QIP Nudges

Self Regulation

By July 14, 2020 July 23rd, 2020 No Comments

Welcome to our weekly quality improvement support series for 2020.

“It’s our polite nudge in the ribs to help you and your team stay organised and on task.”

This week’s subject is: Self Regulation

Element 5.2.2: Self-regulation
Each child is supported to regulate their own behaviour, respond appropriately to the behaviour of others and communicate effectively to resolve conflicts.

Does your program support self-regulation?

Is it clearly evident that your program demonstrates how planned and spontaneous experiences support children to develop and practice the skills required to participate in group discussions and negotiate shared decision making with their peers

Consider using a ‘key’ to make this information very clear on the program. For example: ‘SDM’ (Shared Decision-Making) could indicate experiences where shared decision-making with peers will be modelled and supported by educators

When planning appropriate strategies to support the positive inclusion of children with additional needs, document the views, ideas and preference of families. Provide a ‘key’ on this documentation to show where the ideas have been incorporated into the planned program.

Regularly communicate with families to provide feedback to support the positive inclusion of their child and make adjustments where necessary.

Within System7 go to QA5 / Module 6 to document your current self-regulation routines and strategies. The Suggestions area also contains information on: children’s individual files, strategic inclusion planning, behaviour guidance, behaviour management plans, and visuals.

The Childcare Centre Desktop also has a Behaviour Management module which include overviews and strategies, report forms and management plan templates.

Resources, NQS Element, Regulation and System7 links

Childcare Centre Desktop – Behaviour Management
National Quality Standard – QA5 / Element: 5.2.2
System7 Module – QA5 / 6
National Regulation – 73 to 74 and Part 4.5 Relationships with children

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