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SIRXMGT003A XXXXXXXXXXLead and Manage People
CHCECE024
Design And Implement The
Curriculum To Foster Children's
Learning And Development
Participant Assessment
Booklet
CHCECE024 - Participant Assessment Booklet
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Why Have Assessment?
Assessment activities are an important part of any training program. They provide participants the opportunity to
confirm their knowledge via written responses, by presenting information gathered from the workplace and by
demonstrating their practical skills to their Assessor. They also provide valuable feedback that participants can
discuss further with their trainer.
How are assessments conducted?
Each module/cluster uses a variety of tools to assess participants. These may include any or all of the following:
• Written/Verbal Questions
• Observation/Demonstration
• Scenario/role Play
• Project
• Portfolio
• Supervisor Interview
Please read the following section of this assessment booklet carefully before commencing the assessment tasks.

The following table displays the elements and performance criteria that participants need to be able to
satisfactorily demonstrate in order to be deemed competent for the unit:
CHCECE024 - Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's learning and
development
Element Performance Criteria
1. Develop appropriate
settings and
environments
1.1 Evaluate and modify the learning environment and materials to
support all aspects of children’s learning, and promote opportunities for
sustained shared thinking and collaborative learning
1.2 Assess and modify the learning environment and materials to ensure
that families and the community are respected
1.3 Implement learning environment modifications
1.4 Promote an appreciation of the natural environment
You must satisfactorily complete all of the assessments included in this booklet in order to be deemed
Competent for this unit. Please speak to your trainer if you feel you are unable to complete the following
assessment and an alternative may be arranged for you.
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2. Design and implement
curriculum in consultation
with others
2.1 Consult with children and families to assist in reflecting on the current
curriculum and learning environments and identify current strengths and
goals
2.2 Design and implement curriculum that reflect the philosophy of the
service
3. Design learning
experiences to foster
children’s learning and
development
3.1 Collect data on each child
3.2 Analyse data collected to identify each child’s interests, strengths and
goals in conjunction with the approved learning framework
3.3 Clarify specific objectives, learning environment, role of the educator
and assessment/evaluation methods and evidence using the approved
framework’s learning outcomes, principles and practices
3.4 Design learning experiences to foster holistic learning and to provide
continuity of learning and transitions
3.5 Plan for ways to monitor and assess children’s learning, consistent with
the principles and practices of the approved framework, ensuring that
both planned and unplanned experiences are considered for assessment
4. Implement learning
experiences to foster
children’s learning and
development
4.1 Ensure that required materials are identified and available at time of
implementation
4.2 Set up the physical learning environment
4.3 Co-construct meaning with children and ensure there are sustained
interactions
4.4 Model and promote enabling learning dispositions
4.5 Monitor and reflect on children’s learning and own pedagogical
practices and continuously refine
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This assessment reflects the NQS area; QA 1.& QA 3
The evidence you submit will be assessed and you will be given written and verbal feedback. Each individual
assessment task will be marked as either Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory. A mark of Competent or Not Yet Competent
will be given for the whole unit of competency. If you are assessed as Not Yet Competent, you will be given some
suggestions for improvement and asked to resubmit your material and/or redo your assessment.
What is involved in the assessment process?
There are four (4) assessment items within this booklet. You must complete a minimum of three (3) assessment items
in order to be deemed competent for the unit. Each assessment item will have detailed instructions on how to
complete it successfully. Your Trainer will indicate to you the assessment items that need to be completed.
The Four (4) assessments are as follows:
Part A: Written/Verbal Questions
Part B: Case Study
Part C: Workplace Observation
Part D: Supervisor’s Interview Report
Once completed, the ACCCO Assessor may wish to discuss your answers with you. You may be required to
undertake further assessment if the assessor considers more evidence is required to prove your competence.
