CHCECE026 -Work in partnership with families to provide appropriate education and care for children – Solved

CHCECE026 -Work in partnership with families to provide appropriate education and care for children

Assessment 1

Question 1

Current research supports and recognizes the partnership between families and educators in the learning of children.

a. In a minimum of 150 words each, discuss the following theories that support this viewpoint:

Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems Theory

Families and educators play a major role in the development of children socially, physically, and mentally. These are the major players that help and help children the way they need to enhance their capabilities and intelligence. Bronfenbrenner’s  Ecological systems theory examines the evolution of a kid within the context of his or her surroundings. The theories of Bronfenbrenner identify multiple environmental layers which each impact the development of a kid. Recently this theory has been called “Theory of Bioecological Systems,” to stress that a child’s biology is the main environment that stimulates its growth. The interplay between elements in the mature biology of the kid, its immediate surroundings for the family and community and the society drives and guides its growth. Children are generally involved in different ecosystems, from the most personal environmentally-friendly home system to the bigger school system and the largest social and culture-inclusive system. In all areas of childhood, each ecological system unavoidably interacts and influences one another  (Guy-Evans, 2020). In any layer, changes or conflicts will be rubbed over adjacent levels. To then examine the development of a kid, we need to consider the interaction between not just the child and its local environment but also the wider environment.

  • The first level in Bronfenbrenner’s theory is the microsystem, which has direct interaction with the kid, such as parents, siblings, teachers, and school partners, in its local surroundings.
  • The mesosystem includes the relationships between children’s microsystems, such as their parent’s and teachers’ interactions, or between school friends and children’s siblings.
  • The exosystem comprises another formal and informal social framework that does not include the kid itself but indirectly influences it, as it affects one of the microsystems.
  • The macrosystem is part of the theory of ecology systems by Bronfenbrennero, which focuses on how cultural factors, such as socio-economical position, wealth, poverty, and ethnicity, impact children’s development.
  • The fifth and last stage of the theory of ecological systems of Bronfenbrenner is called the chronosystem. This system comprises all the environmental changes that occur during life, including important transitional life and historical events, that impact development.

Lev Vygotsky

Vygotsky is a social constructivist approach to child development based on the notion of cognitive processes as a result of social interactions. Vygotsky stressed the collaborative aspect of learning through social bargaining through the production of knowledge. Vygotsky’s sociocultural theory regards human development as socially mediatized, through means of dialogues with more informed members of society, in which youngsters learn their cultural values, beliefs, and problems (King et al, 2017). The theory of Vygotsky consists of notions such as cultural instruments, private speech, and a proximal development area.

  • Adults impart intellectual adaptation instruments that children internalize in their society. Piaget, on the other hand, underlines how important peer contact fosters social perspectives
  • Vygotsky argued that children were born with the essential intellectual growth capacities known as ‘primary mental functions.
  • The language depends, according to Piaget, on thinking about its evolution (i.e., thought comes before language). For Vygotsky, mind, and language are originally distinct systems, merge at the age of three and produce verbal ideas from the beginning of life.
  • The cultural and social environment for learning has been declared by Vygotsky. Cognitive development is a co-construction of childhood knowledge and partner knowledge based on social interactions through directed learning. Piaget, on the other hand, argues that cognition is mostly based on autonomous research, in which children build their knowledge.

b. Discuss the benefit of building and maintaining a partnership with families. Your response should be a minimum of 150 words.

The objective of parent and family involvement is to cooperate with families to establish relationships that are strong and successful that can help children and families prosper. These partnerships are based on good and continuing connections with families that are orientated towards objectives. The relations are founded on respect for one another and confidence. They also grow through several interactions between professionals and family throughout time.

Successful connections focus on the strengths of families. They develop on a common commitment to the well-being and success of the kid (King et al, 2017). As staff-family ties are strengthened, mutually respectful collaborations are established. Strong family connections lead to positive and beneficial development.

Relationships become partnerships where the participants have a common objective, such as the promotion of child health and well-being, and shared responsibility for achieving this objective. Positive connections begin with partnerships and include:

  • Everyone is equal and contributes in various ways
  • everyone is appreciated and accepted for what they believe, even when disagreements exist.
  • Listen to each other and talk
  • Try to comprehend and believe the perspectives of other individuals
  • To check with each other for key choices and staff following the leadership of a parent or carer.

Young kids thrive when the adults who care for them work together successfully.

