Early Childhood Education

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Early Childhood Education Level 1 and Level 2:

Welcome, S tudents ! Early Childhood Education Level 1 and Level 2

Welcome to Early Childhood Education!:

Welcome to Early Childhood Education! I will introduce you to GTC and our classroom. If you have any questions, please raise your hand and wait to be called on.

Early Children Education:

Early Children Education Kristaira Bryant

Grading Scale:

90-100 A 80-89 B 70-79 C 60-69 D 0-59 F Grading Scale

All About Me:

All About Me My background I grew up in Greenville, MS. I attended Fulwiler Elementary School, Coleman Jr High School, Greenville High School and Alcorn State University. Currently, I am attending Belhaven University. My experience I am a first year certified teacher. I have experience in teaching 2 nd grade, k indergarten, and head start .

My Family:

My Family My children Daughters’ Names are Kiarahswanna and Kristyn Sons ’ Names are Kenneth, Keiteriyon , and Kavon

My Goals:

My Goals To give you the academic and social skills you need to progress in Early Childhood Education. To provide a supportive and fun classroom environment. To help you to discover new interests.

Course Description:

Course Description Course Description: Early Childhood I This year long course begins with an introduction to personal and professional preparation for continued education, training, and careers in early childhood. Major topics of study in this course are stages of child development, ranging from birth through age twelve, and children’s health and safety. Students are introduced to MSDH Guidelines and Regulations Governing Child Care Facilities. Other topics covered are related to the importance of observing and assessing children. Methods of child guidance techniques are also introduced in this course. Participation in FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) is ongoing. Students will participate in field experience, internships, and job-shadowing. Students will develop skills toward meeting requirements for the CDA (Child Development Associate) credential .   Course Description: Early Childhood II This course focuses on curriculum planning and the development of age appropriate activities and lesson plans that encompass all areas of child development, and administration and management techniques needed in order to operate a successful, quality child care facility. Other major topics covered in this course are related to state licensing requirements for child care facilities, management principles as a center director (including responsibilities regarding management of personnel, the facility’s physical indoor and outdoor space, inventory, record-keeping, accreditation, parental involvement, marketing, budgeting, and maintaining a healthy, effective learning environment). Students will continue to develop educational, career, and professional plans in the area of early childhood. Participation in FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) is ongoing. Students will participate in field experience, internships, and job-shadowing. Students will continue to develop skills toward meeting requirements for the CDA (Child Development Associate) credential.

Curriculum for ECE:

Curriculum for ECE The units we cover are: Level 1 Unit 1: Orientation, Personal and Professional Preparation Unit 2: Child Development: Infants- Middle Childhood Unit 3: History and Trends of Early Childhood Educatio n Unit 4: Health and Safety Unit 5: Observation, Assessment, and Guidance

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Level 2 Unit 6: Career Development and Professionalism Unit 7: The Learning Environment Unit 8: Characteristics of Quality Child-Care Programs Unit 9: Management and Administration

Entering the Classroom:

Enter the classroom quietly. When you first enter the classroom, get a Bell Ringer out of the box labeled Do Know? (located at door) and have seat. Turn in ALL your electronic devices. Entering the Classroom

Class Rules:

Class Rules Our classroom is a community. In our community, we have rules to help us get along with each other. Our class rules are: Be respectful and responsible. Be organized and follow directions. Be on time. Be prepared.

Homework:

Homework I will assign homework, if you have missed any class assignments.

Tardiness:

Tardiness Arrive at GTC bus drop off and pick up. Go straight to class. If you aren’t in the classroom by the time the door is close, please check in at the school office before coming to class .

Field Trips:

Field Trips We have lots of fun field trips planned for this year! We will attend two childcare centers as part of your field experience. We will visit Delta State University Childcare Center for observation.

Contact Information:

Kristaira Bryant krbryant@gville.k12.ms.us (662)334-7171 GTC Contact Information

Let’s Have a Great Year!:

Let’s Have a Great Year!

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