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1 Course Name: Child Development Department: Family and Consumer Sciences Grade(s): 9-12 Level(s): Unleveled Course Number(s): Credits:.50 Wethersfield Public Schools Course Outline Course Description: This course description also appears in the course catalogue. The physical, intellectual, social and emotional growth patterns of children, ages birth to age 5 will be investigated through lecture, seminar, observation and lab techniques. Additional topics such as children with special needs, children s literature, children s art, and early childhood education will be explored. Direct work experience with preschoolers is also included in our preschool lab. Required Instructional Materials: Name, author, date. (publisher and edition) The Developing Child, Brisbane, 2010 (Glencoe McGraw Hill) Student Workbook for The Developing Child Revised/Approval Date: July 2011 Approved Administrative Team January 11, 2012 Approved Student Programs and Services March 6, 2012 Approved Board of Education March 13, 2012 Authors/Contributors: Judith Bridges Child Development Page 1

2 Overarching Skills This section includes 21 st Century skills and discipline focused skills such as inquiry skills, problem solving skills, research skills, etc. These objectives should be taught and assessed through the integration of the other units. This unit is not meant to be taught in isolation as a separate unit. Title: Enduring Understandings Heredity and environment are two main influences on development. The foundation of future development is established early in life. There are specific care-giving practices and support systems that can maximize early human growth and development Informed decision making is a process that requires the collection and evaluation of information before making decisions. Predictable characteristics of development can help caregivers to make informed decisions about caring for children. There are identifiable conditions that impact the well-being of children and families. Essential Questions.How are physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development interrelated? How does heredity and environment impact the development of a child? Why is the understanding of the characteristics of development important in our study of children? What makes a parent/caregiver effective? How do you foster positive development in children? What care-giving/ practices create a nurturing environment for children? What techniques can caregivers use to model appropriate behavior for children? What are the best parenting/caregiving practices available to maximize a child s ability to thrive and grow as a family and societal member? Objectives (skills) (Show link to standards in parenthesis after objective) The student will: S.1. acquire knowledge to affect the positive growth and development of children S.2. observe children at home or in a preschool setting S.3. identify classroom concepts as they relate to experiences with children S.4. obtain, interpret, and understand basic health information to benefit children s wellness S.5. using available information to make appropriate health-related decisions S.6. understanding preventive health measures, including proper diet, nutrition, exercise, risk avoidance and stress reduction S.7. be open and responsive to new and diverse perspectives; incorporate group input and feedback into the work S.8. use various types of reasoning as appropriate to the situation S.9. reflect critically on learning experiences and processes S.10. articulate thoughts and ideas effectively using oral, written, and nonverbal communication skills in a variety of forms and contexts S.11. use a wide range of idea creation techniques S.12. act on creative ideas to make a tangible and useful activity in the preschool classroom S.13. assume shared responsibility for collaborative work, and value the individual contributions made by each team member Child Development Page 2

3 Instructional Support Materials Related video/dvd s Preschool laboratory Guidelines from national organizations such as: National Education of Young Children and American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Brochures and pamphlets from a variety of hospitals and medical organizations Observation manual for The Developing Child Suggested Instructional Strategies Class presentations Discuss personal experience Case studies Class discussions Chapter study questions Skits role play Posters Writing assignments Observations of children Preschool lab Model and guide the effective decision making process Internet searches on current issues related to children Suggested Assessment Methods (Include use of school-wide analytic and course specific rubrics) Chapter tests Persuasive writing Class discussions Current event reports School wide rubrics Presentations Observation and lab reports Child Development Page 3