Families and professionals can explore ways and means of meeting children’s needs. Families know the qualities and personalities of their children, their atmosphere, and their conduct. Staff can also get to know a kid well via their everyday experience and see how the youngsters develop. If families and professionals work together, they may exchange information and focus on meeting and supporting the needs of each kid.

Question 2

While involving families in the learning of their child educators are required to follow some policies, standards, and procedures.

a. Identify and discuss two (2) policies that an educator would be required to follow about working in partnership with families.

The two policies are listed below for better understanding-

  1. Policy for Children’s Health and safety

It guarantees that all centers have a secure and convenient physical environment that actively promotes the well-being of children and the results of learning and development. Our surroundings enable youngsters to expand their knowledge and growth via games and autonomous exploration. Goodstart also plays an active part in the care for the broader environment and the future.

In the case of child accidents or wounds, our early learning staff will comply with prescribed health and safety rules as well as procedures and all our centers will have certified first-aid staff. Each occurrence is reported to all families and presented to all families in a disease/injury report and we evaluate each issue so that we may make adjustments, if required, to the practice or physical environment. We shall make any efforts required to ensure that your kid is well cared for if it requires medical treatment other than primary care and we are unable to reach you. All the measures that need to be adapted for curing a child and its safety-related to health.

  • Policy for enrollment and Orientation

Only allow your kid from an early education program to be collected by parents/guardians and authorized nominees and encourage all families to ensure that this information and arrangements are kept up-to-date. We can always assure the safety of your kid, therefore every authorized candidate who is unfamiliar with our early learning personnel will be asked for a picture ID. If your kid has not been picked by closing time from the center and we cannot contact you, we will call the authorized candidates indicated on the registration form of your child.

b. Give four (4) Standards of communication that educators would be expected to follow while interacting with families.

Four standards are listed below-

  • Respect for parents

caregivers and families are the cornerstones for good communication. Respect helps you understand your parents, caregivers, and families better(Ludvik, 2020). This contains all the families’ respect: the backdrop of religion and culture, morals, religion and language, diversity and choices.

  • Parent and caregiver listening

One of the keys to good communication is listening. You acquire more information on children and their families when you listen effectively. You will also profit fully from the profound knowledge of your children of parents and caregivers (Ludvik, 2020). And you show parents and caregivers that you appreciate and give serious thought to their experiences, thoughts, and opinions.

  • Talk to parents and caregivers

One of your aims is to enhance the collaboration with parents and caregivers in every encounter. If you communicate to parents clearly and carefully regularly, you are more likely to achieve this aim.

  • Increase parental and caring concerns

As a professional, you might be concerned about the behavior, wellness, or development of a kid with parents and carers.

c. Discuss two (2) strategies and two (2) procedures that an educator could apply to encourage collaboration with families.

The strategies are listed below-

  • Developing and supporting two-way teacher-parent communications. Efficient communication over two paths requires several layers. Consider first of all the finest way to contact families. An efficient and low-pressure communicating pathway may be developed using e-mail, text message, or app-based communication through a platform. Then explore how parents and families may be encouraged to get involved and respond to your communication.
  • Look at the viewpoints of parents. The impact of whole-school systems and procedures on all families is periodically measured to encourage the integration of all families and with particular emphasis given to families whose children require the greatest help. Consider, for example, the expense of family tours on the ground and other educational activities.

The procedure is listed below-

  • By deliberately exercising active listening skills like paraphrasing, summarising, and clarifying, teachers obtain vital information from their families and validate the significance of family involvement in the learning process. Educators also need to be conscious of the language used, minimize jargon and clarify unknown concepts if parents or family members have confusion.
  • Value parents’ and family members’ contributions. While educators may have more formal training and experience than most parents or family members, the knowledge and experience gathered by parents and family members are acquired. They want to have unique insights and coping abilities for their child, which they feel are best. The school and the student may benefit from offering chances for parents and family members in meaningful ways.

Question 3

a) Identify eight (8) ways a service could create a welcoming environment for families

  • Consider family as a friend.
  • Provide a Clean and secure campus.
  • Embed Respect for families
  • In the choice of furniture, consider accessibility and stability.
  • Show eye-level photographs.
  • Recycling and reusing matter.
  • Establish a specific area for literacy.
  • Make Communication Easy.

b) Give six (6) types of information that a service should share about themselves with families. List four ways of sharing this information.

