- Chico, CA
Information about me.
Familiar with Individualized Education Plans
Developed strong communication skills while expediting food orders in a fast and efficient manor.
Worked in a toddler classroom with children that ranged in age from 22 months to 2.5 years for a total of 120 hours.
Participated in weekly staff meetings, parent events and daily observation notes.
Implemented a 5-week curriculum focusing on encouraging children’s exploration of nature through gardening.
Bellow you will find documents stating the empirical foundations of Child Development and what I believe I have learned throughout my undergraduate studies in the Child Development Department at California State University, Chico.
This document demonstrates my ability to apply critical thinking and scientific methods of thinking to issues regarding children's well-being.
This document proves that I am able to engage in professional behavior appropriate to the field of Child Development.
This document demonstrates my knowledge of the multiple environmental contexts in which children grow and develop and my ability to analyze systems that support children's well-being.
Bellow you will find supporting documentation for the above documents. This includes coursework and assignments that reflect the diverse and vast amount of knowledge acquired throughout my undergraduate career at California State University, Chico.
This is a research proposal I conducted on adoption and sibling closeness for my Methods of Inquiry in Child Development course.
This is a self-reflection paper on the goals I established for myself in the toddler classroom at the Associated Students Child Development lab. It also includes a self written recommendation letter.
This is a paper I wrote on ethical dilemmas and situations and how I have and will deal with them in the future.
This is a feedback sheet conducted by my internship supervisor in the toddler classroom at the Associated Students Child Development lab.
This project was done for my gender and sexuality development course. This document proves my knowledge on how society and gender play a role in children's overall development.
This document is an interview I conducted with a first-generation Indian-American student. It states different developmental theories and principles related to the questions asked.
The below videos are responses to hypothetical scenarios that could occur in the world of Child Development. In these videos I state how I would handle a variety of situations based on the knowledge and experience gained throughout my undergraduate career.
This video is on the issue of spanking and how I would approach a parent who believes spanking is a valid "punishment".
This video is on the issue of a superior giving advice that goes against principles and foundations of Child Development, especially dealing with evaluations.
This video is based on a professional situation where someone asks me to perform my job duty, as a behavioral specialist, in what seems to be an unethical manner.
The below videos are responses to professional topics having to do with Child Development.
This video states why I chose Child Development as a major.
This video is about how I interpret the grades I have received within my major and wether or not I believe they are a direct indication of what I have learned.
This video goes over my "top" core values and how I believe they will affect my professional life.