Planning and Organizing: Claudia continues to meet with her employees that are not meeting the performance goals, on a bi-weekly basis to review and discuss their previous week work performance. She formulates a detailed calendar of all assigned tasks for her unit, including any contingencies for necessary changes.
The group members of Learning Team A took a DISC assessment to determine their personality types, strengths and weaknesses, and areas needing improvement. The members of the group are (your name). The Professional Development Plan will describe the strengths and weaknesses of each personality type, characteristics each type share and characteristics that could cause conflict, and how each type can work together. Along with showing how I the manager can better my ability to lead the team.
The framework recognises that all children have the right to relationships, and environements to help children meet their needs, the framework particularly benefits chidren and families who tries to deal with children’s whose needs are affected by unemployment, poverty and poor health which can effect a child’s experience and development. Framework also helps children and young people become confident individuals and successful learners which can lead to improved life. The Early Years Framework makes it important to understand that all national and local agencies working together can help children’s outcomes in life. The framework focuses on childrens interests from pre-conception to support them and their families with what they need to succeed in life and live a happy and healthy one. One of the priorities of the Early Years Framework is the need for play areas and greenspace this will help improve the health of children and encourage children to exercise by offering them more play opportunities around their area. The framework still has some work to do but they will continue to develop and collect data to ensure that its all facts and gives an un-biased representation of how the framework are delivering for children and their
“Professional development should be linked to the vision of the learning community” (Roberts & Pruitt, 2009 p.82). With the budget for the plan established, a detailed professional development that’s aligned with the goals and objectives (school vision) of the plan are defined.
During the consultation and assessment process several areas were identified as being underdeveloped and not meeting the needs of the children. Firstly, great emphasis was placed on changing elements in the outdoor space and making it accessible for all age groups within the environment. It severely lacked natural elements, resources and was not encouraging meaningful and active participation. The final stages of the improvement work showed significant changes in creating a space that was visually captivating and encouraging, subsequently, ensuring play opportunities for children that are
Develop work history/practice page of teachers to introduce specific disciplines and knowledge to create community of practice.
“Outdoor education is in line with current thinking, but also echo’s the philosophy of the McMillan sisters. Practitioners today should be aware of the opportunities afforded by outdoor provision, not only in terms of developing children’s learning, but also with positive benefits to their health” (Cooper 2004)
Practitioners who show good practice understand the early years educators theories and take inspiration from them. They also identify the benefits of outdoor play and promote it at their settings for children’s learning and development.
The theme of this reflective account is engaging children in participation, and enabling children to have a voice. The Every child matters documentation (Department for Education 2010) focuses on the important role of the adult in enabling children to make decisions and encouraging them to participate and make a positive contribution. As a result through this account, how children in my setting are encouraged to participate in the outdoor play space will be explored. A small piece of research was carried out which will be reflected on, as will theory relating to children making a positive contribution in the early years.
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Competency is something education and care services and educators strive for constantly. It is what a service must demonstrate to prove it is meeting or exceeding the National Quality Standard. But there is a special type of competency that all services must achieve to deliver high quality education and care to all children—cultural competency. Cultural competence is an essential practice of both the Early Years Learning Framework and the Framework for School Aged Care—My Time, Our Place. It is based on the principle contained in both frameworks—respect for diversity. Can educators and services ever truly become culturally competent? Many would say that achievement of this competency is always just beyond grasp. That is why the
When assessing the characteristics of high-technology driven health systems—those systems that focus on restoration rather than prevention, it is more practical to identify what these systems “do not do versus what
Developing and implementing a Professional Practice Model is a key requisite for achieving Magnet recognition. Professional Practice Models (PPMs) offer an opportunity for nurses to define how their nursing practice aligns with the organizations values, mission, and vision. Nursing excellence thrives in atmospheres that encourage and support positive productive relationships. This paper presents the Pillars of Care PPM—a hypotenthical model based on the Relationship-based Care (RBC) framework. The components of this model are explored as well as the models theoretical framework. Finally, a discussion on PPM evaluation methods is presented as well as a brief description of how the Pillars of Care PPM could be evaluated.