CHILD 11A Barstow Community C

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Qualifications

Prompt:

Collect your College degrees, certificates, and transcripts. Be sure to make copies and place these in your portfolio. What professional organizations do you belong to? Make a copy of these. First Aid / CPR certification (all persons working in ECE must be first aid/CPR qualified). Immunizations (all persons working in ECE must have these – The current requirements are MMR, TDap, flu shot – updated yearly). Any other qualifications that you can think of that you hold. Please keep in mind that you may not have all of these, as it will depend on your current educational and/ or professional journey, but at least you will get a head start on collecting what you need.

Please describe in a journal format everything that you have above that you are able to place in your portfolio.

This assignment supports course learning outcome 1 and student learning objective 1.

Instructions

Attachments cannot be more than 1 MB and must be in Word, RTF, or PDF format. Please provide thoughtful responses to the journal question. You are expected to produce college-level work. Describe in a bullet format the items you have put into your portfolio

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Completed Professional Portfolio

Prompt:

Be sure that you pay attention to the overall appearance of your portfolio, such as the organization, and table of contents. Add anything that you think would be beneficial to your Portfolio.

The goal of the Portfolio is that you will have gathered enough information so when you are ready to apply for a job, all will be in one location, your Portfolio. This will be an impressive set of documents that are unique to you. As you work in the field, be sure and continue to add to your Portfolio. You should be proud of your hard work that you have put into making this Portfolio an accurate account of what you can do and what you have accomplished.

This assignment supports course learning outcomes 1, 2 & 3 and student learning objectives 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, & 9.

Instructions:

Throughout this course, I may have let you know that some things needed to be changed before your final turn in of the Portfolio. I have documented those and will be looking for those corrections too. Many were missing their college transcripts, current reference letters, adding to their resume or documents that are missing. This is unique to each student, but you will know what is needed as I have let you know during the week of the portfolio assignment. If you failed to turn in the assignment for a particular week, be sure and include those documents too.

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CHILD 11A Barstow Community C

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Scenario

You are the teacher who is delegated to greet children at the door every morning. There is one little boy, new to school, who always begins to whimper as he arrives. Usually the child is dropped off by his father, who tries to cheer him up, but you can tell is getting frustrated. On the fifth morning, the father gives him a smack on the bottom as he drops him off, telling him firmly, “Little boys don’t cry!”

Answer these questions:

  • What emotions might the child be experiencing at this moment?
  • What emotions might the father be experiencing?
  • What will you say to the child?
  • What will you say to the father and when?
  • How might this scenario have been avoided?

This assignment supports course learning outcomes 1 & 2 and student learning objectives 1, 2, & 7

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Create a Discovery Center

One of my favorite areas in my classroom was my Discovery Center/Table (read pages 290-291 9th edition or pages 312-313 10th edition). When I taught preschool, I worked hard at changing this area often with new material to compliment the weekly or monthly theme. I would give a lot of thought to the aesthetics of this area and to including books and other forms of literature to supplement the hands-on material that was provided.

POST: For this post, I would like you to create a unique and engaging Discovery Center. Start your post by giving us a name for your Discovery Center. Then give us a detailed list of the items you would place on your Discovery Table that the children could actively explore or manipulate. Describe how you would organize and arrange the materials/equipment so that the children would be drawn to this center to explore and discover. Be sure to include natural or found material as one thing an early childhood teacher must be good at is “scrounging” materials! Be sure to share important concepts from the textbook or the article in this post.

This assignment supports course learning outcome 2 and student learning objectives 3, 4, & 8.



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