Six types of information that a service should share about its service to parents are listed below-

  • Welcome, respected, and appreciated
  • Feel comfortable in your positions, confident and supported
  • feel the happiness of other people with their trust
  • to help adults continue to cooperate in support of children across differences
  • Take advantage of alternative sources, ideas, and energy
  • Profit from joint decision-making

Four ways to enhance and adapt to the culture are listed below-

  • There is a lot of friendship, especially in the field of parent-teacher communications in primary school. Be friendly, welcome, and encourage whether you communicate by email, text, or in person. If you see parents, smile, hold your hands, and meet the eye.
  • The positivity starts with effective communication between parents and teachers. Start by expressing something good about him or her when you call your student’s parent or guardian.
  • Great communication between parent and teacher, particularly in primary school, begins with a feeling of value in parents. All parents and guardians may provide your classroom with something useful, whether they help at an event and discuss their career with children. Encourage them to share their strengths.
  • Be sure to communicate frequently, too! A typical error between primary and secondary school instructors simply does not communicate sufficiently or reach out only when an issue exists. Contact your parents often and they will not be alerted when they hear about you

c) Explain why it is important to share information about the service with families and what considerations should a service keep in view while sharing it. (Minimum 70 words)

The most effective weapon you can employ with families is positive communication. Good communication allows families to be informed, reassured, and involved. A discussion, good or negative, may set the tone for a family perception of pre-school employees, thus excellent communication skills must be developed.

Confidence building is helped by positive communication and interactions with families. Confidence is a key component of ensuring you (a) collaborate with families and (b) work as a team with families to assist children to achieve their objectives. Confidence between you and your families makes parents feel well with the program and the capacity to satisfy the demands of your child.

Following points should be considered by service-

  • Consider employing continuous informal chances of talking to families.
  • Before trying to get information from families, establish relationships.\
  • Use a range of queries that are open and close.
  • Be culturally and linguistically respectful to families while answering inquiries.
  • Try to collect information on a youngster from many family members if feasible.

Question 4

a. Identify strategies that a service can apply to collaborate with very busy families.

  • Developing and supporting two-way teacher-parent communications. Efficient communication over two paths requires several layers. Consider first of all the finest way to contact families. An efficient and low-pressure communicating pathway may be developed using e-mail, text message, or app-based communication through a platform (Walder University, 2021). Then explore how parents and families may be encouraged to get involved and respond to your communication.
  • Look at the viewpoints of parents. The impact of whole-school systems and procedures on all families is periodically measured to encourage the integration of all families and with particular emphasis given to families whose children require the greatest help. Consider, for example, the expense of family tours on the ground and other educational activities.
  • caregivers and families are the cornerstones for good communication. Respect helps you understand your parents, caregivers, and families better. This contains all the families’ respect: the backdrop of religion and culture, morals, religion and language, diversity and choices.
  • One of the keys to good communication is listening. You acquire more information on children and their families when you listen effectively. You will also profit fully from the profound knowledge of your children of parents and caregivers (Walder University, 2021). And you show parents and caregivers that you appreciate and give serious thought to their experiences, thoughts, and opinions.

b. How does collaboration benefit the child, the educator, and the family?

Strong partnerships promote the education and ability of children to build life skills and networks, while also improving the capability of parents to take part in the school experience of their kids. Partnerships allow children to see important people in their lives working well together. When children see positive communication between their parents or carers and staff, they begin to learn it is important to build healthy relationships. For example, children who see their parents or carers communicating well and being friendly with staff can learn this is how to relate well to others. Children can trust and feel safe with staff who are respected and supported by their family and who respect and support their family in return(Walder University, 2021). Children can then feel comfortable at their early childhood service and enjoy positive experiences.

In a partnership, families and employees may share their experiences and recognize how essential their relationship is for the kid. For example, when we read our farm book together, ‘Ben likes it and just he loves the noises that I make.’ Children continue to develop and find it difficult to distinguish their experiences from one setting to another, for example, in the handling of those at home and staff.

Question 5

a. Identify and discuss the standards within NQS that support working in partnership with families. Your response should be a minimum of 100 words.

Standards discussed and identified below-

Supporting family relations.

 The development and maintenance of respectful connections with families and the support for families in their duty as parents. Families are valued for their knowledge, culture, values, and beliefs and families are involved in making decisions regarding their child’s learning and well-being. Families have available up-to-date information concerning parenthood and the families’ welfare services and resources.

The partnership of Collaboration.

 Increased children’s inclusion, learning, and wellbeing through collaborative collaborations. Each kid will be supported through the exchange of information and clarification of duties in terms of learning and transitions. Ensuring children’s access, inclusion, and involvement in the program, effective relationships.

b. Explain how the learning framework that applies to your service discusses partnership with families.

