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Event Details

Developmentally Appropriate Practice

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Career Pathways 1
Self-Paced Training
(Available Tuesday, January 1, 2019 - Sunday, March 31, 2019)
  
(3.00 Hours (Self-Paced))

Description

Course ID 112806
Children are born learners. Most children set out to explore their world eagerly and with curiosity. Early childhood is a period of never-ending possibilities. Yet, making a difference in children’s lives is not assured. In order for young children to learn and develop optimally, you must provide them with high quality care and education.The framework for high quality care and education is known as developmentally appropriate practice (DAP). This course will assist you in learning about DAP and using the DAP principles and guidelines in your teaching and caregiving practices to provide high quality learning experiences for all children in your care.

Online, E-Learning

Registration

Event Fee
Registration Closed
Register By
3/31/2019
Required?
Yes

Contact

Child Care Aware® of North Dakota (Email)
Child Care Aware® of North Dakota
1616 Capitol Way
Bismarck, ND 58501
Phone (800) 997-8515

Trainers

Child Care Aware® of North Dakota - Specialist - Approved

Child Care Aware® of North Dakota

Delivery Methods

Online self-paced

Assessment/Evaluation

Other - Evidence of Learning

Description

Children are born learners. Most children set out to explore their world eagerly and with curiosity. Early childhood is a period of never-ending possibilities. Yet, making a difference in children’s lives is not assured. In order for young children to learn and develop optimally, you must provide them with high quality care and education.The framework for high quality care and education is known as developmentally appropriate practice (DAP). This course will assist you in learning about DAP and using the DAP principles and guidelines in your teaching and caregiving practices to provide high quality learning experiences for all children in your care.


3.00 Hours

Course Level

Career Pathways 1

Approved Clock Hours

Course Category

Early Childhood

General Course

Professional Development And Leadership (3 Hours)

CDA Subject Areas

Maintaining a commitment to professionalism (3 Hours)

Administrators
Directors
Center Staff
Family/Group
Head Start
Infant/Toddler
Preschool
School Aged

Infants (0 - 18 months)
Toddlers (19 - 36 months)
Three Year Olds (37 - 48 months)
Four Year Olds (49 - 60 months)
Five Year Olds (61 - 72 months)
Elementary (K - 5th grade)