When completed, you should hand your Participant Assessment Booklet to your assessor at the next session or
you may email/post it to:
5. Assess and evaluate
planned and unplanned
teaching and learning
5.1 Use or establish opportunities to gather feedback from families and
children
5.2 Collect data using a range of methods in order to assess and evaluate
teaching and learning, both planned and unplanned, using approved
frameworks
5.3 Ensure assessment and evaluation of the curriculum and learning
experiences are regular and in accordance with service guidelines
5.4 Use assessment and evaluation to influence the design of future
curriculum and learning experiences
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Access and Equity
Reasonable adjustments can be made to ensure equity in assessment for people with disabilities or other needs.
Adjustments include any changes to the assessment process or context that meet the individual needs of a person
but do not change competency outcomes. If you believe that you have not been given appropriate access or
treatment contact the ACCCO Training Manager. If you would like to discuss adjustments or individual
requirements contact your Trainer and/or Assessor.
What happens if you don’t agree with the assessment result?
If you do not think the assessment process is valid, or disagree with the decision once it is made, or believe that
you have been treated unfairly, you can lodge an appeal.
The first step is to discuss the matter with the Assessor who marked your assessment. If you still do not agree with
the assessment, you may request a re-assessment. You may also request that a different assessor assess your
evidence. If you remain dissatisfied after the re-assessment, you should contact the Training Manager at ACCCO.
( Full details of the Appeals process are contained in your Participant Handbook).
Need any extra help?
If you need help at any time, please contact our head office where one of our friendly staff will be able to help:
ACCCO
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ASSESSMENT SUMMARY CHCECE024 - Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's
learning and development
Participant Name:
Assessor Name:
Qualification: CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
Unit of competency: CHCECE024 - Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's learning and
development
Venue: Date: Time:
Resources
Required: Specific resources required are included in the instructions table at the beginning of each of the tasks.
Instructions for
participant:
To be deemed competent in this unit you are required to complete Part A and Part B and either Part C
and/or Part D of this assessment booklet as guided by your assessor.
• Part A - requires a written answer to each question. Submit to your Assessor on the date specified.
• Part B - is a case study that requires written responses that should be entered in the spaces
provided within the Participant Assessment Booklet?
• Part C - is a Workplace Observation Checklist requiring a demonstration that shows that you
have the skills, knowledge and understanding to do a job task whilst in the workplace. Your
assessor may organise a simulated environment to contact this assessment.
• Part D - is a Supervisor checklist that your Assessor will work through with your workplace
Supervisor. Your assessor may determine that additional training may be required depending on
the responses of your supervisor.
If at any point you have a question please feel free to contact your Trainer and Assessor.
If you are not satisfied with the outcome or the assessment process you have undertaken you may appeal
your results. Details of the appeals process are contained in your Participant Handbook.
In submitting your work and signing the cover sheet you also affirm that all responses and information
provided is your own work.
Methods of Assessment (tick if completed)
This assessment involves a range of activities that covers the knowledge, attitude, skills as well as employability skills and critical aspects,
required to undertake tasks in a Children's Services and/or School environment.
 Written/Verbal Questions  Case Study  Workplace Observation  Supervisor’s Interview
Assessment Task (Assessor to complete) Satisfactory Not Satisfactory
Part A – Written/Verbal Questions  
Part B – Case Study  
Part C – Observation Checklist  
Part D – Supervisor’s Interview  
Overall Assessment Result:  Competent  NYC
Note to Assessor: The above judgement of C/NYC is made after all assessment for this unit has taken place. For the student to be deemed
competent in the unit the student must be deemed satisfactory in a minimum of three (3) assessment tasks.
Feedback to Participant:
Feedback from Participant:
Participant Signature: Date:
Assessor Signature: Date:
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Part A
Written/oral questions (SHORT ANSWER)
Instructions for the participant:
• Each of the following questions have been designed to obtain your knowledge in relation to the relevant
Performance Criteria as listed in this Assessment booklet (pg. 2-3) and within the Participant Resource for
this unit (pg. 4).
• You are required to answer all questions in this Participant Assessment Booklet unless otherwise
instructed by your assessor.
