EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND CARE
CHCECE0021 inclusion plan template attachment 4 WRD PRT.docx

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1: children have strong sense of identity. Children feel safe, secure and supportive. Resources / materials needed: Flash cards, play alongside with other children’s opportunities Strategies for achieving the objectives: Look out environemtn. Play with individual children through the day Adaptations to the: Environmenteducators and single children involvement to play with Callum Programmore pararell play opportunities; flash cards How the child will be involved and supported CHCECE021 Inclusion Development Plan Template V1.0 Feb2014 Page 1 of 2 Sydney School of Business and Technology All rights reserved, no part of this work may be published, reproduced, adapted or communicated to the public without the express written permission of Sydney School of Business and Technology
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CHCECE021 Implement strategies for the inclusion of all children Inclusion Development Plan (attachment 4) Through educator’s interaction time spent simple words How the parents will be involved and supported Is implemented the signs, the visual cards even at home CHCECE021 Inclusion Development Plan Template V1.0 Feb2014 Page 2 of 2 Sydney School of Business and Technology All rights reserved, no part of this work may be published, reproduced, adapted or communicated to the public without the express written permission of Sydney School of Business and Technology
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  • Spring '18
  • SHALINI
  • Developmental Psychology, All rights reserved, Sydney School of Business and Technology, CHCECE021 Implement strategies

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