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ASSESSMENT COVER SHEETName: ___________________________________________________________________Student ID: ________________________ Gov Funded? Y / NCourse Name: CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and CareUnit Code/Name: CHCECE025 Embed sustainable practices in service operationsPostal Address: ____________________________________________________________Phone No: _______________________ Date of Posting/email: ____/____/______Email: ____________________________________________________________________ Student Declaration I _____________________________________________ (insert your name) declare that these tasks are my own work. None of this work has been completed by any other person and I have not cheated, plagiarised or colluded with any other student. I have correctly referenced all resources and reference texts throughout this assessment task. I have read and understood JTI policy on plagiarism, cheating and collusion and understand that if I am found to be in breach of this policy, disciplinary action may be taken against me by JTI. Student Signed: Printed Name: Date: ____________________ _____________________ _______ Campus – ⃝Dandenong ⃝Sunshine ⃝Adelaide ⃝OnlineJTI Trainer Name: ____________________________________________________________Name of JTI Staff: ____________________Staff Signature: ___________________________Submission Date – 1. ___/___/____ Re sub 2. ___/___/____ Re sub 3.___/___/____ Resubmission Slip #2Name: __________________________________Date Submitted: ____/____/______Course Name: CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and CareUnit Code/Name: CHCECE025 Embed sustainable practices in service operationsJTI Trainer Name:_____________________________________________________________Name of JTI Staff: _______________________Staff Signature: ________________________Campus – ⃝Dandenong ⃝Sunshine ⃝Adelaide ⃝Online Resubmission Slip #1Name: _________________________________Date Submitted: ____/____/_______Course Name: CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care Unit Code/Name CHCECE025 Embed sustainable practices in service operationsJTI Trainer Name: ______________________________________________________________Name of JTI Staff: ____________________________Staff Signature:_____________________Campus – ⃝Dandenong ⃝Sunshine ⃝Adelaide ⃝Online Submission SlipName: _______________________________________ Date Submitted: ____/____/______Course Name: CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and CareUnit Code/Name: CHCECE025 Embed sustainable practices in service operationsJTI Trainer Name: ______________________________________________________________Name of JTI Staff: __________________________Staff Signature:_______________________Campus – ⃝Dandenong ⃝Sunshine ⃝Adelaide ⃝Online Page left intentionally blank Assessment CHCECE025 Embed sustainable practices in service operations To achieve a competent result for this unit you must satisfactorily complete all the assessments requirements listed below. Assessments for this unit are as follows: Assessment NumberType of AssessmentDescription and locationAssessment 1Short Questions/Multiple Choice Questions/True or FalseThere are short questions found in this booklet. You will be given the opportunity to respond to each question in your own words in a written format. In special cases you may respond verbally.Assessment 2Case studies/ScenariosThere are Case studies/scenarios in this booklet. Read the case studies given and answer the questions that follow. Use your own words in answering these case studies.Assessment 3Research ActivityThere are research activities found in this booklet. You are required to research the topic and respond to each question in your own words in a written format. In special cases you may respond verbally.Assessment 4Personal/Reflective JournalInstructions for the journal are in the supervised work placement bookletAssessment 5Third Party ObservationWill be performed by the workplace supervisor while the student is on Work Placement.Assessment 6Work Place ObservationYour workplace supervisor observes you in the work place setting demonstrating the practical application of the skills and knowledge that you have gained in relation to these units. Your supervisor is required to observe you performing tasks in the workplace using the checklist provided in the third party report. During the observation your assessor will make a judgment as to whether you have met the required skill level for the qualification, or if further practice is required. Instructions and checklist for work placement are in the supervised work placement booklet. When an assessor is unable to visit the workplace they shall liaise with your workplace supervisor to confirm your ability to perform the tasks as part of the training package. Instructions to the Student Please read all the information given to you before you start any assessment task. If you do not understand some or all of the questions, please ask your trainer/assessor for assistance. Attempt to answer ALL questions in your own words on the assessment paper provided. The questions are designed to assess your understanding of the unit as well as your underpinning knowledge. To satisfactorily complete this assessment task you are required to complete the whole assessment. To do this you will need to answer all questions correctly and demonstrate you have achieved the required knowledge to industry standards. This assessment is intended to be fair and flexible. If you feel that we should change any aspect of this assessment to be fair, equitable or flexible, immediately contact your assessor who will attempt to make alternative arrangements. Please Note: 1. Please complete cover sheet clearly and accurately for all assessment tasks and other types of evidence you submit for your course. Your work may not be returned to you, we are required to keep it in your file for auditing purposes. Please ensure you have kept a copy. JTI does not accept any responsibility for work that may