4 Unit 1: Newborn and Postnatal Care Time Frame: January Length of Unit: 1 week Enduring Understandings The foundation of future development is established early in life. Family support systems can maximize early human growth and development Essential Questions What kinds of assistance do new parents need? Why is it important to assess the wellness of both the mother and the newborn immediately after birth? Why is bonding essential to the wellbeing of the newborn? Objectives (knowledge and skills) (Show link to standards in parenthesis after objective) The student will: 1.1. explore postnatal needs of mother and child 1.2. describe newborn reflexes and physical attributes 1.3.recognize ways family members and friends can assist new parents Connections to State Standards Connecticut Career and Technical Education Performance Standards & Competencies, 2011 Edition A. Family and Consumer Sciences Skills: Develop a common core of skills related to Family and Consumer Sciences Education 5. Describe the roles of teamwork and leadership skills in the family, workplace, and community. D. Strategies for Promoting Growth & Development: Analyze strengths that promote growth and development during childhood. 12. Explain the role of nurturance on the growth and development of children. 14. Explain the role of support systems in meeting the growth and development needs of children. H. Pre-Parenting Factors: Analyze physical and emotional factors related to beginning the parenting process. 26. Identify biological processes related to prenatal development, birth, and health of child, mother and father. 27. Describe biological and environmental factors that affect the health of the child and parents. 28. Explain the emotional factors of prenatal development and birth in relation to the health of the parents and child. Instructional Support Materials Related videos/dvd s Baby Think It Over simulator for demonstrations Current periodicals such as Parenting, Parents, Pregnancy and Newborn, and American Baby Magazines Suggested Instructional Strategies Writing assignments Case studies Class discussions Demonstrations Child Development Page 4

5 Suggested Assessment Methods (Include use of school-wide analytic and course specific rubrics) School wide rubrics Demonstration observations Child Development Page 5

6 Unit 2: Preschool Lab Time Frame: February/March/April/May Length of Unit: 1 day per week Enduring Understandings There are specific parenting practices and conditions that can maximize early childhood growth and development. There are identifiable conditions that impact the well-being of children and families. Effective parenting/care-giving is a commitment that requires maturity. Essential Questions What makes a parent/caregiver effective? How do you foster positive development in children? What care-giving practices create a nurturing environment for children? What techniques can caregivers use to model appropriate behavior for children? Objectives (knowledge and skills) (Show link to standards in parenthesis after objective) The student will: 2.1.determine positive methods of guiding children s behavior 2.2.differentiate between objective and subjective observations 2.3. plan and present activities for preschool children 2.4. organize and maintain a safe environment for preschool children Connections to State Standards Connecticut Career and Technical Education Performance Standards & Competencies, 2011 Edition A. Family and Consumer Sciences Skills: Develop a common core of skills related to Family and Consumer Sciences Education 4. Identify and demonstrate communication skills that contribute to positive relationships. 5. Describe the roles of teamwork and leadership skills in the family, workplace, and community. F. Parenting Practices: Evaluate parenting practices that maximize human growth and development. 20. Describe communication strategies that promote positive self-esteem in children. 21. Analyze common practices and emerging research about discipline on human growth and development. L. Safe & Healthy Learning Environment: Plan a safe and healthy learning environment for children. 44. Describe methods to manage physical space to maintain a safe and healthy learning environment. 45. Describe and implement strategies to teach children health, safety, and sanitation habits. 48. Identify basic health practices and disease prevention procedures for workers and children regarding childhood illness and communicable diseases. 49. Identify and plan security and emergency procedures. M. Positive Collaborative Relationships: Demonstrate techniques for positive collaborative relationships with children. 50. Establish developmentally appropriate guidelines for behavior. 52. Identify interpersonal skills that promote positive and productive relationships with children [and families]. 53. Determine methods for communicating information to parents Child Development Page 6

7 Instructional Support Materials Preschool laboratory Observation manual for The Developing Child Lesson Planning Resources books and internet Current periodicals such as Parenting, Parents, Pregnancy and Newborn, and American Baby Magazines Suggested Instructional Strategies Observations of children Preschool laboratory Lesson creation and presentation Suggested Assessment Methods (Include use of school-wide analytic and course specific rubrics) School wide rubrics - presentations Observation completion Appropriate preparations and behavior Child Development Page 7

