Critically analyze a case study of a student in a Year Prep-6 setting. Provide an analysis of the child and discuss the implications for classroom practice, with reference to developmental theories, social and family context.
Recommend school and home-based parental care strategies to improve learning and school engagement.Unpacking the task Suggested structured for the Case Study. It is highly recommended to also use headings to assist in structuring your writing and for long assessment tasks. You may choose to vary the headings and order of information as this is just a recommended guideline. The word amounts for each paragraph are an approximate, therefore the total number of paragraphs will vary, depending on writing style.Case Study Introduction 100 words Paragraph 1.Include topic sentence that summarizes key points to be discussed throughout. Provide brief overview of Case study.Background Paragraph 2. 200-225 words each introduce case study and identify key characteristics relevant to primary setting.Part A Paragraph 3-8,200-225 words each Analyze the child in the case study using the developmental theories and providing an understanding of the social and family context and discuss the implications for the classroom and teacher practice in a primary setting.Part B 200-225 words each Paragraph 9-11 Recommendations for school and home to improve parent-school communication and to improve student learning and school engagement (for the student and the family). Conclusion 100 words Paragraph 12 Summarize all of key points discussed. What does all of this information mean. State how will it be relevant to teaching in a secondary setting.
An integrative literature review: what is the impact of an inpatient fall from the perspective of the patient and healthcare staff?
Integrative literature review using Whittier and Knack methodology. Quality appraisal done using JIB tools.
Thematic analysis also required. Original draft of proposal included in uploaded files, however some changes have been made but data extraction, synthesis and thematic analysis required.