EEC 2500 RU Program Caregiving Practices Providing Structured Environment Script

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Humanities

EEC 2500

Rasmussen University

EEC

Description

In this assignment, you will be developing a script for a tour that includes your dialogue as well as questions you would ask the family.

Select an age group for the tour (from below):

  • Young infants
  • Older infants
  • Young toddlers
  • Older toddlers

Part One – Script

  • Write a script about your program, addressing the following questions:
  • How is the program set up to support responsive caregiving practices?
  • How does responsive caregiving meet individual needs to support learning?
  • What is your role in implementing the approach?
  • Explain what the age range for your tour and staff to child ratio?
  • What additional information would you share to personalize the tour?

Part Two – Questions

  • Write five questions to ask parents about their child during the tour to collect information on the following:
  • Routine
  • Temperament
  • Child Preferences
  • Social and emotional needs and responses
  • Family Expectations
  • Explain how you would utilize these questions during the tour to collect information from families and connect information collected to how you implement a responsive approach.I would to choose toddlers

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Rubric for- EEC2500 M2 Script and Questionnaire for Tours Levels of Achievement Criteria Responsive Caregiving and Individual Needs (30 Total Pts) Program Details (10 Total Pts) Additional Information (10 Total Pts) Questions (15 Total Pts) Utilizing Questions (30 Total Pts) Emerging Limited or developing demonstration of criteria Description: Confusing or incomplete description of how the program supports responsive caregiving missing supporting examples of ways to meet individual needs. Competence Adequate or basic demonstration of criteria. Description: Basic description of how the program supports responsive caregiving with minimal supporting examples of ways to meet individual needs. Proficiency Clear or effective demonstration of criteria. Description: Accurate description of how the program supports responsive caregiving with supporting examples of ways to meet individual needs. Points: 17 Description: Confusing or incomplete description of program including age range, staff to child ratio, your role in responsive caregiving missing supporting examples of how approach is implemented. Points: 26 Description: Accurate description of program including age range, staff to child ratio, your role in responsive caregiving with supporting examples of how approach is implemented. Points: 5 Description: Confusing or incomplete illustration of program missing additional information and elements to personalize tour. Points: 5 Description: Confusing or incomplete questions developed that are not aligned to collect information about each criterion -child’s routine, temperament, preferences, social-emotional needs, responses, and family expectations. Points: 23 Description: Basic description of program including age range, staff to child ratio, your role in responsive caregiving with minimal supporting examples of how approach is implemented Points: 7 Description: Basic illustration of program with minimal additional information and elements to personalize tour. Points: 7 Description: Basic five questions developed that are missing alignment to collect information about one or more criteria - child’s routine, temperament, preferences, social-emotional needs, responses, and family expectations. Points: 8 Description: Confusing or incomplete explanation of how questions would be utilized during tour to Points: 11 Description: Basic explanation of how questions would be utilized during tour to collect Points: 8 Description: Accurate illustration of program with additional information and elements to personalize tour. Points: 8 Description: Accurate five questions developed that are missing alignment to collect information about one criterion -child’s routine, temperament, preferences, social-emotional needs, responses, and family expectations. Points: 13 Description: Accurate explanation of how questions would be utilized during tour to collect Mastery Advanced or exceeds demonstration of criteria. Description: Exemplary description of how the program supports responsive caregiving with comprehensive supporting examples of ways to meet individual needs. Points: 30 Description: Exemplary description of program including age range, staff to child ratio, your role in responsive caregiving with comprehensive supporting examples of how approach is implemented. Points: 10 Description: Exemplary illustration of program with comprehensive additional information and elements to personalize tour. Points: 10 Description: Exemplary five questions developed that are aligned to collect information about each criterion -child’s routine, temperament, preferences, social-emotional needs, responses, and family expectations. Points: 15 Description: Exemplary explanation of how questions would be utilized during tour to collect Script and Recording (5 Total Pts) collect information and missing details on how information would be used to implement responsive approach. Points: 17 Description: Confusing or incomplete organization of script, professional language used in recording, and missing use of developed questions in the tour. Points: 1 information and minimal details on how information would be used to implement responsive approach. Points: 23 Description: Basic organization of script, professional language used in recording, and minimal use of developed questions in the tour. Points: 3 information and details on how information would be used to implement responsive approach. Points: 26 Description: Accurate organization of script, professional language used in recording, and use of developed questions throughout the tour. Points: 4 information and comprehensive details on how information would be used to implement responsive approach. Points: 30 Description: Exemplary organization of script, professional language used in recording, and thorough use of developed questions throughout the tour. Points: 5
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Tour script outline


Part One
➢ How is the program set up to support responsive caregiving practices?
➢ How does responsive caregiving meet individual needs to support learning?
➢ What is your role in implementing the approach?
➢ Explain what the age range for your tour and staff to child ratio?
➢ What additional information would you share to personalize the tour?



Part Two
➢ Write five questions to ask parents about their child during the tour to collect
information on the following:
o Routine
o Temperament
o Child Preferences
o Social and emotional needs and responses
o Family Expectations
➢ How would you utilize these questions during the tour to collect information from
families and connect information collected to how you implement a responsive
approach?


1

Tour script

Student Name
Department of & Institutional Affiliation
Instructors Name
Course Number
Date

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Tour script

Write a script about your program, addressing the following questions:


How is the program set up to support responsive caregiving practices?

The program is set up to uphold responsive caregiving practices by providing structured
environ...


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