Demonstrate how theory is reflective in the child care environment. #5196


Demonstrate how theory is reflective in the child care environment.

Discover the relationship between development theories and adolescence in the child care environment. Our page demonstrates how theory is reflective in the child care setting, highlighting the central objective of showcasing the connection between theory and practice in early childhood education and child care centers.

Trainings incorporating this outcome


120 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 12 CEUs
online
4.5/5
$400
IACET accredited logo 12 CEUs
online
4.8/5
$400

102 hours courses

45 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
5/5
$250
IACET accredited logo 4.5 CEUs
online
4.8/5
$250

10 hours courses

3 hours courses
IACET accredited logo 0.3 CEUs
online
4.6/5
$24

Related Outcomes

  1. Identify and understand the requirements of Child Care Subsidy (POC), Child and Adult Food Program, MSDE Child Care Credential, Tiered Reimbursement, and the Child Care Career and Professional Development Fund
  2. Demonstrate how theory is reflective in the child care environment for infants and toddlers.
  3. Explain how theory is reflective in the child care environment.
  4. Demonstrate an understanding of the standards of high-quality child care environments.
  5. Demonstrate an understanding how to maintain a safe environment under the guidance of the Office of Child Care Regulations.
  6. Identify factors that may influence learning for a child in the family child care environment.
  7. Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of schedules and consistency in a child care environment.
  8. Identify responses to typical daily child care scenarios with solutions that are aligned with Child Care Regulations
  9. Demonstrate understanding of developing strategies for involving parents in the child care setting.
  10. Demonstrate understanding of optimal room arrangements for family child care settings and their components.
  11. Demonstrate appropriate/effective responses as they relate to a variety of typical child care scenarios.
  12. Demonstrate an understanding of the overall cost of child care
  13. Demonstrate understanding of developing positive relationships with child care families
  14. Demonstrate an understanding of staff scheduling and student enrollment aligned with Child Care Regulations.
  15. Demonstrates understanding of an appropriate family child care curriculum
  16. Describe the importance of monitoring the family child care environment for potential risks.

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