CHD 1134 Management of Early Childhood Learning
This course focuses in optimal coordination of home and child-rearing practices and expectations at a child care facility. Carrying out supplementary responsibilities related to children's programs will be stressed. This course is designed primarily for those seeking a Child Development Associate credential or other childcare training.
- The students will collaborate with parents and teachers to identify the strengths and needs of each child.
- The students will access resources to enhance the inclusive child care experience for families and children.
- The students will encourage family involvement in the child care setting, specifically around cultural traditions and customs.
- The students will analyze and evaluate the elements of a child care setting that promote family involvement.
- Students will practice assessing children’s development through observation. Students will develop professional goals for themselves based on knowledge gained.
Early Head Start National Resource Center (Collection)
Early Childhood Education (Case Study)
The Iris Center for Faculty Enhancement (Reference Material)
The Power of Positive Communication (Simulation)
California Preschool Learning Foundations - Volume 3 (Open (Access) Textbook)
California Preschool Curriculum Framework - Volume 1 (Open (Access) Textbook)
California Preschool Learning Foundations - Volume 1 (Open (Access) Textbook)
Infants’ understanding of their social worldI (Online Course)
Understanding children: Babies being heard (Online Course)
The Learning Classroom: Theory into Practice (Presentation)