2 Through interaction with peers infants may explore their interest in other

2 through interaction with peers infants may explore

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2. Through interaction with peers, infants may explore their interest in other and show empathy toward the feeling and needs of others. Children get along with other children and build relationship with adult. Assessor Use Only: Correct Written Response Correct Verbal Response (please provide notes) T1,Q24. Fill out the table below with examples of common organisational standards, policies and procedures related to the care of infant, toddlers and children and are relevant to Early Childhood Education and Care. List two (2) of each. Guidance: Visit Sparkling Stars Childcare Centre and go to the Resources and Policies & Procedures tabs to see examples of relevant standards, policies and procedures. Relevant standards i. Safety standards in child care ii. National Quality Standard Relevant policies i. Sun care Policy Assessment Workbook | Version 1.1 Jan 2019Page 25 of 41
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AXIS INSTITUTE CHC50113 DIPLOMA OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE Physical and Emotional Wellbeing ii. Health, Hygiene and infection control policy Relevant procedures i. Health, Hygiene and infection control procedures. ii. I move, we move programme Assessor Use Only: Correct Written Response Correct Verbal Response (please provide notes) Further Comments Assessor Declaration: By signing below, I declare that all of the above activities have been satisfactorily completed and that I have verbally authenticated these if required. Assessor Name Assessor Signature: Date Assessment Workbook | Version 1.1 Jan 2019Page 26 of 41
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AXIS INSTITUTE CHC50113 DIPLOMA OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE Physical and Emotional Wellbeing TASK 2: CASE STUDY Case Study One 1. Geri is an experienced family day care educator. Starting next Monday, Lachie (6 months) will be in care with Geri and 2 other children (aged 3 and 4) 3 days a week. Geri has already collected details about Lachie’s needs, preferences and daily routine from his mother, Sue, and is now thinking about the finishing touches she needs to make in preparation for his arrival. Once Geri has set up the physical environment to make it welcoming, safe, and secure, she starts thinking about how she will help Sue deal with dropping Lachie off for the first time. Sue and Lachie have come to visit a few times, but this will be the first time she leaves him in Geri’s care. Sue is a young, independent, single mum who is commencing study on a part-time basis. Lachie is her only child. a. List five (5) ways Geri could assist and support Sue and Lachie to manage their first separation. b. Describe a suitable separation routine that Geri could suggest to Sue to manage her and Lachie’s separation. a. Five ways Geri could support Sue and Lachie: i. Explain to Lachie what will happen during the day. E.g., “Today you are going to have fun with your friends and play in the big sand pit!” ii. Tell Sue to have a transition toy for Lachie because it helps her to settle.
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