Demonstrate understanding of how teacher expectations/behaviors can contribute to student achievement. #4525


Demonstrate understanding of how teacher expectations/behaviors can contribute to student achievement.

Discover how teacher expectations and behaviors impact student achievement and learn the significance of setting realistic behavior expectations. Explore the central objective of understanding the relationship between teacher expectations and student success in early childhood education and child care centers.

Trainings incorporating this outcome


45 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
4.4/5
$399
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
5/5
$250
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
4.6/5
$399

30 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 3 CEUs
online
4.7/5
$99

3 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 0.3 CEUs
online
4.7/5
$24

Related Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of establishing realistic expectations for behavior.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of classroom capacity, staff to student ratio, and regulations for outdoor play space
  3. Demonstrate an understanding of classroom capacity, staff to student ratio, and supervision
  4. Demonstrate understanding the major milestones, typical behaviors and learning processes of children birth to 13 years of age
  5. Demonstrate understanding of strategies that utilize good time management practices for teachers and child care providers.
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of teacher vs. child directed activities.
  7. Demonstrate an understanding of staff scheduling and student enrollment aligned with Child Care Regulations.
  8. Demonstrate understanding of inclusionary practices for fragile x syndrome in the childcare setting.
  9. Demonstrate an understanding of utilizing the GELDS as a framework for growth and development
  10. List characteristics and behaviors for professional practice and behaviors as outlined in the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct.
  11. Demonstrate understand developmentally appropriate practices for school-age children with developmental, emotional, cognitive, language and/or physical needs
  12. Demonstrate an understanding of approaches to learning
  13. Demonstrate an understanding of how environment and equipment modifications support individual needs
  14. Demonstrate Understanding of Meal Planning for young children.
  15. Demonstrate understanding of appropriate interaction with infants and toddlers.
  16. Demonstrate an understanding of typical and atypical development from age 2 to 5.
  17. Demonstrate understanding of the steps and procedures for reporting accidents
  18. Demonstrate an understanding of the standards of high-quality child care environments.
  19. Demonstrate an understanding of how to keep children safe while in vehicles and school buses.

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