go missing by post. 2. This assessment may be re-assessed upon appeal 3. Upon notification of your assessment results, your trainer/assessor is able to provide you with additional information on interpreting the assessment outcomes and guide you on your future options. Assessment Tasks Outcome Unit:CHCECE025 Embed sustainable practices in service operationsStudent ID:Click here to enter text.Student Name:Click here to enter text. Assessors Feedback Assessors: Please return this cover sheet to the student with assessment results and feedback. A copy must be supplied to the office and kept in the student’s file with the evidence. Tasks included in submission Assessment TasksTitleSatisfactory/ Not yet satisfactoryAssessor SignatureDateRe-submission Satisfactory/ Not yet satisfactoryShort QuestionsAssessment 1Case Study 1Assessment 2Research Activity 1Assessment 3 Satisfactory Not Yet Satisfactory Assessor Signed:Assessor Name:Date: Page left intentionally blank Assessment 1 Short Questions 1. Provide a definition for each of the principles of sustainability. PrincipleDefinitionEcological integrity and maintaining biological diversityClick here to enter text.Integrating environmental, social and economic considerations in decision makingClick here to enter text.Non-renewable resourcesClick here to enter text.Precautionary behaviourClick here to enter text.Involving the communityClick here to enter text.Continual improvementClick here to enter text.Equity for each generation, and between generationsClick here to enter text.Democracy and governanceClick here to enter text. 2.a. List the National Quality Standard that guides services in implementing sustainable practices? Click here to enter text. b. What are the main elements of NQS 3.3? Click here to enter text. 3. List five organisational goals for sustainability. Click here to enter text. 4. What are some of the ways that services can embed sustainable practices within their operations by inviting children and families? Click here to enter text. 5. Provide 5 ways children can be supported to become environmentally responsible and show respect for the environment? Click here to enter text. 6. Define the central focus of the Sustainability Curriculum Framework and why it is relevant to the early childhood setting. Click here to enter text. 7. An emerging body of research shows the harmful effects of children’s separation from nature and the benefits of strengthening those ties, by including nature in the curriculum. In the table below list some of the ways children’s development is being negatively affected because of their lack of connection with nature. Area of DevelopmentHow children’s development is affected from a lack of connection to nature.Physical DevelopmentSocial-Emotional Development 8. How does children’s intellectual development benefit from increased time and space to play in the natural environment? Click here to enter text. 9. Develop a sustainability plan for Energy useWaste ManagementWater usage Your plan will have three strategies that will focus on experiences, materials and the involvement/ contribution by the children, families, educators and the community. ENERGY USEStrategyExperience1Click here to enter text.2Click here to enter text.3Click here to enter text.WASTE MANAGEMENTStrategyExperience1Click here to enter text.2Click here to enter text.3Click here to enter text.WATER USAGEStrategyExperience1Click here to enter text.2Click here to enter text.3Click here to enter text. 10. List three ways an educator could role model sustainable practice. Click here to enter text. 11. List four ways the children’s service can meet their sustainability goals in relation to chemicals and reducing toxins. Click here to enter text. Assessment 2 Case Study 1 1. XYZ Childcare Centre is developing sustainable practices within it’s service. Areas of concern identified are administrative practices, use of utilities, purchasing, use of recycled materials and gardens. Provide an example of sustainable practices that may be implemented within each of the areas within the children’s service. Service PracticeExampleAdministrative practicesClick here to enter text.Use of utilitiesClick here to enter textPurchasingClick here to enter text.Use of recycled materialsClick here to enter text.GardensClick here to enter text. 2. How can the educator engage children to explore environmental sustainability through nature? Click here to enter text. Assessment 3 Research Activity 1 Because young children learn through discovery and self-initiated activities, the role of an adult is to be more a facilitator than a teacher. Learning among young children requires active involvement: hands-on manipulation, sensory engagement, and self-initiated explorations. Young children should not be expected to “watch and listen” for any length of time, nor should they be expected to always follow the teacher’s lead or agenda. It is far better to focus on what children find of interest than to compete for attention through teacher-selected activities and materials. The focus is on ‘experiencing’ versus ‘teaching’. Using the ‘experiencing’ approach to the children’s environment, list three natural materials and three recycled materials that you could add to the indoor or outdoor environment and describe how the addition of the materials you have selected will support the child’s understanding and respect for the natural environment. Natural MaterialsHow the materials support respect for the natural environmentSeeds(plants)Helps children to understand the time and care it takes to build upsomething (grow plants-eat the product it gives). That nothingcomes easy and quickly.waterHelps children to understand the importance of water in our livesand in the environment. For example they could see what happensif they don’t water the plants in the garden-they will die. No water-no life. So it is essential to use water usefully and without wasting ittoo much.Recycled materialsHow the materials support respect for the natural environment

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