• Your responses will be used as part of the overall evidence requirements of the unit.
• If a question asks for a specific number of responses, you must provide all the required responses.
• Your responses should aim to demonstrate that you have acquired the knowledge and skills required to
be deemed competent in this unit.
• You may refer to the Participant resource for this unit for further information.
• Your assessor will collect the Participant Assessment Booklet from you for marking and will provide you
with feedback on your assessment either via email, phone or in person at your next training session.
Resources required for this task:
• This Participant Assessment Booklet
• Participant Learning Resource CHCECE024 – (Design and implement the curriculum to foster
children's learning and development)
Additional Information:
Question 1
What do you consider when evaluating and modifying the learning environment and materials to support
children’s learning?
Question 2.
How does the environment promote opportunity for shared thinking and collaborative learning?
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Question 3.
What do you consider to ensure respect for families and community when assessing and modifying the learning
environment?
Question 4.
How do you implement change to the learning environment?
Question 5.
How do you promote an appreciation of the natural environment?
Question 6.
What consultation mechanisms do you adopt with children and families to assist in reflecting on current
curriculum and learning environment?
Question 7.
How do you identify current strengths and goals?
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Question 8.
How will you design and implement a curriculum to reflect the philosophy of the service?
Question 9.
What will you consider when designing learning experiences that foster holistic and continuity of learning and
transitions?
Question 10.
In what way do you monitor and assess children’s learning that is consistent with the principles and practices of the
learning framework?
Question 11.
How do you ensure that required materials are identified and available at the time of implementing experiences?
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Question 12.
What do you consider when setting up the physical environment?
Question 13.
How do you monitor and reflect on children’s learning and your own pedagogical practices?
Question 14.
In what ways will you gather feedback from families and children?
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Task B – Case Study
Unit Code: CHCECE024
Unit Name:
Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's learning and
development
Instructions to Participant: The aim of this assessment is to get participants to think about how they would
implement the knowledge and skills they have developed in a real world situation.
Read the following scenario carefully and answer the questions that follow in the
spaces provided. All questions should be attempted.
This assessment item may be completed in a group with group discussion and your
assessor may also offer verbal questioning as an alternative where required.
Please also refer to your student resource for the unit and should you require any
further assistance please contact your trainer and assessor.
Resources required for this task: This Participant Assessment Booklet
Scenario/Project
You are the educator responsible for designing and implementing the curriculum to foster children’s learning and
development. You understand the importance for the ongoing process of as part of your role and you are at the
stage of undergoing a complete review of what is happening in your area/age group of responsibility. Using this
cycle of process outlined below, and using the ACECQA – National Quality Framework Resource Kit, describe how
you are going assess your current practice and/or considerations identified as part of the process within the service,
against the National Quality Standards. You need to identify which Quality Area each item of the process relates to.
1. Developing appropriate settings and environments for learning and development
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2. Designing and implementing curriculum
3. Designing and implementing learning experiences to foster children’s learning and development
4. Assessing and evaluating planned and unplanned teaching and learning
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Part C
Observation Checklist
Name of Candidate:
Name of Assessor:
Date of Assessment:
Assessment location:
Unit of Competency: CHCECE024 - Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's learning and development
Activity/procedure being performed:
Instructions to assessors:
Observe each of the steps below when the candidate is demonstrating this skill and tick the appropriate box
indicating that they have completed the step. If the candidate misses a step then the assessor is to explain the
step missed and the candidate repeats that part of the skill. The assessor can make comments as appropriate.
Refer to the Assessor Marking Guide for guidelines on gathering evidence and a list of key points for each activity
observed.
ELEMENTS: Elements describe the essential outcomes of a unit of competency.
PERFORMANCE
CRITERIA:
Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the
element.
Where bold italicized text is used, further information is detailed in the required skills and
knowledge section and the range statement. Assessment of performance is to be consistent with
the evidence guide.
