How do you write observations in the EYLF?

How do you write observations in the EYLF?

Focus on what the child is doing and avoid using judgemental language. For example: good, silly, excellent (this doesn’t describe what’s happening). Be Factual – describe only what actually happened. Be Relevant – include details of direct quotes and information about the context of the observation.

What are some strategies you use or service uses to uphold the EYLF principles and practices?

Strategies to include Being:

  • Appreciating skills.
  • Providing opportunities for children to explore and learn.
  • Extending on children’s interests.
  • Embracing culture.
  • Supporting individual children.
  • Having respectful relationships with children and families.
  • Understanding children uniqueness and individuality.

How do you achieve an outcome 1?

1.1 Children feel safe, secure, and supported.

  1. build secure attachments with one and then more familiar educators.
  2. use effective routines to help make predicted transitions smoothly.
  3. sense and respond to a feeling of belonging.
  4. communicate their needs for comfort and assistance.

What assessments should documentation cover in childcare?

For a child of preschool age or under, this documentation must include assessment of:

  • developmental needs.
  • interests.
  • experiences.
  • participation in the educational program, and.
  • progress against the outcomes of the educational program consistent with the learning outcomes of the approved learning frameworks.

What practice does the guide to the EYLF recommend that educators use?

Both the Framework and the guide aim to improve professional judgement and practice, especially curriculum decision making, by encouraging a cycle of questioning, planning, acting and reflecting that will build professional knowledge and confidence.

How does the EYLF define curriculum?

The Early Years Learning Framework describes the curriculum as “all the interactions, experiences, activities, routines and events, planned and unplanned, that occur in an environment designed to foster children’s learning and development”.

How do you promote the EYLF outcome 3?

Educators promote this learning by:

  1. show genuine affection, understanding and respect for all children.
  2. collaborate with children to document their achievements and share their successes with their families.
  3. ensure that all children experience pride in their attempts and achievements.

What is the aim of learning outcome 2?

Learning Outcome 2: Children Are Connected With And Contribute To Their World. 2.1 Children develop a sense of belonging to groups and communities and an understanding of the reciprocal rights and responsibilities necessary for active community participation.