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Family & Consumer Sciences
FC00068
Early Care Supervision and Work Based Experience
100.00
The student will focus on human resource management and the supervision and leadership skills necessary to attract, train and retain a quality oriented Early Care and Education staff. Emphasis will be placed on professional development, proper communication skills, computer training, safety, observations, legal aspects, dealing with diversity, and classroom management.
Holly Hanan
405-743-5466
hhana@okcareertech.org
Teacher Assistant
-Students will complete an internship or worksite based learning experience that relates to being a para professional or working with children
-throughout the experience students will focus on developing professional development, communication, computer skills, safety, observations, legal aspects, diversity, and classroom management.

One or more of the following measures may be used:

-End of observation written evaluation

-Self-assessment of experience

-Portfolio of work experience

-Supervisors observation evaluation

-Educators observation evaluation
Center for Early Childhood Professional Development CECPD
Early Care & Education: Child Care Director - CTTC

http://www.okcareertech.org/testing/Skills_Standards/Human_Career_Cluster.htm

Career Cluster Resources for Human Services -

http://www.careerclusters.org/resources/ClusterDocuments/humdocuments/HUMFinal.pdf
Oklahoma Career Clusters - Human Services
http://www.okcareertech.org/okcareerclusters/human.htm

Early Care and Education Master Teacher-CIMC

Early Care and Education Teacher Assistant

Early Care and Education Preparing for the CDA

www.cecpd.org
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Career Majors That Sequence This Course
Career Cluster Pathway Career Major
Human Services Early Childhood Development & Services ParaProfessional-Child Development