Collaboration with families may be hard to build good ties. The advantages for the kid, its family, its service, and the wider community are more important than the problems.

Children interest while continuity in learning,  immerse themselves in decision making and help impact their world, appreciate their culture and identity and recognize their strengths, improve their sense  (What Research Says About Parent Involvement. 2015).

Families are appreciated, respected, and better understand the learning and development of their kids. Feel supported and empowered in the role of their parents and are be comfortable when they ask questions or voice concern.

The environment of education and care:

  • to get knowledge and know-how from families
    • Family information may be utilized to promote the learning and well-being of children
    • comprehend families’ problems
    • Get familial feedback that helps employees assess their methods and service effectiveness in general.

Question 6

a. Discuss how to respond to questions posed by families about their child where an educator may not know the answer.

Take questions happily and engage with the parents to know the reason behind asking questions and by communicating with them try to find the answer or try to take time from parents to analyze the behavior of children to answer questions.

Meanwhile, we all are human beings we can’t know everything but the important thing is that we should take questions respectfully and answer them politely and should be habitual to figure out problems and find out the solution by taking time for making parents trust on you and the service.

b. Discuss two (2) occasions where an educator may be required to inform families promptly. Identify one (1) strategy to inform families sensitively of any incidents affecting their child.

The 2 occasions where educators required to inform the family promptly are-

On Result day- The result of the student should be displayed and visualized through a teacher in front of the family to answer their queries and helping them know the pros and cons of students and the ways to enhance them for better productivity. Along with that, to share the ideas and beliefs from both sides for the betterment of children mentally, socially, and physically.

Sports events- It would help the student to do more practice and take part in sports activities for enhancing their physical part. Even attract themselves towards sports and different activities and ensuring their parents know the skills embedded in the child.

Strategy to inform families of the incident-

After injury or trauma, The teachers are going to:

• Facilitate first assistance if necessary.

• Record all data needed under Regulation, including treatment offered to the parent/custodian on child collection in the incident, trauma, and sickness record.

• Notify the parent/guardian immediately after the accident or when they take out of service their kid, depending on the severity of the event and the child’s emotional status. In 24 hours from the event, the parent/guardian will be contacted.

Assessment 2

 Scenario

Recently a family has moved from Papua New Guinea to Australia and have enrolled their young son Benny at your service. Benny is a 5-year-old boy. Benny has no health issues or special dietary requirements; however, he does prefer baked vegetables. As Benny is new to the service there is not a lot of information about him. His family has completed his enrolment with all important information however there are areas such as his interest, strengths, and other information that are not there.

The family has requested some information about the service. While Benny’s Mum understands and speaks English, his grandparents have a limited understanding of it and mainly speak Tok Pisin. Benny’s grandparents are a central part of the family and are actively involved in Benny’s upbringing, care, and

education. As they are new to the area the family is very keen to find out local swimming groups for Benny, and other possible community groups that the family could join.

Benny’s grandmother likes to paint on canvas and his grandfather is fond of gardening. Benny also has an older sibling who will need to join a high school

Discuss how you would make Benny’s family feel welcome

  • Start with a clean space that is properly arranged. Wipe sticky surfaces and stain them. Make sure that drapes are washed and freshly cleaned floors and tapestries. Remove clutter by keeping in cabinets spare materials, supplies, and other stuff.
  • View children’s and their families’ photographs. When you can, snap pictures before the first day of school during an open house or home visit. Or invite folks to contribute family pictures of their own. Post pictures in the entire room on the cubbies and children’s eyes. Children might feel linked to their families throughout the day when they look at the photographs.
  • Decorate walls. Walls decorate. Wonders may be made for the classroom by a few pieces of well-chosen art and a splash of color. The youngsters will be lured by such basic decorations without too much to look over. The family may also see that a classroom is a welcoming place for children.
  • Ready your cubbies, labels, class lists, and tags for names. That may sound simple, but being prepared says, “We’re glad to see you” to children and families. A labeled cubby shows a kid to store items safely. When parents see his or her name on the class sign-in page their kid will feel welcome.

Explain the strategies you could use to encourage Benny’s family to share their knowledge, skills, expertise, and culture with the service

  • Provide a message for families to work together to fulfill the needs of their children in collaboration.
  • Inform families that you are interested in collecting information to improve the experience for their children.
  • Share stories with families about the learning, strengths, successes, and experiences of other children at home and in the service of children.
  • Decide if it is OK for a kid to attend during a talk or to suggest another time.
  • Think of the particular requirements of each household.
  • Families should often have the opportunity to:
    • offer comments on the experiences of children or propose routines and activities
    • Contribute to the decision-making curriculum and child learning documents.

