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  1. Student NameEarly Childhood Development Portfolio Add your photo or graphic Date: EDUU 465: Research & Practice in Early Childhood Development Capstone

  2. Portfolio Child Development and Learning Philosophy Family and Community Cognitive Literacy Observation and Assessment Preschool English Learners Teaching and Learning Resume Photo Gallery Becoming a Professional

  3. Promoting Child Development and Learning • Artifacts • List and describe assignments completed • Include links if possible • Websites • Provide website title, address, and brief description • Provide website title, address, and brief description • Reflection

  4. Promoting Child Development and Learning: Reflection NAEYC Standard: Well-prepared early childhood professionals understand what young children are like; understand what influences their development; and use this understanding to create great environments where all children can thrive. This standard emphasizes knowledge of the range of influences on child development—including cultural contexts, economic conditions, health status, and learning styles—and an ability to apply knowledge to improve social interactions, assessment, instruction, and more. Reflection:

  5. Building Family and Community Relationships • Artifacts • List and describe assignments completed • Include links if possible • Websites • Provide website title, address, and brief description • Provide website title, address, and brief description • Reflection

  6. Building Family and Community Relationships: Reflection NAEYC Standard: Well-prepared early childhood professionals understand and value children’s families and communities; create respectful, reciprocal relationships; and involve all families in their children’s development and learning. This standard emphasizes that respectful relationships with all families—whatever their structure, language, ethnicity, and child’s ability or disability—are the foundation of early childhood education. Reflection:

  7. Observing, Documenting, and Assessing • Artifacts • List and describe assignments completed • Include links if possible • Websites • Provide website title, address, and brief description • Provide website title, address, and brief description • Reflection

  8. Observing, Documenting, and Assessing: Reflection NAEYC Standard: Well-prepared early childhood professionals understand the purposes of assessment; use effective assessment strategies; and use assessment responsibly to positively influence children’s development and learning. Good assessment practices measure what is developmentally and educationally significant in order to guide decisions about curriculum and instruction. Reflection:

  9. Teaching and Learning • Artifacts • List and describe assignments completed • Include links if possible • Websites • Provide website title, address, and brief description • Provide website title, address, and brief description • Reflection

  10. Teaching and Learning: Reflection NAEYC Standard: Well-prepared early childhood professionals build close relationships with children and families; use developmentally effective teaching and learning strategies; understand content areas and academic subjects; and use their knowledge to give all children the experiences that promote comprehensive development and learning. Teaching and learning are at the heart of teacher preparation, and the elements of this standard reflect the highly interconnected nature of early development and learning. Reflection:

  11. Growing as a Professional • Artifacts • List and describe assignments completed • Include links if possible • Websites • Provide website title, address, and brief description • Provide website title, address, and brief description • Reflection

  12. Growing as a Professional: Reflection NAEYC Standard: Well-prepared early childhood professionals identify themselves with the early childhood profession; use ethical, professional standards; demonstrate self-motivated, ongoing learning; collaborate; think reflectively and critically; and advocate for children, families, and the profession. Early childhood professionals provide one of the most important services to society; they must understand and cultivate their role as professionals doing critical work. Reflection:

  13. Philosophy Statement Reflection:

  14. Resume

  15. Photo Gallery Add photos or graphics OPTIONAL Delete slide and photo gallery button on menu if you decide not to include this page.

  16. Developing Cognitive Literacy • Create a link to your EDUU321 course portfolio (Click on Escape to Return) • OR add key ideas learned in the course • Links to helpful websites • Optional: include photos related to literacy, room environment, etc. • Insert extra slides if needed.

  17. Preschool Language Learners • Create a link to your EDUU330 course portfolio(Click on Escape to Return) • OR add key ideas learned in the course • Links to helpful websites • Optional: include photos related to EL literacy, child/family studies, etc. • Insert extra slides if needed.