complete the tasks outlined

THIRD-PARTY REPORT
The ASSESSOR’s Role as An Observer The assessor is to observe the candidate as they complete the tasks outlined in this Third-Party Report Form. To fulfil the role of the candidate’s observer, the assessor must: Before observing the candidate: Review and discuss the tasks and requirements listed under each task in this Third-Party Report Form. As the candidate is completing each task outlined in this form: Observe the candidate as they complete/demonstrate each task and each requirement outlined in this form. Take notes as you observe the candidate. You can use/refer to these notes when providing comments/feedback on the candidate’s performance. As the candidate completes each task in this form, they will: Record how they completed this task. Record important details relevant to their of this task, where required. The candidate will then submit their responses to you. Review the information they recorded on each task and provide your comments and feedback on the candidate’s performance in the Assessor’s comments/feedback section. In the Observed By section of each task: Sign your initials as confirmation you have observed the candidate and as confirmation that the information they recorded in this form is true and accurate. Provide the date and time when you observed the candidate. IMPORTANT: Do not sign off on the task if the information the candidate recorded is not true and factual, i.e. it contradicts what you have observed, and if there are missing details in their responses. In these instances, please let the candidate know immediately. After all tasks have been completed by the candidate: Complete and sign the Assessor Declaration section. The signature must be handwritten. Return the form to the candidate.
TO THE CANDIDATE The following outlines workplace tasks relevant to supporting the holistic development of children in early childhood while being observed by your assessor in the centre. Complete each task outlined in this Third-Party Report Form while being observed by your assessor. Your assessor will record important details from their observations in this form. TO THE ASSESSOR By signing in the Observed by sections of each task, you are testifying that you have sufficiently observed the candidate complete the task as recorded in this Third-Party Report Form. You are also confirming that they have completed the task in accordance with their work role and responsibilities, organisational policies and procedures, relevant legal and regulatory requirements, and industry standards.

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TASK 1 – Collaborate with family members and educators to collect information about two children’s needs, interests, skills and cultural practices. Each child’s family member and educator must provide at least one need, one interest, and one cultural practice.
CHILD AAge of child:
Educator (do not provide their real names):       Describe how you collaborated with the educator to collect information about the child
Identify the need of the child that your collaboration with the educator has revealed
Identify the interest of the child that your collaboration with the educator has revealed
Identify the skill of the child that your collaboration with the educator has revealed
Identify the cultural practice of the child that your collaboration with the educator has revealed
Family member (do not provide their real names):       Describe how you collaborated with the family member to collect information about the child.
Identify the need of the child that your collaboration with the family member has revealed
Identify the interest of the child that your collaboration with the family member has revealed
Identify the skill of the child that your collaboration with the family member has revealed
Identify the cultural practice of the child that your collaboration with the family member has revealed
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
CHILD BAge of child:
Educator (do not provide their real names):       Describe how you collaborated with the educator to collect information about the child
Identify the need of the child that your collaboration with the educator has revealed
Identify the interest of the child that your collaboration with the educator has revealed
Identify the skill of the child that your collaboration with the educator has revealed
Identify the cultural practice of the child that your collaboration with the educator has revealed
Family member (do not provide their real names):       Describe how you collaborated with the family member to collect information about the child.
Identify the need of the child that your collaboration with the family member has revealed
Identify the interest of the child that your collaboration with the family member has revealed
Identify the skill of the child that your collaboration with the family member has revealed
Identify the cultural practice of the child that your collaboration with the family member has revealed
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 2 – Ensure information collected through observation and secondary sources is discussed with two relevant people. Information collected through observation refer to observations made in Task 10 of Part B. Information collected through secondary sources refer to information collected through collaboration with family members and educators in Task 1 of Part C. Relevant people may refer to other educators, the family members of the child, your supervisor, etc.
