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why should you never promise to keep a child`s secret?
Weegy: Do not make promises you cannot keep. A child may say, "I have something I need to tell you but you have to promise to keep it a secret." The child's trust has most likely been broken already by someone close to them. [ It is important to ensure them you can keep it a secret as long as they are not in danger. If the child discloses they are being hurt, you must report it and the child should know that. ] (More)
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why is evaluation of provision important
Weegy: In the complex context of education, there are many ways in which provision can merit a particular evaluation. We need to bear in mind that awarding levels will always be more of a professional skill than a technical process. [ However, the following general guidelines should be consistently applied. An evaluation of excellent applies to provision which is a model of its type. Learners’ experiences and achievements are of a very high quality. An evaluation of excellent represents an outstanding standard of provision which exemplifies very best practice and is worth disseminating beyond the council. It implies these very high levels of performance are sustainable and will be maintained. An evaluation of very good applies to provision characterised by major strengths. There are very few areas for improvement and any that do exist do not significantly diminish learners’ experiences. While an evaluation of very good represents a high standard of provision, it is a standard that should be achievable by all. It implies that it is fully appropriate to continue to make provision without significant adjustment. However, there is an expectation that the council will take opportunities to improve and strive to raise performance to excellent. An evaluation of good applies to provision characterised by important strengths which, taken together, clearly outweigh any areas for improvement. An evaluation of good represents a standard of provision in which the strengths have a significant positive impact. However, the quality of learners’ experiences is diminished in some way by aspects in which improvement is required. It implies that the council should seek to improve further the areas of important strength, but take action to address the areas for improvement. An evaluation of adequate applies to provision characterised by strengths which just outweigh weaknesses. An evaluation of adequate indicates that learners have access to a basic level of provision. It represents ... (More)
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