Discuss methods that a service can use to share information with Benny’s family about his interactions, relationships, interests, and experiences and also gain information about these from the family

Different methods are listed below-

  • Spending time with your youngster playing, chatting, and talking!
  • Creating household routines for children (e.g., mealtimes or bedtimes).
  • Give your youngster questions and answer them.
  • Join your youngster in book-reading.
  • Get your kid familiar with their world through symbols (e.g., letters, numbers).
  • Talk to your youngster and encourage them to discuss the world around them with you.
  • Provide your youngster with social contact chances outside school.
  • Engage children in the planning and execution of projects

Identify three (3) inclusive practices that can be applied to reflect an understanding of Benny’s culture, family, and community within the service

  • Teaching about diversity and equality and building student awareness and empathy for individuals.
  • Better relationship, trust, and self-image. To provide instructors with extra opportunities to work together, work together, and work together on problem-solving.
  • Promoting parent’s confidence in the acceptance and achievement of their children in school.

Discuss two (2) ways that the service can provide information about themselves in the service in the main languages used in the community

  • Personnel interpret images and drawings in their language
  • The brochure of the Centre is being translated into other languages so that the parents understand how the Centre functions.

Make information available and assist families to locate and contact community services and resources

Approaches are listed below-

Participate in talks amongst families

Continue to discuss the overall development of your children with families. Provide parents with materials to assist them to discover practical methods to promote child growth and well-being in their homes and communities. Learn about local health clinics, early intervention agencies, and mental health facilities in early childhood. Providing resources in clinics or facilities in the neighborhood for families.

Approach on strength

Learn how families contribute to your program and engage families with their kids on their strengths and accomplishments. Support families and talk to them to discover their strengths and to link those strengths with their child’s relationships. Build on the knowledge and abilities of the parent.

Remember culture and language

Educators who collaboratively share knowledge indicate that they appreciate partners. Educators who respond culturally and linguistically attempt to study and comprehend the culture of a family. They appreciate and aim to ensure respectful, inclusive, and welcome of the culture and the language of each family in the children’s learning and curriculum, communication with children and families, and collaborations with families.

Identify how the service can provide opportunities for Benny’s family to give feedback on service in an advisory capacity once they are settled into the service and community

The services are listed below-

Management Committee

Parent volunteers may form a management committee and be the approved service provider following the governance structure of your service. The family members can provide the service a wide range of abilities and can influence the service operation positively. In parents, recruiting new Members may sometimes be hard to become volunteers.

Advisory Group or Subcommittee

A subcommittee can be an effective approach to include families in the efficient operation of the service depending on the governance structure of the organization. The advising capacity of a sub-committee or parent committee may usually be used by the management team of the service. The necessity of the sponsor or governing body as the approved provider cannot be substituted with a sub-committee

Specific task volunteers

Sometimes, a person with a particular talent or area of expertise requires the help of a service, such as hands-on support, accounting, financial management, recruiting, or cooking. Some parents feel it worthwhile to once again contribute their particular abilities (Smith et al, 2020). The expectations, results, timeframes, and parameters of the work are crucial for both sides.

Events special

Special events, such as money-raising or social activity, cultural celebration, admission, or community festivals, may be held by services from time to time. These might be the best approach to bring families in enjoyable and casual ways into your service. Make sure that activities are publicized far in advance so that families can plan their participation.

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Smith, L., Hoang, H., Reynish, T., McLeod, K., Hannah, C., Auckland, S., … & Mond, J. (2020). Factors shaping the lived experience of resettlement for former refugees in regional Australia. International journal of environmental research and public health17(2), 501.

Ludvik, D. (2020, November 9). Establishing healthy parent-teacher relationships for early learning success. Early Learning Network.

Walden University. (2021, March 25). 9 Ways to Improve Parent-Teacher Communication.

A. (2018, October 4). Communication – Why it’s Important. Headstart Early Learning Centres.

What Research Says About Parent Involvement. (2015, December 17). Responsive Classroom.

King, G., Williams, L., & Hahn Goldberg, S. (2017). Family‐oriented services in pediatric rehabilitation: scoping review and framework to promote parent and family wellness. Child: care, health and development43(3), 334-347.

Guy-Evans, O. (2020, November 9). Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems Theory | Simply Psychology. Simply Psychology. https://www.simplypsychology.org/Bronfenbrenner.html

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