Demonstration of skills CHCECE024 - Design and implement the curriculum to foster children's learning and
development
1. Develop appropriate settings and environments
1.1 Evaluate and modify the learning environment and
materials to support all aspects of children’s learning, and
promote opportunities for sustained shared thinking and
collaborative learning
Y N Assessor Comments
Student demonstrates an ability to evaluate and modify the
learning environment and materials to support all aspects of
children’s learning and promote opportunities for sustained
shared thinking and collaborative learning
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1.2 Assess and modify the learning environment and
materials to ensure that families and the community are
respected
Y N Assessor Comments
Student understand the process for assessing and modifying
the learning environment and materials to ensure that
families and the community are respected
1.3 Implement learning environment modifications Y N Assessor Comments
Student demonstrates an ability to implement learning
environment modifications as required
1.4 Promote an appreciation of the natural environment Y N Assessor Comments
Student promotes an appreciation of the natural
environment
2. Design and implement curriculum in consultation with others
2.1 Consult with children and families to assist in reflecting
on the current curriculum and learning environments and
identify current strengths and goals
Y N Assessor Comments
Student demonstrates an ability to consult with children and
families to assist in reflecting on the current curriculum and
learning environments and identify current strengths and
goals
2.2 Design and implement curriculum that reflect the
philosophy of the service Y N Assessor Comments
Student understands the necessity to reflect the philosophy
of the service when designing and implementing the
curriculum
3. Design learning experiences to foster children’s learning and development
3.1 Collect data on each child Y N Assessor Comments
Student uses appropriate methods for collecting data on
each child
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3.2 Analyse data collected to identify each child’s interests,
strengths and goals in conjunction with the approved
learning framework
Y N Assessor Comments
Student demonstrates an ability to analyse data collected to
identify child’s interests, strengths and goals in conjunction
with the approved framework
3.3 Clarify specific objectives, learning environment, role of
the educator and assessment/evaluation methods and
evidence using the approved framework’s learning
outcomes, principles and practices
Y N Assessor Comments
Student demonstrates an understanding of clarifying
specific objectives, learning environment, role of the
educator and assessment/evaluation methods using the
approved framework’s learning outcomes, principles and
practices
3.4 Design learning experiences to foster holistic learning
and to provide continuity of learning and transitions Y N Assessor Comments
Student demonstrates an ability to design experiences to
foster holistic learning and to provide continuity of learning
and transitions
3.5 Plan for ways to monitor and assess children’s learning,
consistent with the principles and practices of the approved
framework, ensuring that both planned and unplanned
experiences are considered for assessment
Y N Assessor Comments
Student plans ways to monitor and assess children’s
learning, consistent with principles and practices of the
approved framework – ensuring both planned and
unplanned experiences are assessed
4. Implement learning experiences to foster children’s learning and development
4.1 Ensure that required materials are identified and
available at time of implementation Y N Assessor Comments
Student ensures that required materials are identified and
available at time of implementation
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4.2 Set up the physical learning environment Y N Assessor Comments
Student demonstrates an ability to set up the physical
learning environment
4.3 Co-construct meaning with children and ensure there
are sustained interactions Y N Assessor Comments
Student demonstrates an understanding of how to co-
construct meaning with children and ensure there are
sustained interactions
4.4 Model and promote enabling learning dispositions Y N Assessor Comments
Student demonstrates an understanding of enabling
learning dispositions
4.5 Monitor and reflect on children’s learning and own
pedagogical practices and continuously refine Y N Assessor Comments
Student demonstrates an ability to monitor and reflect on
children’s learning and own pedagogical practices and
continuously refine
5. Assess and evaluate planned and unplanned teaching and learning
5.1 Use or establish opportunities to gather feedback from
families and children Y N Assessor Comments
Student uses and/or has established opportunities to
gather feedback from families and children
5.2 Collect data using a range of methods in order to assess
and evaluate teaching and learning, both planned and
unplanned, using approved frameworks
Y N Assessor Comments
Student uses a range of methods to collect data in order to
assess and evaluate teaching and learning, both planned
and unplanned, using approved frameworks
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5.3 Ensure assessment and evaluation of the curriculum
and learning experiences are regular and in accordance
with service guidelines
Y N Assessor Comments
Student ensures assessment and evaluation of the
curriculum and learning experiences are regular and in
accordance with service guidelines
5.4 Use assessment and evaluation to influence the design
of future curriculum and learning experiences Y N Assessor Comments
Student uses assessment and evaluation to influence the
design of future curriculum and learning experiences
Feedback to candidate
This signature confirms candidate agreement that the above record is a true reflection of their skills.
