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Family & Consumer Sciences
FC00073
Child Development Associate II
190.00
Students will create appropriate activities for specific developmental areas. Students will also learn how to develop daily and weekly schedules, as well as practice responding to scenarios involving children and parents. Students will learn how to select books based on criteria and develop competency goals. Students will learn a variety of classroom management techniques and discipline procedures. Students will complete a work-based learning experience to help broaden their educational experiences.
Holly Hanan
hhana@okcareertech.org
405-743-5466
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Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
-Observe children for examples of types of development.
-Observe children in types of play.
-Develop physical activities.
-Develop intellectual/cognitive activities.
-Develop social activities.
-Develop emotional activities.
-Develop self-concept activities.
-Develop creative activities.
-Present developmentally-appropriate activities to individual children and small groups.
-Develop a daily time schedule.
-Develop a weekly schedule following a theme.
-Develop plans for five outdoor activities.
-Plan five safety- and five health-related activities for a group of children.
-Develop plans for five activities that promote a positive self-concept following a theme.
-Develop plans for five activities that use technology following a theme.
-Respond to scenarios involving formal parent conferences.
-Determine ways to use community resources in teaching.
-Compile a volunteers' resource file.
-Write an observation/assessment.
-Respond to issues involving confidentiality when given scenarios.
-Observe the recording of medication administration.
-Document an accident.
-Profile a personal role model.
-Assess personal readiness for master teacher responsibilities.
-Develop a profile of the job outlook in early education careers, including educational requirements in a career ladder.
-Respond to scenarios involving wellness management.
-Respond to scenarios involving Codes of Ethics.
-Prepare a personal development plan from a self-evaluation.
-Develop Competency Goal I to include goals and activities used to demonstrate competence within the functional areas of Safe, Healthy, and Learning Environment.
- Develop Competency Goal II to include goals and activities used to demonstrate competence within the functional areas of Physical, Cognitive, Communication, and Creative.
-Develop Competency Goal III to include goals and activities used to demonstrate competence within the functional areas of Self, Social, and Guidance.
-Develop Competency Goal IV to include goals and activities used to demonstrate competence within the functional area of Families
-Develop Competency Goal V to include goals and activities used to demonstrate competence within the functional area of Program Management.
-Develop Competency Goal VI to include goals and activities used to demonstrate competence within the functional area of Professionalism.
-Develop an autobiographical statement.
-Provide a summary of the legal requirements of the state regarding child abuse and neglect, and the program's policy regarding responsibility to report child abuse and neglect.
-Develop a weekly plan that includes goals for a child's learning and development
-Describe and plan learning experiences and accommodations for children with special needs.
-Select four songs, finger plays, word games, or poems that promote phonological awareness and describe strategies to promote phonological awareness among children with a home language that is non-English.
-Describe learning experiences that promote physical, cognitive, and creative development.
-Provide titles, authors, publishers, and copyright dates and summary of ten age appropriate children's books using specific criteria.
-Identify resources to use with children that have challenging behavior.
-Identify resources, materials, and translation services for families that have non-English speaking homes.
-Identify classroom management techniques.
-Identify computer drives.
-Identify classroom discipline techniques.
-Identify classroom procedures that the paraprofessional may assist.
-Identify reasonable and logical consequences.
-Identify the steps for teaching a procedure.
-Attend work regularly.
-Notify the job site supervisor if unable to attend work.
-Follow directions of the job site supervisor.
-Work well without supervision.
-Work cooperatively with others at the job site.
-Follow all safety regulations at the job site.
-Dress appropriately for the job site.
-Use time wisely.
-Use feedback from the job site supervisor for growth.
-Demonstrate quality work performance on the job.
-Daily grades
-Written exams
-Hands-on performance evaluations
-Projects
-The Child Development Associate Assessment System and Competency Standards
-Oklahoma State Department of Human Services; Child Care Division
-National FACSE Standards
-Oklahoma State Department of Education
-Early Care & Education: CDA Pathways-CIMC -Working with Young Children 2008
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Career Majors That Sequence This Course
Career Cluster Pathway Career Major
Human Services Early Childhood Development & Services ParaProfessional-Child Development