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Education and Early Childhood Development Monitoring Protocol 2010 Partner Training June 15, 2010 Catrina Glenn Interim Education Manager 806-894-2207 Office 806-893-8744 Cell cglenn@spcaa.org Curriculum and Individualization

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Catrina GlennInterim Education Manager806-894-2207 Office806-893-8744 Cellcglenn@spcaa.org

curriculum and individualization
Curriculum and Individualization
  • How do you manage individualization for eachchild and the curriculum?
  • How do youmeasure the success of individualization for eachchild?
  • How isitdocumented?
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Curriculum and Individualization
  • Where do youget information to individualizewitheachchild?
  • When do youindividualize?
    • Whencanitbedone?
social emotional development
Social & Emotional Development
  • Have youever been trained on planning and maintaining positive environments/interactions for children?
  • How?/When?
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Social & EmotionalDevelopment
  • How do youdevelopcompetence, self-esteem and positive attitudes towardlearning in yourclassroom?
  • How do youfosterindependence in yourclassroom? What are yourstrategies?
  • Do you set consistent limits for children in yourclassroom? How? Is itdevelopmentallyappropriate?
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Social & EmotionalDevelopment
  • How do you encourage children to respect the rights and feelings of others?
  • Describe the individual and small group experiencesyouprovide for childrenindoors and outdoors.
cognitive and language development
Cognitive and Language Development
  • Do you use art, music and movement in yourclassroom?
    • Whatkind of activities/experiences do the childrenreceive? (positive, fun, learning, do the childrenwant more?)
  • Do you encourage yourchildren to explore, experiment, inquire, observe and play?
    • How?
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Cognitive and Language Development
  • Dual languagelearners:
    • How do youpromotelanguagedevelopment in English and the child’s home language?
  • Do you have literacy and math in yourclassroom?
    • Whatmaterials do you use?
physical development
Physical Development
  • Do yourchildrenexperiencephysicaldevelopment?
    • Indoors?
    • Outdoors?
  • What type of fine motorskillscan I find in yourclassroom?
parent involvement
Parent Involvement
  • How many parent conferences do youconducteachyear? At least 2?
  • How many parent home visits do youconducteachyear? At least 2?
  • What are someadvantages of:
    • Parent conferences?
    • Home visits?
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Parent Involvement
  • Are your parents involved in the selection of the curriculum in anyway?
  • When are parents allowed to visit and observe theirchildren?
  • Are parents given the opportunity to sharetheirassessments of theirchildwithyou?
  • Are parents provided an opportunity to buildtheirchild observation skills?
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Parent Involvement
  • Are developmentalassessmentssharedwith parents?
    • How?
  • How are parents included in educationaldecisionsrelated to theirchild?
    • How?
safety
Safety
  • How do youensurethatchildren are supervisedat all time?
  • How do youpreventchildrenfromgettingintounsafe areas?
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Safety
  • Are childrenexposed to vehiculartrafficwhen en route to play areas/
  • Whom do you tell whenfacilities and equipment are unsafe or needrepair?
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Supervision of Children and Class Size

(a) Class size. (1) Head Start classes must be staffed by a teacher and an aide or two teachers and, whenever possible, a volunteer.

(2) Grantees must determine their class size based on the predominant age of the children who will participate in the class and whether or not a center-based double session variation is being implemented.

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(5) Staff must supervise the outdoor and indoor play areas in such a way that children’s safety can be easily monitored and ensured.

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(iii) No child will be left alone or unsupervised while under their care;

To determine the degree of supervision that children need and to assign staff members to supervise them, agencies ensure that children are under adult supervision at all times, that required child:staff ratios are maintained,and that no child is ever left alone or unattended.

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This would include:

  • Nap/Rest time
  • Meal/Snack times
  • Restrooms
  • Outdoors
  • Times of injury and child needs first aid
  • ANY TIME OF THE DAY
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Outdoor play areas at center-based programs must be arranged so as to prevent any child from leaving the premises and getting into unsafe and unsupervised areas. Enroute to play areas, children must not be exposed to vehicular traffic without supervision.

  • Assuring that the outdoor play area is fully supervised at all times
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  • Agencies plan their staffing to ensure that appropriate child:staff ratios are maintained at all times of the day and in all locations, and that staff are allowed adequate time for planning, record-keeping and training. This is especially important in full-day programs, when the numbers of children may change over the course of the day, but the ratios need to be maintained.