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Cameron is a bright and happy two-and-a-half-year-old child who has recently moved from the babies' room up to the toddlers' room

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Cameron is a bright and happy two-and-a-half-year-old child who has recently moved from the babies' room up to the toddlers' room. When he first came into your room, he spent a lot of time exploring each of the different play areas, manipulating the materials and trying out all the equipment. You noticed that he would use very descriptive self-talk during this time.

Lately he always seems to be busy, never sitting still for more than a few minutes, and his behaviour has become quite challenging. When he is in the book corner, he throws the books around, and has even torn the pages on some of them. When you remind him about the limits, he gets upset and goes and sits by himself in another quiet corner of the room.

One afternoon, when all the children are together in the kindy room, you notice Cameron sitting on a beanbag looking at a book about dinosaurs with an older child. You are surprised to hear Cameron clearly identify all the dinosaurs in the book and explain to the older child what each dinosaur eats, how big it is and how dinosaurs became extinct. Interestingly he is being very careful with the book, turning each page gently, and pointing to the correct text as he identifies the name of each dinosaur.

You are intrigued by the difference in Cameron's behaviour between the two rooms and say to him "Cameron I love the way you are being so gentle with the books." He smiles at you and replies "I have this book at my house. I show you which dinosaurs I have at my house." 

 

My question is: 

1. Explain why you think Cameron's behaviour was different in the toddler's room and kindy room.

2. How could you get a better understanding of Cameron's behaviour?

3.Identify two factors that may impact on the inclusion of Cameron and his family in the toddlers' room.

4. Explain three examples of what might be required of the educators to support Cameron's inclusion at the service

5. explain why and how educators could use critical reflection to enhance their own inclusive practice

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