We would discuss behaviour mnusic and sound loud

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-We would discuss behaviour, mnusic and sound, loud noises, limited language, social skills, lack of eye contact , have a daily communication book to tell family what the child has done for the day -we would support by prepating additional play opportunities to use in the service, limit the noisy activities. 12 CHCECE021 Implement strategies for the inclusion of all children - Version 1.2 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
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Student Guide d) Once the child has commenced with your service e and you have the opportunity to work with him/her and the family what actions would you need to take to allow you to develop a holistic understanding of the child’s needs. Discuss the following in your answer: (guide 2-3 paragraphs) What additional needs an autistic child has Who will you consult to gather information to support the child How will you investigate strategies and trial them in the service How will you review and make adaptations to service delivery to encourage participation? -We would talk about behaviour, professional development, do internet research -we would consult with other educators, families, local communities, inclusion support -trial borrow special resrouces , play opportunities . need 1:1staff interaction -we will evaluate the strategies involved. Modify the learning environrmnt of trial resources. 13 CHCECE021 Implement strategies for the inclusion of all children - Version 1.2 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
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Student Guide 1.4 Develop a plan for support and inclusion Instructions to students In this activity you will need to develop an inclusion plan for a child. Discuss the case study below with your class group and using the inclusion plan template (attachment 4) develop an inclusion plan. Assessor note when marking: Answer/s provided in the marking guide may not be exactly the same – students may provide similar or alternative answer to each of these questions Case Study Callum is 4 and has autism. He has been enrolled at your service for now for 6 weeks and you have had ample opportunities to observe Callum. He has limited language making communication difficult however he responds well to sign language and visual cues. Callum doesn’t respond well in noisy environment and he has formed an attachment to Kate one of the educators in the preschool room. This attachment has allowed Kate to build a secure bond with Callum and he responds well to her when he is upset and agitated he enjoys one on one time with Kate and this allows for opportunities to develop skills. Callum enjoys playing with the cars and trains in the transport area and loves reading books about trains he really enjoys reading about and watching Thomas the Tank Engine. Callum’s parents have remarked at how they have seen a change in him since beginning with the service and they have noticed him trying to communicate using some of the basic signs they educators have developed within the service. 14 CHCECE021 Implement strategies for the inclusion of all children - Version 1.2 CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
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  • Spring '18
  • SHALINI
  • Early Childhood Education and Care

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