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Child Development Services I  

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Child Care Services I provides training for entry-level positions in early childhood educational programs.  Students study professionalism, employability skills, child growth and development, health, safety and nutrition, learning environments and curriculum, child assessment, program management and evaluation as well as family and community partnerships. The subject content is reinforces with work experience in a variety of child care establishments. 

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  • School Age Child Care

    November 13, 2019 - one hour delay

    Students will ride a bus to OES and visit Willie Mae Jone's preschool classroom.  All students will participate in the different centers. 

    Closure- personal reflection. 

  • 5 Developmental domains

    September 30, 2019

    Bell ringer- Please have your 5 developmental domains you viewed in "Daddy Day Care" out and get ready to discuss. 
    If you were absent on Friday, come see me now for a make-up assignment. 

    Learning Target

    LT 3- I can identify the 5 Developmental Domains of Early 
             Childhood. 

    *Discussion of that an appropriate lesson plan looks like. 

    Lesson:
    Students will work in small groups to prepare age appropriate lesson plans for pre-school aged children. Lessons must be centered around the 5 developmental domains. 

    (Students will use chrome books for this assignment)

    Closure 

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  • Child Development Theorists

    September 13, 2019

    Bell ringer- Students will read the handout "Child Protective Services and explain the responsibilities of caseworkers for CPS.  Discussion

    Learning Targets:

    LT 1- I can identify the 5 principles of Development.
    LT 2- I  can identify 9 Child Development theorists and their theories.
    Lesson:
    Students will complete a study guide over the 9 child development theorist.

    Activity:
    Students will work in groups of 3 and design games over LT 1 and Lt 2.  Students will prepare instructions for the game and  play it one time through for accuracy.

    Closure 

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  • Shaken Baby Syndrome

    Bell ringer- Students will create a hashtag that explains their personal thoughts on shaken baby syndrome. They will write their hashtags on a bookmark that they can keep.  
    Each student will share their hashtags. 

    Learning targets: 
    Lt 8- I can identify safety hazards for infants and children.
    Lt 9- I can discuss proper first aid for common injuries.
    Lt 10-I can identify the 4 types of child abuse.
    Lt 11- I can identify physical, behavioral and environmental indicators of child abuse. 
    Lt 12- I can identify the proper way to install a car seat.
    Lt 13- i can identify (SBS) Shaken Baby Syndrome signs and symptoms. 

    Agenda
    Bell ringer- share 
    Pretest - Shaken Baby Syndrome- students will keep pre-test until the entire power point is presented.
    Lesson- "Understanding Shaken Baby Syndrome- powerpoint

    Demo- Teacher and students will each practice shaking a baby on the SBS doll.  

    Journal entry-Students will write a personal essay about their thoughts and feelings after they shook a replica baby. 
    Activity- Ten Alternatives to Shaking a Baby- Students will create a personal poster on white card stock paper about 12 ways a parent/caregiver can "cool" down and not shake their baby. Students will glue/tape their poster on a piece of purple construction paper. Purple represents Shaken Baby Syndrome.

    Closure

    Assign On: 1/22/2020
    Due: 1/27/2020
  • Four Types of Child Abuse

    Bell ringer- All early child care education professionals must be able to appropriately identify and report suspected child abuse and neglect. Why do you feel this is important and what are the 4 types of abuse child care workers need to be aware of?

    Learning Targets:
    LT 7- I can define child abuse and describe the  4 types of child abuse.
    LT 8- I can identify at least 5 physical or behavioral indicators of child abuse & neglect.
    LT 9- I can identify at least 2 ways to distinguish accidental injury from abuse.
    LT 10- I can identify when to report what to report, and to whom child abuse should be reported. 

    Agenda
    Bell ringer- discuss
    Students will receive a study packet over the 4 types of child abuse. 

    *Assignment- students will go to the library and design a google slide presentation over the 4 types of child abuse. 

    Email finished project to teresa.lane@bath.kyschools.us

    Closure

    Assign On: 1/13/2020
    Due: 1/27/2020
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