Formative assessments.
Activity 1
Give an example of an environmental, social and economic sustainability strategy; write a brief explanation on how it could address sustainability.

Activity 2
Choose a situation in an organisation that you think warrants change and describe what you would do to ensure sustainability. (100words)

Activity 3
List three ways in which the management of each of the following, waste, energy and toxins, will help support nature. If necessary conduct your own research.

Activity 4
What are 10 components of sustainability strategies?
Choose a situation in an organisation that you think warrants change and describe how you would include children in the development and implementation of sustainability strategies. (100-150 words)

Activity 5
Choose an activity that children could participate that utilises three natural or recycled resources. Activities could focus on one that implicates parents, a particular cognitive ability, or preparing the learning environment. (100-150 words)
Where would you find information about the environment? List what you might find in a resource kit (commonly used in sustainability programs). (75-100 words)

Activity 6
Think about how you could introduce an infant, toddler, preschooler and a school aged child to the natural world and outdoor space. Design a strategy that could be implemented and utilised for each child and highlight what you would need to do differently in the case where the child had special needs. (100-200 words)

Activity 7
What should be considered when creating a garden space for children? (75-100 words)
What can children learn from being part of a gardening project? (75-100 words)
What should be considered when disposing of waste? (75-100 words)

Activity 8
What are ethics? (80 words)
How do ethics relate to sustainability in the education and care services? (75-100 words)
What are the Three Es of sustainability?
Write a short report (150 words) on how ethical dilemmas for waste disposal affect education and care services.

Activity 9
Choose two experiences with the potential to provide insight into how either a child or an adult could participate in sustainable practice.

Activity 10
What is the difference between a policy, procedure, and code of practice? (100-150 words)
How can policies and procedures reflect sustainability? (100-150 words)

Activity 11
Describe how you can monitor the need for change to a service’s philosophies, policies, or procedures. (100-150 words)
What consultation strategies can be used to involve stakeholders in change to a service’s sustainability culture? List four strategies.

Summative assessment 1

Question 1
How can you identify sustainable practices and opportunities for change? (100-150 words)
Question 2
How could you model sustainable practice? (100-150 words)
Question 3

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