Subject Code & Title: EDEC110 The Young Child, Family And Community Partnerships
Course – Bachelors in Early Childhood
Word Count: 2000 words
Assessment – Annotated Resource Folio
Create a Resource Collection of considered and varied resources (10-12 Posters) that you would use to support families in relation to daily issues that impact on parenting and the child’s well being, including where a child may be at risk of harm.Write a brief report referring to relevant literature and explaining how the resources will be used in your role as an advocate for child well being, development and learning and for parenting support and family well being.
EDEC110 The Young Child, Family And Community Partnerships Assessment – Australia.
While Planning Resource Folio: 10-12 posters
1.Your personal philosophy statement about working with families
Including your image of the child
Importance of partnership with families
Your role as a child advocate being an Early Childhood Educator
2.Research and present three issues (400 words each) pertaining, but not limited to child well being, development or parenting:
healthy socialization and family life (birthday parties, church, temple, shopping, picnics, holidays) appropriate exposure to the media, and encouragement to read health (importance of hygiene, health checks, inoculations, hearing, sight and dental checks) a good diet
3.You will need to demonstrate in each of your resource:
The key message for children and families
The importance of the issue in relation to child’s well being, development or parenting Suggestion for partnership with families Make your resources colorful, engaging and informative. Use graphics where appropriate.
EDEC110 The Young Child Family And Community Partnerships Assessment – Australia.
Arrange them in such a fashion that they could be used as separate posters within an early learning environment. Your work must indicate a genuine attempt to shape the material in a meaningful way, and to get a good balance between text and graphics with proper referencing.