Catering for individual needs in infants & toddlers
Moffat, T.; Laureta, B.; Rana, Lata
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Citation:Moffat, T., Laureta, B. & Rana, L. (2014, August). Catering for individual needs in infants & toddlers. Paper presented at the YEAH BABY Conference, University of Auckland Epsom Campus.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/4429
* As teachers we are obliged to abide by the code of ethics and do what is right for each child and their families * This is further strengthened by the Regulations 2008 which states that the curriculum should: Respect and acknowledges the aspirations of parents, family and whānau and make all reasonable efforts to ensure that the service provider collaborates with parents and where appropriate, the family or whānau of the enrolled children in relation to the learning and development and decision making about those children (Article 43, a, iv & b) *The question is: are we doing our part in undertaking what's right for each infant and toddler in our care? Te Whāriki The challenge Diversity in infants and toddlers Where to start? Building positive relationships Factors influencing individual learner differences Ways of catering for individual needs In sixty seconds ... Strategies for creating inclusive environments for infants and toddlers What comes to your mind when you see the two images? [Equality - Equity] Is every infant or toddler included in the learning programme? Some of the things to consider in catering for individual needs Creating enabling environments The market model of ECE as a barrier Conclusion: Catering for individual needs with infants & toddlers Reference list