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Competency Statement I: to establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment
How do your teaching practices meet this standard?
CS I a
CS I b
CS I c
RC I- 2
RC I -3
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Examples of the types of decisions can parents can help make are menu ideas, equipment upgrades, and changes/adding any large activities. Another one of my goals for the functional area of families is to establish a productive relationship with families is to provide many opportunities for family members to volunteer. The best way I can keep families involved is to give them a lot of chances to help out. The families can volunteer for onsite things such as field trips, field day, book reading, art projects, etc. There are some volunteer options that parent can participate in from the comfort of their own home. My program will do such things as collect can tabs, box tops for education, coats to donate, etc. We also want to encourage parents to give us new suggestions of charities or any organization we can help. The final way to achieve these goals is to put much focus on my communication with the families. How I handle situations where the family must be contacted is very important. Having a positive attitude even if the situation involves something negative is very important.
Competency Statement 4 by Aimee Smith
- This set of 3 quality improvement tools introduces an efficient, step-by-step process for selecting Core Competencies domains for workforce development that address gaps in current workforce strengths, while building competencies that will best advance a public health organization's strategic goals.
fully prepares you for the CDA Assessment (Preschool or Infant/Toddler) – the content of eCDA is based on the National CDA Competency Standards provided below: