Core Program/Project Elements
Demonstrate clarity in describing, organising and presenting:
1. Scenario – a hypothetical or work-based scenario related to children’s health, wellbeing or physical education in an ECEC setting or primary school that leads to the design of a project or program for children within the 3-8 year age range;
2. Rationale – a statement of reasons and explanation for developing the project/program; effectively supported with reference to credible literature sources or research from the Australian and international early childhood and primary education field.
3. Pedagogies – including teaching, learning and assessment strategies;
4. Learning Outcomes – what children are expected to learn as a result of the project/program;
5. Evaluation – what will be evaluated and how will this be undertaken (methods).
1. In an Appendix provide a sample Lesson/Teaching plan demonstrating integration of physical education (PE), physical activity (PA) and/or movement components within the project/program;
2. Sample Web 2.0 educational artefact (Word Cloud or Blog).
Use of Sources
•Effectively integrate relevant readings, research literature and sources of information in the formulation of your project/program for children in the 3-8 year age range.
Mapping to Australian ECEC & Primary Education Curriculum & Regulatory Frameworks
Demonstrate meaningful connections (as applicable) to the Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF) and/or the National Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF); ACECQA National Quality Framework (NQF) and/or AusVELS, Australian Curriculum, Australian Professional Standards for Graduate Teachers (AITSL) in the formulation of project or program plan’s:
• learning outcomes;