Recognize that breastmilk is not a biohazard. #4426


Recognize that breastmilk is not a biohazard.

Breastmilk is not a biohazard! Recognize the needs of individualized learning in family child care. Our page focuses on the central objective of debunking the myth that breastmilk is harmful and highlights the importance of personalized learning in family child care settings. Visit us to learn more about early childhood education and child care centers.

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2 hours courses

Related Outcomes

  1. Recognize that breastmilk is not a biohazard, and how to store, handle, and feed mother's milk.
  2. Recognize the importance and components of an effective parent questionnaire.
  3. Recognize the importance of music in both child development and curriculum.
  4. Recognize the importance of knowing the stages of development
  5. Recognize current tuition trends
  6. Recognize the importance of knowing the stages of development.
  7. Recognize neglect and emotional abuse in children
  8. Recognize the importance of problem solving and conflict resolution strategies with community members and families
  9. Recognize the legal foundations, including the IDEA Act and Section 504.
  10. Recognize the needs of individualized learning in preschool.
  11. Recognize the needs of individualized learning for infants and toddlers.
  12. Recognize the needs of individualized learning in family child care.
  13. Recognizing and preventing shaken baby syndrome
  14. Recognize the importance of maintaining a balance between teacher directed and child directed activities
  15. Recognize strategies for effective conferences with families.
  16. Recognize the benefits of an outdoor classroom.
  17. Recognize the importance of a positive and respectful attitude in working with all children and their families.
  18. Recognize informal and formal assessments to plan activities, individualize programs, and improve program quality.
  19. Recognize the importance of problem solving and conflict resolution strategies with community members and families.
  20. Recognize the impact of unexpected changes on children and youth.

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