Child Services Jeopardy! Chapters 1 – 3 . ______________________ are the simplest forms of direct observation . a. Anecdotal records b . Checklists c . Rating scales . Anecdotal Records . Approximately what percent of today’s children are in early childhood programs? 35 67 99.
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Chapters 1 – 3
______________________ are the simplest forms of direct observation.a. Anecdotal records
c. Rating scales
Approximately what percent of today’s children are in early childhood programs?
As a teacher, it is okay to laugh at a child.
Women are becoming more highly educated
Couples are having fewer children
Young adults are getting married later in life
Many families need a second paycheck
Women are demonstrating an increased commitment to work
Families see the value of having children attend an early childhood programChanges in Families
Early childhood assistant and associate teachers
Child care teachers and directors
Family child care home
Salespeople of children’s products
Children’s artistCareer Opportunities in Early Childhood
18 years old with a high school diploma
Signed statement of ethical conduct
Must be the head caregiver for 8 or more children ages 3-5
10 children must be enrolled in program and two caregivers present
No more than 20% of children can have special needs
At least 480 hours work experience with 3-5 year olds
120 clock hours divided among different program areasCDA Eligibility Requirements
All children given a total health plan
Dental, medical, mental health services provided for
Children who have not had childhood immunizations prior to enrollment are given them
Recognizes the parent as the child’s first teacher
Parents are encouraged to help recruit new children, assist in the center, and take part in policy meetingsHead Start
Evaluating = why