CHC50113 Early Childhood Education and Code of Ethics


a.What is the name of the body responsible for overseeing the education and care of children in Australia under the National Quality Framework (NQF)?
b.What services are covered by the NQF?
c.Research the NQF, particularly Quality Area 2 and Quality Area 3. In your own words, provide a brief outline of:
Elements 2.1.1 and 2.1.3 from Quality Area 2
Elements 3.1.1 and Element 3.2.1 from Quality Area 3
Conduct some research on the National Quality Standards (NQS). In no more than fifty (50) words, identify and briefly discuss the quality area within the Standards (NQS) that discusses indoor and outdoor spaces. Ensure you use your own words and add the website link from where you sourced the information.
In your own words, briefly outline the objective of the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child.
Four articles from the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child are included in your Learner Guide. In your own words, explain what article 18 and 29 address.
In your own words, explain the purpose of a code of ethics.
What are the four core principles of a code of ethics?
Physical activity is important for all children and babies. Babies and children up to 5 years old should not be sedentary (still) for more than one hour, unless they are sleeping. Children aged between 5 and 12 should be active for more than three hours per day.
List at least four (4) physical activities you can introduce to stimulate a child from birth to five (5) years old
List at least four (4) physical activities you can introduce to stimulate a child from five (5) years to twelve (12) years old
What are three (3) benefits of physical activity for children?
Give two (2) reasons as to why routines are important for children and discuss two (2) strategies that can be used to reduce distress experienced by parents and children at separation.
In your own words, briefly outline three (3) things that can assist the children to work with you and develop their own ideas for environments for play, including indoor and outdoor.
What are three (3) things you can do to support a child who has had a toileting accident?
What are the five principles from the Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years learning Framework (EYLF) relating to learning and development?
As children grow and develop, their emotions development with them. List the emotional development stages of a child of 2 months, 9 months, 12 months, and 24 months.
When can strategies for self-regulating emotional development be introduced?
List five (5) sun protection requirements that can be implemented in the workplace and that will be covered by procedures and workplace standards.
How can the state/territory SunSmart Programs assist with the development of effective and realistic sun smart policies in childcare services and schools?
You are required to create information about three (3) children of different age groups. You can call them Child A, Child B, and Child C. 
The information about the children can be created and used as the basis for this project or, if you work or you have been on work placement in a suitable workplace, you are able to use information about children from that workplace. 
Create a hypothetical profile for each child. Each profile should have the: 
Child’s age, cultural background, personal interests, and their personal information.
Once you have given a brief paragraph on each child, discuss: 
a.One (1) example of how you would provide care to each child and respond appropriately to their individual needs as well as those of their family
a.For each child identify experiences and strategies to promote physical activities and encourage participation, with:
a.At least one (1) experience that is spontaneous and one (1) that is planned, 
b.At least one (1) experience to be indoors and one (1) experience outdoors, and that reflect children’s interests 
c.One (1) example of educator participation with children in these experiences, scaffolding risk taking
d.Example of considering children’s abilities and interests
a.For each age group, discuss one (1) activity to engage children in discussions around physical health and wellbeing 
b.Assist in providing one (1) adaptation of the physical environment to ensure challenge and appropriate risk-taking
c.One (1) routine for each child to ensure the smooth transition of new arrivals
d.One (1) strategy for each child to encourage respectful communication about their feelings 
e.One (1) strategy for each child, that you have not discussed above to support children through transition and change

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