What Is A Working Together Agreement
The working together Agreement Package was developed by Early Childhood Intervention Australia (NSW/ACT) in collaboration with a working group made up of representatives from Early Childhood Education (EEC) and Early Early Childhood Intervention (ECEI) and the NSW government. In the situation described above, there are many “cooks,” a lack of coordination and limited communication to ensure that the focus is on clear results. Given what we know about interventions in the environment and through the people with whom young children spend the most time, there are many missed opportunities to learn for everyone. In order to meet these challenges and facilitate cooperation between educators, EDI and families, ECIA NSW/ACT developed the “Cooperation” package, in consultation with a working group of key stakeholders. Members of the working groups included representatives of the Ministry of Education, Department of Education, Childcare, ACECQA, Childcare Cooperative (now KNOWN as CELA), Early Childhood Australia (NSW), Children`s Services Association, NSW, Children`s Services, Children`s Services, Earlyed, First Chance, Prelude Hunter, Community Connections Solutions Australia and Family Advocacy. This package aims to bring together ECE staff and ECI practitioners with the family of a child with developmental delay or disability to determine how the team will work together in the early childhood environment. This meeting agenda model helps remote teams create a “working team agreement.” It is a living document that defines expectations and agreements on how a remote team will work together. Together, you develop basic guidelines for cooperation to avoid costly misunderstandings. Most of the specialist visitors came from different agencies, some of whom didn`t even know about the involvement of others. Two of these practitioners asked Zaib to remove Zaib from his nursery room to work separately with him.
A practitioner has worked in a very different way from our approach, with many extrinsic rewards. It never seemed like it was time to talk to all these visitors, and there were additional adults around us who worked with this child in different ways. We will do our best to ensure that our behaviour is not perceived as harassment by anyone. Harassment is any form of inappropriate behaviour, comment or physical contact that leads someone to feel offended, uncomfortable, threatened or harassed. We understand that this is how the other person experiences our behaviour and not what we mean by that, what harassment defines. Harassment includes comments made to someone else because of their gender, gender, sexuality, appearance, disability, age, religion, creed or ethnicity.