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Discuss the domains of child development and how it relates to the image you have of a child (Physical) Physical: Body size, body proportions, appearance, brain development, motor development, perception capacities, physical health
Discuss the domains of child development and how it relates to the image you have of a child (Cognitive) Thought processes, intellectual abilities, attention, problem solving, imagination, creativity, academic
Discuss the domains of child development and how it relates to the image you have of a child (Language) Understanding of spoken words, expression of ideas by speech sounds, listening, literacy skills
Discuss the domains of child development and how it relates to the image you have of a child (Social/Emotional) Self knowledge, ability to manage one's own feelings, knowledge of other ppl, friendships, moral reasoning & behaviours
Explain the factors affecting the development of the whole child needs, rights and interests of children and young people are taken into account in the development of policy and services
Articulate the vision that the EYDF has for children and relate how this vision is similar to the basic tenets of the whole child • Children being secure, confident, safe and healthy • Children being involved, engaged and enquiring • Centre, families and the community connecting and relating
Name the 5 guiding principles of the EYDF framework The Developing Child, The Intentional Programme, The Professional Educarer, The Involved Family, The Engaged Community
The Developing Child Developing secure attachments and confidence in children with nurturing adults, Children are secure and confident
The Intentional Programme Generating culturally and developmentally appropriate opportunities for children’s holistic development and learning in a safe and healthy environment, Prog holistic, optimal support and experience for growth development and learning in a
The Professional Educarer Committing to professional standards and ethics in working with children, families and educarers’ own professional development, Educarers are professional and engage in reflective practices
The Involved Family Involving families as partners in the care, development and education of children, Educarers develop strong partnership and relationship with families
The Engaged Community Engaging the community as support and resources for home and centre, Community provide a network of resources and support for home and centre
Created by: Dion1234