‘quiet’ time. Describe how the environment and the experience itself encouraged a sense of belonging and connectedness for children. This has been an experience where children have worked together to build something that they have thoroughly enjoyed. They have a great sense of ownership of the course and this will be kept going, and will no doubt grow, over the next few weeks. Children like to see the materials that they have brought from home integrated into the experience. This has set up quite a sense of ‘community’. Answer the following questions about the delivery of the experience.
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