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EYMP1 1.2 Explain how different approaches to work with children in the early years have influenced current provision in the UK
Weegy: There are common features between them all rather than the direct influences that educational approaches such as Reggio Emilia had/have, [ notably - Parent partnership - Learning through active participation and play - A need for balancing adult and child led/initiated activities - That the framework supports practitioners to deliver education holistically although areas of learning are individually named, divided or categorised. - A ... (More)
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3.1 Explain the partnership model of working with carers
Weegy: a partnership model works around a theory of collaboration, understanding and communication. [ It's a way that helps to recognise how the best outcomes can happen for children when care, development and learning provision/a setting, a child, their parent/family/carers, other settings and agencies all work cooperatively together. how your setting promotes an open door policy, involves, actively invites and works towards engaging ... (More)
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1.3. Explain how the documented outcomes are assessed and recorded.
Weegy: The documented outcomes are assessed and recorded during EVALUATION phase. [ [ after you made your decision or implementation, for you to know or to find if the outcome was a success or not you need re assess and records the changes! An example is a person/patient having fever, your actions can be giving him a medication[paracetamol] to alleviate the fever. now you need to assess and record his temperature before and after to know the ... (More)
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1.3. Explain how the documented outcomes are assessed and recorded.
Weegy: The documented outcomes are assessed and recorded during EVALUATION phase. [ [ [ after you made your decision or implementation, for you to know or to find if the outcome was a success or not you need re assess and records the changes! An example is a person/patient having fever, your actions can be giving him a medication[paracetamol] to alleviate the fever. now you need to assess and record his temperature before and after to know the ... (More)
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