Course Measurable Objectives:
- Write objectives for developmentally appropriate curriculum.
- Utilize performance evaluations to increase their expertise as an early childhood educator.
- Assess quality indicators in early childhood development programs utilizing appropriate tools.
- Identify roles in team teaching.
- Describe conflict and stress management techniques for self and staff.
- Identify needs of children and families in the community served by the children's program.
- Identify the components of an effective parent conference/parent meeting.
- Describe the characteristics of a competent early childhood educator and a professional growth sequence.
- Utilize developmentally appropriate curriculum and guidance practices.
- Explain the process of advocacy for children and families.
- Develop a professional portfolio and outline strategies for finding and keeping a job.
Course Level Student Learning Outcomes:
Students completing CHLD 69 - Early Childhood Development Field Work Seminar will be able to:
- assess quality indicators in early childhood development programs utilizing appropriate tools.
- outline strategies for personal marketability and continuing professional development.
- develop strategies to inform and involve families in their children's learning and development.
- apply a variety of effective approaches, strategies and techniques supporting positive relationships with children and adults.
- critically assess one's own teaching experiences to guide and inform practice.
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