First relevant person (do not provide their real names):       Describe how you discussed information collected through observation with the first relevant person
Describe how you discussed information collected through secondary sources with the first relevant person
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
Second relevant person (do not provide their real names):       Describe how you discussed information collected through observation with the second relevant person
Describe how you discussed information collected through secondary sources with the second relevant person
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 3 – Ensure information collected through observation and secondary sources is recorded accurately in accordance with service requirements. Information collected through observation refer to observations made in Task 10 of Part B. Information collected through secondary sources refer to information collected through collaboration with family members and educators in Task 1 of Part C. Service requirements refer to procedures in recording information.
Describe how you accurately recorded information collected through observation
Describe how you accurately recorded information collected through secondary sources
Describe how you recorded information collected through observation in accordance with service requirements
Describe how you recorded information collected through secondary sources in accordance with service requirements
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 4 – Support two children to: Develop positive relationships with another educator Develop positive relationships with another adult, e.g. another staff at the centre, etc.
CHILD AAge of child:
Educator (do not provide their real names):       Describe how you supported this child to develop positive relationships with another educator.
Adult (do not provide their real names):       Describe how you supported this child to develop positive relationships with another adult.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 5 – Support two children to experience pride and confidence in their achievements.
CHILD AAge of child:
Describe the child’s achievements.
Describe how you supported the child to take pride and have confidence in their achievements.
Describe how you supported the child to have confidence in their achievements.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
CHILD BAge of child:
Describe the child’s achievements.
Describe how you supported the child to take pride in their achievements.
Describe how you supported the child to take confidence in their achievements.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 6 – Provide acknowledgement and support to one child who is experiencing frustration.
Age of child:
Describe the context of this instance. E.g. Date, time, location, the activity, people you interacted with in this instance (do not provide their real names), why was the child experiencing frustration, etc.
Describe how you provided acknowledgement to the child.
Describe how you provided support to the child.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 7 – Support two children to see mistakes as opportunities for learning and growth.
CHILD AAge of child:
Describe the context of this instance, including the child’s mistakes in this instance. E.g. Date, time, location, the activity, people you interacted with in this instance (do not provide their real names), etc.
Describe how you supported this child to see mistakes as opportunities for learning and growth.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
CHILD BAge of child:
Describe the context of this instance, including the child’s mistakes in this instance. E.g. Date, time, location, the activity, people you interacted with in this instance (do not provide their real names), etc.
Describe how you supported this child to see mistakes as learning experiences.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 8 – Encourage two children to express and manage their feelings appropriately.
CHILD AAge of child:
Describe the context of this instance, including the child’s feelings during this instance. E.g. Date, time, location, the activity, people you interacted with in this instance (do not provide their real names), the child’s feelings during this instance, etc.
Describe how you encouraged the child to express their feelings appropriately.
Describe how you encouraged the child to manage their feelings appropriately.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
CHILD BAge of child:
Describe the context of this instance, including the child’s feelings during this instance. E.g. Date, time, location, the activity, people you interacted with in this instance (do not provide their real names), the child’s feelings during this instance, etc.
Describe how you encouraged the child to express their feelings appropriately.
Describe how you encouraged the child to manage their feelings appropriately.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 9 – Share the success of two children with their families.
CHILD AAge of child:
Describe the context of this instance, including the child’s success. E.g. Date, time, location, the activity, people you interacted with in this instance (do not provide their real names), the child’s feelings during this instance, etc.
Describe how you shared the child’s success with the family.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
CHILD BAge of child:
Describe the context of this instance, including the child’s success. E.g. Date, time, location, the activity, people you interacted with in this instance (do not provide their real names), the child’s feelings during this instance, etc.
Describe how you shared the child’s success with the family.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 10 – In two instances, intentionally scaffold children’s learning and development.
INSTANCE 1Activity:       Date:       Time:
Describe how you scaffolded this learning and development.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
INSTANCE 2Activity:       Date:       Time:
Describe how you scaffolded this learning.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 11 – Demonstrate value for one child’s linguistic background and: Encourage them to use their own language. Support them in learning their own language. How you will support them in learning their own language depends on the child’s age and developmental stage, however, must align with the guidance provided in the relevant learning frameworks (Belonging, Being, Becoming The Early Years Learning Framework).
