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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 recognised importance of assessing children's individual needs One significant difference between all four here is that England's Early Years Foundation Stage is the only framework to include children aged less than 3 within its statutory positon. All other nations provide guidance, good practice and recommendations - Scotland's Prebirth to three. ............... ] User: 1.3 Explain why early years frameworks emphasise a personal and individual approach to learning and development? Weegy: Sorry, we do not write essays. (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 parents/carers in the setting's planning and decision making processes. How do you share observations - daily happenings, how parents/carers contribute & are part of all assessments & updates by letting settings know about development, interests, medical and dietary needs - data protection, confidentiality act & freedom of information. Considerations to take into account for a partnership model are the potential barriers that could be involved: - Communication & how to overcome those barriers - language, use & access to technology eg. ] User: 3.2 Review barriers to participation for carers and explain ways in which they can be overcome? Weegy: ne credit represents about 10 hours' work a unit aim explains what is coved in the unit learning outcomes cover what you need to do (skills) or what you need... Children And Young People's Workforce one credit represents about 10 hours' work a [ unit aim explains what is coved in the unit learning outcomes cover what you need to do (skills) or what you need... Diploma Level 3 Children And Young People's Workforce one credit represents about 10 hours' work a unit aim explains what is coved in the unit learning outcomes cover what you need to do (skills) or what you need... Childcare PROVISION UNDERSTANDING THE PURPOSES AND PRINCIPLE OF EARLY YEARS FRAMEWORK 1.1 EXPLAIN THE LEGAL STATUS AND PRINCIPLE OF THE RELEVANT EARLY YEARS FRAMEWORK... Discuus The Main Barriers Of Participation In Sport ] User: 3.3 Explain strategies to support carers who may react positively or ... (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 outcome! [wink] ] ] (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 outcome! ] ] (More)
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