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Full Participation of Each Child - HYBRID

Course Number
FPEC-HYBRID-20210201
Overview
This course is designed to emphasize evidence-based practices for supporting children who are culturally and linguistically diverse, inclusive practices and strategies for overcoming biases to build trusting and collaborative partnerships with families.  This course is a required training for early childcare professionals, in both urban and rural settings, who are working in a 4- or 5-star FOCUS TQRIS program. THIS IS A HYBRID COURSE.  Online classes will be held via ZOOM web conferencing, a computer with microphone and webcam is required. 
Objective
Objectives: 
Heard the definition of the Full Participation of Each Child, explored the New Mexico Guiding Principles, and reflected on your personal culture
Reviewed the components of professional development, used a self-assessment tool to reflect on your current practices, and identified an opportunity for growth to improve the quality of your practice
Reviewed respectful and responsive strengths-based approaches and identified ways you can use these approaches to support a partnership with families as you consider all perspectives.
Utilized a strengths-based approach to reframe interactions with children and explored strategies to support children using the 4 Elements of the Full Participation of Each Child
Explored components of an anti-bias learning community, developed a plan for your classroom environment, and discussed how to address cultural dilemmas in the classroom.
Reflected on the importance of intentionally planning for children and planned for children based on the 4 Elements of Full Participation.

Course Hours
6.00

Scheduled Event(s) for this Course
REQUIRES REGISTRATION Overview
Competencies:
1. Child Growth and Development: 
2. Health, Safety & Nutrition: 
3. Family & Community Collaboration: 2.5 hours
4. Developmentally Appropriate Content: 1.5 hours
5. Learning Environment & Curriculum Implementation: 
6. Assessment of Children and Programs: 
7. Professionalism: 1 hour
 


Objective(s)
Heard the definition of the Full Participation of Each Child, explored the New Mexico Guiding Principles, and reflected on your personal culture
Reviewed the components of professional development, used a self-assessment tool to reflect on your current practices, and identified an opportunity for growth to improve the quality of your practice
Reviewed respectful and responsive strengths-based approaches and identified ways you can use these approaches to support a partnership with families as you consider all perspectives.
Utilized a strengths-based approach to reframe interactions with children and explored strategies to support children using the 4 Elements of the Full Participation of Each Child
Explored components of an anti-bias learning community, developed a plan for your classroom environment, and discussed how to address cultural dilemmas in the classroom.
Reflected on the importance of intentionally planning for children and planned for children based on the 4 Elements of Full Participation
 


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