This class examines the development of children aged from birth to 2 years and the importance of quality relationships to their emotional and social well-being. Students will explore healthy living and learning environments that foster infant/toddler growth socially, emotionally, cognitively and physically. This course addresses all information required by The Maryland Child Care Administration Infant/Toddler course Content Criteria. The information will be divided between growth and development of infants and toddlers and materials and methods for infants and toddlers equally.
This course has been approved by MSDE Early Childhood Division approval number PSO-30299. Subject Areas: 22.5 CD/15 CUR/3 HSN/1.5 SN/2 PRO/1 COM
Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Demonstrate knowledge to maintain safe and proper supervision as a primary caregiver to infants and toddlers.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of appropriate curriculum for infants, toddlers and twos.
3. Demonstrate knowledge to Identify developmental stages (emotional, social, intellectual, physical, creative and communication) of infants, toddlers and twos.
4. Plan a program to meet all needs of infants and toddlers, including nutrition, daily routines and appropriate environments.
5. Show that they know appropriate guidance measures with infants and toddlers.
Requirements and Expectations of students:
100% Completion of Online Modules: All online modules (3 hours each) must be completed by the last day of class.
100% Participation: Each participant is expected to contribute to class discussions in an active and professional manner, supporting the participation of other class members. Your contributions are to be based on an informed and professional position.
100% Attendance: Because this is an interactive class, attendance is not only important but vital. An excused absence requires a note from a physician. Certain family emergencies may qualify for an excused absence. All missed work from an excused partial missed class must be made up by the next class session. A full day of missed classes must be made up in the next 45-hour Zoom session.
|Address:||Online ZOOM , ZOOM Classroom,|
|Notes:||***No refunds for missed class***|
Class Days: Saturdays and Sundays: Accelerated class. Earn your certificate is 2 1/2 weeks!!!
Class Dates: 4/23, 4/24, 4/30, 5/01, 5/07
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Zoom protocol: Students must keep cameras on and must have audio and microphone accessible.
Location: All classes are held online via Zoom RM1.
This training is done from your home using a link provided to each student via email. Students will use the same link to access each class meeting. In addition, students will need to complete 9 hours online training provided by the instructor.
Tech support is available at 301-237-1414 and 301-532-8797.
Requirements and Expectations of Students:
Equipment: Laptop or Desktop Computer with Google Chrome browser and Zoom.
100% Completion of Online Sessions: All online modules must be completed by the last day of class.
100% Participation: Each student is expected to contribute to class discussions in an active and professional manner, supporting the participation of other class members. Your contributions are to be based on an informed and professional position.
100 % Attendance: State requirements specify that students must complete 45 hours of training. This is an interactive class, attendance is not only important but vital. Missed classes may affect your final grade and will prohibit you from receiving your certificate.
Our office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday. You can also reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org and via phone at 240-261-4163 on evenings and weekends. For immediate assistance, you can call 301-237-1414.
Minimum 5 students required for the class to proceed. No refunds, unless canceled by our office.