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For the purpose of this case study, assume that you are an early childhood educator at Sparkling Stars Childcare Centre

Psychology

For the purpose of this case study, assume that you are an early childhood educator at Sparkling Stars Childcare Centre.

 

It is school holidays, and the usual group of local children are attending care. One of the children, Erica Smith, is 10 years old and you have known her since she started attending the centre 5 years ago.

These holidays you have noticed that Erica is not her usual bubbly self. She has come to the centre a few times in the same dirty clothes she wore the day before. One day you heard her ask a friend for some food at lunchtime.

One day, when you took the group swimming, Erica did not have her swimming costume with her. When you asked her about it, she responded, "My Dad says I'm too fat to swim".

The next morning, when Erica arrived at the centre with her father, her eyes were red and puffy. You thought she looked like she had been crying. That same morning, you noticed what might have been some bruises on Erica's upper arms when she was playing in thehome corner.

Later that day, as you were preparing afternoon tea, Erica approached you shyly, speaking very quietly. You bend down to hear her better,and she says, "My Dad hurt me."

 

For the purpose of this assessment, this case study scenario is based on your state/territory.

The last scene in the scenario (when Erica goes to school with bruises) is dated 26 December of the current year.

 

 

 

1.      Record a short audio, in which you must demonstrate your response to Erica. Follow these instructions:

                            i.          Begin the audio recording with 'Erica' telling you "My Dad hurt me".

                           ii.           Respond to 'Erica' as if you were responding to an actual child at a childcare centre.

iii.  Ask open and non-leading questions that would help you identify in what way Erica was hurt.

                             vi.           Save the file as "Subject3-CaseStudy2." Use a file format that is compatible with most computers, such as .mp4.

                           v.           Submit the audio file to your assessor as part of your assessment.

                        vi.           There is no minimum time limit, but youraudio must not be more than three (3) minutes in length.

 

Note:

i. The tone of voice of in your response must be appropriate.

2. The dialogue must mention the environment or location where your conversation with Erica takes place.

3. Use a file format that is compatible with most computers, such as .mp3.

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