- SAN FRANSISCO US-CA
Students will have an understanding of the theoretical, empirical, and philosophical foundations of the discipline. In addition, students will be able to apply their knowledge while working with children,families, and fellow professionals.
A brief response to a scenario addressing the negative effects of spanking and alternative methods of disciple according to the theoretical, empirical, and philosophical foundations of the Child Development discipline.
Students will understand professionalism by demonstrating knowledge, attitudes, and skills of those individuals who are committed to understanding and working with children and families. Communication (reading, writing, listening, computer and speaking skills), leadership, research, assessment and evaluation, and collaboration skills are mastered.
A reflection on a scenario where the person in charge is not showing strong communication, leadership, or collaboration skills in the classroom. This includes discussing when a situation has become unethical and needs to be reported to a person with higher authority.
A certificate recognizing my efforts as an officer in the Child Development Student Association (CDSA).
Demonstration of the use of communication and leadership skills to put on event for an organization that works to support children's development. Including collaborating with team members and local businesses and designing and distributing flyers.
Jun 2013 - Jun 2015
A response to a scenario demonstrating knowledge of how to use multiple forms of assessment to gather evidence based documentation of a child's strengths and weaknesses in order to help make decisions about a child that will set them up to for success in the future.
Students will be able to understand, perform and appreciate multiple forms of child assessment. Students will be able to use qualitative and quantitative methods of assessing children. They will be able to use information to help identify a child's strengths and develop, implement, and evaluate plans of intervention to bolster areas of need.
A brief summary of my journey to the Child Development department at Chico State.
A summary of what I learned throughout my 4 year college career at Chico State University.
A response examining and explaining three values that are close to my heart and effect the way I handle my personal and professional life.
A brief response reflecting on how I dealt with difficult children in my past and the way I would change things now that I have learned more about how different every child is.
A reflection on one of my first chances to implement my own original curriculum.
A brief paper on the effects of domestic abuse on children using Brofenbrenner's ecological theory of child development.
A brief summary of an experience in a parent teacher conference. This is an important way that teachers can connect what is happening at school with what is happening at home.
An Antecedent-Behavioral-Consequence Anecdotal note and response based on the behavior of pushing among children.
Skilled at using evidence based documentation to evaluate children.
A short opinion piece about whether or not people are treated better if they are more beautiful.
Low family income does not have to mean low rates of success in the future; creating a nest egg for every infant gives every child a chance to be successful!
An award from Fall 2012 for receiving higher than a 3.5 GPA.
A reflection on a scenario where a family's culture has a huge impact on the safety and well-being of a child.
Students will understand the multiple child rearing contexts in which children grow and develop. Students will appreciate and interpret how social class, parents, families, peers, type of children's programs, culture, societal changes, and communities influence the course of development.