Candidate signature: Date:
This signature confirms that the candidate has demonstrated competence through the actions they have performed.
Assessor signature: Date:
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Part D - Supervisor checklist
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Instructions for the Supervisor
• The Supervisor Checklist is designed to assess how well the participant implements the skills, knowledge, and
behaviour that has been developed throughout a structured training program or throughout the participant’s career.
• It is to be carried out in the workplace under normal working conditions over a period of time.
• Participants are required to perform each of the tasks described below to the appropriate standards.
• Should the participant be unable to perform the below tasks in your current work environment your assessor may
organise a simulated environment for you to complete the tasks
• Should you require any additional assistance in completing the tasks please inform the Trainer and Assessor
Resources Required to complete this assessment task
• This Participant Assessment Booklet.
During the demonstration or observation of skills, did the
participant demonstrate the following? Yes No Notes
1 Evaluate and modify the learning environment and materials
2 Promotes an appreciation of the natural environment
3 Promotes opportunities for sustained shared thinking
and collaborative learning
4 Consults with children and families to assist in reflecting on the
current curriculum
5 Design and implement curriculum that reflects the philosophy
of the service
6 Collects data on each child
7 Analyses data to identify each child’s interests, strengths and goals
in conjunction with approved learning framework
8 Designs learning experiences to foster holistic learning
9 Set up the physical learning environment
10 Plan for ways to monitor and assess children’s learning, consistent
with principles and practices of the approved framework
11 Uses opportunities to gather feedback from families and children
12 Monitor and reflect on children’s learning and own pedagogical
practices
13 Ensure assessment and evaluation of the curriculum are regular
14 Uses assessment and evaluation to influence the design of
future curriculum and learning experiences
Assessment Outcome
(Please Circle either satisfactory or not yet satisfactory)
S
(Satisfactory)
NYS
(Not Yet Satisfactory)
Participant Name: Signature: Date:
Supervisor Name: Signature: Date:
Assessor Name: Signature: Date:
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Participant Name:
Participant Signature: Date:
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Declaration of Authenticity
I understand this information will be used to assess my competence against the competency standards that relate to
the training course. I understand that it will be the basis for the decision to award me a nationally recognised
qualification.
All the evidence contained in the assessment tasks is my own work, or partly my own work. Where the evidence
is only partly my work I have clearly indicated which part is my work and which is the work of someone else. I
have written only what is true.
I am aware that I have the right to appeal either the process or the outcome of this assessement, as set out
in this Participant Assessment Booklet.
The completed assessment tasks within this Participant Assessment Booklet are my own works completed as
the learner, as detailed on this page.
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What is involved in the assessment process?
There are four (4) assessment items within this booklet. You must complete a minimum of three (3) assessment items in order to be deemed competent for the unit. Each assessment item will have detailed instructions on how to complete it successfully. ...
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NotesDesign and implement curriculum that reflects the philosophy of the service:
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NotesAnalyses data to identify each childs interests strengths and goals in conjunction with approved learning framework:
NotesDesigns learning experiences to foster holistic learning:
NotesSet up the physical learning environment:
NotesPlan for ways to monitor and assess childrens learning consistent with principles and practices of the approved framework:
NotesUses opportunities to gather feedback from families and children:
NotesMonitor and reflect on childrens learning and own pedagogical practices:
NotesEnsure assessment and evaluation of the curriculum are regular:
NotesUses assessment and evaluation to influence the design of future curriculum and learning experiences:
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