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Family & Consumer Sciences
FC00169
Behavior & Guidance of Young Children
90.00
Behavior and Guidance of Young Children is a course designed to assist students in gaining an understanding of direct and indirect guidance techniques to be used with young children. The course combines classroom instruction with lab experience and observation to develop competence in working with young children. The course will allow students the opportunity to experience firsthand what it is like to guide children's behavior through direct and indirect methods.
Holly Hanan
hhana@okcareertech.org
405-743-5470
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-Demonstrate understanding of direct and indirect guidance practices
-Demonstrate ability to work with young children through hands-on projects
-Discuss the importance of planning and preparing the environment for young children
-Examine the causes of stress and tension in children and caregivers
-List common reactions to stress
-Define guidelines for establishing classroom rules
-Discuss the importance of daily schedules and transitions for children
Formative assessments
Chapter/ Unit Tests
Observation/ Lab reports
Lesson plans
Oklahoma State Department of Human Services - Child Care Division

CECPD requirements
The Developing Child, McGraw-Hill
Children: The Early Years, Goodheart-Wilcox
Child Development: Early Stages Through Age 12,Goodheart-Wilcox
Master Teacher curriculum- CIMC
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Career Majors That Sequence This Course
Career Cluster Pathway Career Major
Human Services Early Childhood Development & Services Early Care and Education
Human Services Early Childhood Development & Services Early Care and Education Associate Teacher