INSTANCE 1Activity:       Date:       Time:
Describe the child’s linguistic background. E.g. Languages spoken at home, linguistic heritage, etc.
Describe how you encouraged the child to use their native language.
Describe how you supported the child in learning their own language.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 12 – For two children: Draw the child’s attention to symbols in the environment. Draw the child’s attention to patterns in the environment. Talk about patterns found in the environment. Talk about relationships within these patterns found in the environment.
CHILD AAge of child:
Describe how you drew the child’s attention to symbols in the environment. Include in your response the symbols you drew the child’s attention to.
Describe how you drew the child’s attention to patterns in the environment. Include in your response the patterns you drew the child’s attention to.
Describe how you talked about the patterns found in the environment.
Describe how talked about the relationships within the patterns found in the environment.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
CHILD BAge of child:
Describe how drew the child’s attention to symbols in the environment. Include in your response the symbols you drew the child’s attention to.
Describe how drew the child’s attention to patterns in the environment. Include in your response the patterns you drew the child’s attention to.
Describe how talked about the patterns found in the environment.
Describe how talked about the relationships within the patterns found in the environment.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 13 – Talk about the relationship between sounds and letters with two children.
CHILD AAge of child:
Identify the letter(s) you talked about with the child in this instance.
Describe how you talked about the relationship between the sounds and letters with the child in this instance.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
CHILD BAge of child:
Identify the letter(s) you talked about with the child in this instance.
Describe how you talked about the relationship between the sounds and letters with the child in this instance.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 14 – In two separate instances, support and initiate inquiry processes with children (collectively).
INSTANCE 1Activity:       Date:       Time:
Describe how you initiated inquiry processes during this instance.
Describe how you supported inquiry processes during this instance.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
INSTANCE 2Activity:       Date:       Time:
Describe how you initiated inquiry processes during this instance.
Describe how you supported inquiry processes during this instance.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 15 – In two separate instances, try new ideas and take on challenges with children (collectively).
INSTANCE 1Activity:       Date:       Time:
Describe how you tried new ideas with children in this instance.
Describe how you took on new challenges with children in this instance.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
INSTANCE 2Activity:       Date:       Time:
Describe how you tried new ideas with children in this instance.
Describe how you took on new challenges with children in this instance.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 16 – Assist in promoting sense of belonging and connectedness of two children.
CHILD AAge of child:
Describe how you assisted to promote the child’s sense of belonging.
Describe how you assisted to promote the child’s sense of connectedness.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
CHILD BAge of child:
Describe how you assisted to promote the child’s sense of belonging.
Describe how you assisted to promote the child’s sense of connectedness.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 17 – Support three families to contribute to children’s learning and development.
FAMILY A
Describe the family’s contribution to children’s learning and development.
Describe how you supported this family to contribute to children’s’ learning and development.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
FAMILY B
Describe the family’s contribution to children’s learning and development.
Describe how you supported this family to contribute to children’s’ learning and development.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
FAMILY C
Describe the family’s contribution to children’s learning and development.
Describe how you supported this family to contribute to children’s’ learning and development.
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
TASK 18 – Share with two colleagues information about a child’s development and wellbeing.
COLLEAGUE A
What information did you share with this colleague about the child’s development?
What information did you share with this colleague about the child’s wellbeing?
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
COLLEAGUE B
What information did you share with this colleague about the child’s development?
What information did you share with this colleague about the child’s wellbeing?
Assessor’s comments/feedback.Observed by: Assessor’s initials:       Date observed:       Time observed:
CANDIDATE DECLARATION By signing this declaration, I confirm that I have completed the tasks outlined in this Third-Party Report Form according to the descriptions I have provided above. I further confirm that the information above is true and accurate.
Candidate name:Candidate’s name
Date signed:
ASSESSOR DECLARATION By signing this declaration, I confirm that I have sufficiently observed the candidate, whose name appears above, complete the tasks outlined in this Third-Party Report Form according to the descriptions they have provided above. I further confirm that the information above is true and accurate.
Assessor’s name:Assessor’s signature
Date signed:

End of Third-Party Report Form

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