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A Place for All Children Module 2: Observing as a Tool for Planning and Communicating (E-2012-0068-0854)
Fri July 6, 2012 12:30 PM
After this session you will know the basics of observing children for recognition of developmental milestones. You will also have basic skills to communicate effectively with families about your observations. This module helps you learn how to better focus on the whole development of each child as an individual. You will also be better equipped to use your focus on development as a tool for planning children’s daily experiences.
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Boone Electric Cooperative Community Room
1413 Rangeline St. Columbia MO 65201 County: Boone Lat: 38.971039 Lng: -92.325583
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Child Care Aware of Central Missouri
2503 W. Ash, Suite A Columbia MO 65203 County: Boone 800-243-9685 Lat: 38.957456 Lng: -92.37458 Registration information
Online registration is available. Please note that your registration is not confirmed until we receive your payment. Please mail your payment and the attached registration form to Child Care Aware of Central Missouri.
Refund certificates will be issued only if we receive at least 48 hours notice that you will be unable to attend the training.
Family child care owners and staff
Staff from child care centers/preschools/out-of-school time sites
Age group focus
Infants (0 to 12mo)
Preschool (3 to 5 yrs)
Toddlers (13 to 35mo)
Training Content Level
Level 1 - New to the field with little or no specialized training
Level 2 - Knowledge and skills equal to Child Development Associate
1.1.1.a.0. "Is aware of basic benchmarks for growth and development."
3.1.1.a.0. "Recognizes that observation and assessment are ongoing processes."
3.1.1.c.0. "Assists with the collection of information about growth, development, and learning."
4.1.2.a.0. "Engages families in discussions regarding their child's development."
CDA Subject Area
Principles of child growth and development
Strategies to establish productive relationships with families
Observing and recording children's behavior
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