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2010 July | NVQ CCLD Level 2 & Level 3 Answers

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K3D214 That children develop at widely different rates, but in broadly the same sequence.

Answer 1: It can be easy to get so caught up in learning new terms and theories that one loses sight of the big picture – the real point of all this hard work! Learning about human development should give you a deeper understanding of the many different pathways humans can take as they grow […]

K3D208 The difference between formative and summative assessment, the use of profiling and different forms of assessment used in your setting

Answer 1: The difference between formative and summative assessment is often an area of concern for law teachers. The essence of formative assessment is that undertaking the assessment constitutes a learning experience in its own right. Writing an essay or undertaking a class presentation, for example, can be valuable formative activities as a means of […]

K3D206 Techniques of observation that are appropriate for different purposes

Answer 1: Naturalistic These are so called because they are observations of children which are carried out in the child’s usual surroundings. The observation allows the child to carry out tasks which they would normally carry out without any structuring being attempted by you, the observer Structured This type of observation is the opposite of […]

303 K3D217 Development chart 0 – 16 years CCLD NVQ Level 3

K3D205 The importance of having high expectations of children, based on realistic expectations of what they can achieve

Answer 1: By continually having high expectations of what a child’s abilities are and by always encouraging them that they can do better will enhance their learning experience Added to this the child will build its confidence up and also give themselves personal targets to achieve and or overcome. But at the same time you […]

K3D203 The importance of involving children and families as partners in observation and assessment and testing out findings with colleagues, families and other agencies

Answer 1: By involving children in assessments gives them a sense of being involved in their learning experience rather than just being automat in what they are being instructed to do. Once they understand that what they are doing is being assessed it will then encourage them to do better and as such increase their […]

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