Evaluate how theoretical perspectives and philosophical approaches to play support own practice

Qualification: Level 3 Diploma for the Early Years Educator
Unit: Unit 3.3: Apply theoretical perspectives and philosophical approaches to play
Learning outcome: 5 Be able to review how theoretical perspectives and philosophical approaches to play contribute to own practice
Assessment criteria: 5.1 Evaluate how theoretical perspectives and philosophical approaches to play support own practice

  • Some things you may wish to consider when reviewing how theoretical perspectives and philosophical approaches to play support your own practice include:
    • Were the children motivated to participate in the activity?
    • Was the activity appropriate for the child’s age and stage of development?
    • Was the activity in line with the child’s interests?
    • Did the child find the activitytoo easy or too challenging?
    • Were all children provided with opportunities to participate?
    • Did the child learn new skills or gain new knowledge?
    • Did the child interact and communicate during the activity?

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