Identify the misconception that classroom curriculum is more important than social relationships. #4691


Identify the misconception that classroom curriculum is more important than social relationships.

Discover the truth about classroom curriculum and social relationships in early childhood education and child care centers. Explore the misconceptions and learn appropriate practices for identifying and demonstrating the importance of individual planning for children.

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Related Outcomes

  1. Identify appropriate practices for identify and demonstrate an children: Identify importance of individual planning
  2. Identify and demonstrate positive guidance techniques that promote social competency and pro-social behavior.
  3. Identify information on State approved curriculums and the Maryland Preschool Curriculum
  4. Identify appropriate practices for identify and demonstrate an children: Identify examples of appropriate activities for different ages
  5. Identify materials and equipment for center childcare programs that meet the needs of specific age groups in both shared or permanent space and align with the programs curriculum
  6. Identify common interaction strategies to help promote a positive classroom environment for young children.
  7. Identify curriculum and activity resources specific to school-age child care
  8. Recognize the importance of consistency, continuity, and responsiveness in supporting pro-social behaviors in children.
  9. Identify specific considerations and resources for implementing an outdoor classroom program.
  10. Identify the importance of problem-solving and conflict-resolution strategies with colleagues and administrators.
  11. Identify curriculums specific to children birth through age three
  12. Identify the importance of maintaining cultural sensitivity while working with families during home visiting.
  13. Identify the types of barriers children's with disabilities/special needs face and ways to adapt curriculum to fit those needs.
  14. Identify the importance of being sensitive to those who decide not to nurse and of welcoming environment that encourages mothers to breastfeed
  15. Identify curriculum and activity resources specific to school-age child care.
  16. Demonstrate understanding of the importance of parent/caregiver relationship
  17. Identify strategies to facilitate learning in the early childhood classroom using various methods.
  18. Identify different types of barriers for mixed ages with disabilities and ways to adapt curriculum to fit their needs.
  19. Recognize the importance of music in both child development and curriculum.
  20. Identify the importance of child nutrition and nutrition training for staff in childcare.

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