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9.What ethical problem-solving strategies could Kaitlyn use in this situation?
10.Who should Kaitlyn discuss this situation with?
Filelocation:Versiondate:Ownership:21/06/2017West Moreton AnglicanCollegeReview date:Approved:20/05//2018Michelle MackPage 5
West Moreton Anglican CollegeCHC30113 - Certificate III in Early Childhood Education & CareLearning checkpoint 3Contribute to workplace improvementsThis learning checkpoint allows you to review your skills and knowledge in contributing to workplaceimprovements.Part A1.Explain why discussions throughout the day are a good opportunity to participate in sharing feedbackinformally.Professional development is a term that means different things to different people. Workshops,conferences, in services, training sessions and formal study often spring to mind. Whilst theseindeed can be some of the activities associated with professional development, so too are the in-depth discussions, problem solving, sharing of ideas and reflecting critically on experiences thattake place within our staff teams.Mentoring: The benefits and value of mentoring in supporting professional growth is oftenidentified in discussions. There was compelling evidence from this research that many servicedirectors/managers and experienced staff members were playing significant roles as mentors toother staff in their services.Experienced staff can, for example, be involved in identifying areas of interest that are emergingin the field, planning for sessions, negotiating with training providers, identifying scenarios fordiscussions, facilitating follow up meetings, reporting on progress and so on. They can also beteamed up as mentors to less experienced staff to assist them in deepening their understanding ofthe topics covered as well as working out what this means on a more practical level.Reflections: Discussions and reflecting about what they did from day to day and this prompted areview of the principles learnt during the workshop. The requirement to present somethingprompted discussions to refine thinking, clarify ideas and check understandings. As well as theprofessional learning through this dialogue, the whole project turned out to be a great teambuilding exercise. Staff built different kinds of relationships as they shared skills in computertechnology, critiqued each others presentations and supported each other through the familiarnervousness when developing skills and confidence in speaking to a group. Time for reflectionand working together is clearly an important requirement, but without effective strategies forgetting deep discussions going, important opportunities can be lost.
11.What are the five most common methods used to consult and gain input from others as part of a policy review?12.Draw a diagram to showing the policy review process and its linkages.Filelocation:Versiondate:Ownership:21/06/2017West Moreton AnglicanCollegeReview date:Approved:20/05//2018Michelle Mack

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