The Child Care Provider Program provides introductory training and education in child development for students interested in a career in early childhood education, and working with children ages birth through five. The curriculum also prepares students for a pathway to credit child development programs. Students gain knowledge in developmentally appropriate practices, creating lesson plans, optimal learning environments, health and safety guidelines, culturally relevant curriculum development, and CPR/First Aid training.
|CHDN 1100||INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN||0|
|CHDN 1101||INTRODUCTION TO HOME, SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS||0|
|CHDN 1102||BASIC SKILLS FOR CHILD CARE PROVIDER||0|
Student Learning Outcomes
- Create a safe, healthy, developmentally appropriate learning environment.
- Develop positive relationships with diverse families, school and community.
- Support developmentally appropriate practices and all relevant curriculum standards.
- Demonstrate knowledge of basic principles of child growth and development.
- Identify components and work ethic required for professional participation in an early childhood setting.