The power of words in wartime Goal II. To advance physical and intellectual competence The purpose of this case study was to investigate what impact the child development associate CDA credential has on the performance of childcare providers in the 6 CDA competency areas. Each participant was interviewed using 9 open-ended questions regarding their experience.
To establish and maintain a safe, healthy learning environment. Candidate provides a safe environment to prevent and reduce injuries. Candidate promotes good health and nutrition and provides an environment that contributes to the prevention of illness.
Candidate uses space, relationships, materials, and routines as resources for constructing an interesting, secure, and enjoyable environment that encourages and fosters trust, play, exploration, interaction, and learning.
To advance physical and intellectual competence. Candidate provides activities and opportunities that encourage curiosity, exploration, and problem solving appropriate to the development levels of each child. Candidate actively communicates with children and provides opportunities and support for children to understand, acquire, and use verbal and nonverbal means of communicating thoughts and feelings.
Candidate provides opportunities that stimulate children to play with sound, rhythm, language, materials, space and ideas in individual ways and to express their creative abilities.
To support social and emotional development and to provide positive guidance. Candidate provides a warm, positive, supportive relationship with each child, and helps each child learn about and take pride in his or her individual and cultural identity.
Candidate helps each child feel accepted in the group, helps children learn to communicate and get along with others, and encourages feelings of empathy and mutual respect among children and adults. Candidate provides a supportive environment and uses effective strategies to help all children learn and practice appropriate and acceptable behaviors as individuals and as a group, and effectively provides support for children with persistent challenging behaviors.
To establish positive and productive relationships with families. Candidate establishes a positive, cooperative relationship with each child's family, engages in two-way communication with families, encourages their involvement in the program, and supports the child's relationship with his or her family.
To ensure a well-run, purposeful program responsive to participant needs. Candidate is a manager who uses all available resources to ensure an effective operation. The Candidate is a competent organizer, planner, record keeper, communicator, and a cooperative coworker.
To maintain a commitment to professionalism. Candidate makes decisions based on knowledge of researched-based early childhood practices, promotes high-quality child care services, and takes advantage of opportunities to improve knowledge and competence, both for personal and professional growth and for the benefit of children and families.As a child care provider my goal to the children I serve is to advance their physical, cognitive, communication and creative development.
I will achieve my goal by providing materials for gross motor skills such as hula hoops and cones for a game of ring the cones and providing ample outdoor time for running and exploring. The CDA Competency Standards are the national standards used to evaluate a caregiver's performance with children and families during the CDA assessment process.
The Competency Standards are divided into six Competency Goals, which are statements of a general purpose or goal for caregiver behavior. The Competency Goals apply to all child care settings.
Competency Goal II To advance physical and intellectual competence To advance physical and intellectual competence I provide various amounts of equipment and activities that help promote the physical development of children.
I do this by offering activities that will allow children to use their small muscles and large muscles. The CDA Competency Standards are the national standards used to evaluate a caregiver's performance with children and families during the CDA assessment 2. Healthy 3.
Goal II. To advance physical and intellectual competence 4. Physical 5. Cognitive 6. Communicative 7. Creative. To enroll in this course, click HERE.
CDA Module 2: Advancement of Physical and Intellectual Development. Tuition: $ * Currently Enrolled Students Log-In Here * 21 hours ( CEU) of CDA Training; The CDA Modules are intended for the student that only wishes to enroll in one CDA content area.
If you need the full CDA training, then . Competency Goal 2: Steps to Advance Children's Physical and Intellectual Competence Stages of Physical Growth and Development in Toddlers .1 CEU/1 Hour) Remember that you have access to the CDA courses for one year from the date of enrollment.