8 Unit 3: Infant Development Time Frame: February/March/April Length of Unit: 9 weeks Enduring Understandings The foundation of future development is established early in life. Developmental theorists provide insights and explanations of the stages of child development. The quality of parenting provided by caregivers has a tremendous influence on all areas of development. Lifetime eating habits are established early in life. There are identifiable conditions that impact the well-being of children and families. Essential Questions How does understanding development promote positive caregiving? How do parental decisions made at birth affect later development? How do caregiver s behaviors impact the development of children? How do caregivers establish nutritious eating habits in children? How do caregivers benefit from understanding developmental theories? Objectives (knowledge and skills) (Show link to standards in parenthesis after objective) The student will: 3.1. describe physical growth and development during the first year 3.2. analyze patterns in all types of development 3.3. demonstrate how to bathe and diaper a baby 3.4. identify an infant s nutritional needs 3.5. demonstrate how to hold and feed a baby 3.6. explain how sensory stimulation affects an infant s intellectual development 3.7. relate Piaget s stages of learning to the cognitive development of the infant 3.8. explain the importance of understanding the emotional and social development of an infant 3.9. explore and evaluate the characteristics of age appropriate toys for infants model and guide effective decision making process research current issues related to infant development such as child abuse and neglect Connections to State Standards Connecticut Career and Technical Education Performance Standards & Competencies, 2011 Edition B. Principles of Human Growth & Development: Analyze principles of human growth and development during childhood. 6. Explain physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development. 7. Describe interrelationships among physical, emotional, social, and intellectual aspects of human growth and development. C. Factors Affecting Human Growth & Development: Analyze conditions that influence human growth and development during childhood. 8. Describe the impact of heredity and environment on human growth and development during childhood. D. Strategies for Promoting Growth & Development: Analyze strengths that promote growth and development during childhood. 12. Explain the role of nurturance on the growth and development of children. Child Development Page 8

9 13. Explain the role of communication on the growth and development of children. F. Parenting Practices: Evaluate parenting practices that maximize human growth and development. 20. Describe communication strategies that promote positive self-esteem in children. 21. Analyze common practices and emerging research about discipline on human growth and development. J. Developmentally Appropriate Practices: Analyze developmentally appropriate practices to plan for early childhood, education and childcare services. 36. Explain child development theories and their implications for educational and childcare practices. Instructional Support Materials Baby Think It Over simulators for demonstrations Current research on brain development Preschool laboratory Brochures and pamphlets from a variety of hospitals and medical organizations Observation manual for The Developing Child Current periodicals such as Parenting, Parents, Pregnancy and Newborn, and American Baby Magazines Suggested Instructional Strategies Demonstrations Persuasive writing Writing prompts Class discussions Chapter study questions Model and guide the effective decision making process Internet searches on current issues related to children Observations Suggested Assessment Methods (Include use of school-wide analytic and course specific rubric Chapter tests School wide rubrics Presentations Current event reports Persuasive writing on feeding options, naps, and substitute child care Child Development Page 9

10 Unit 4: Toddler and Preschool Development Time Frame: April/May/June Length of Unit: 7 weeks Enduring Understanding The quality of parenting provided by caregivers has a tremendous influence on all areas of development. Lifetime eating habits are established early in life. There are identifiable conditions that impact the well-being of children and families. Development proceeds at an individual rate and builds on earlier learning. Essential Questions How does understanding development promote positive caregiving? How do caregiver s behaviors impact the development of children? How do caregivers influence the eating habits of children? How do children learn through experiences? What does play is children s work mean? How can adults guide children so they can safely and successfully explore their expanding world? How can understanding children s development help prevent child abuse and neglect? Objectives (knowledge and skills) (Show link to standards in parenthesis after objective) The student will: 4.1. describe physical growth and development during ages one to five 4.2. analyze patterns in all types of development 4.3. identify nutritional needs 4.4. explain the importance of understanding the emotional and social development of ages one to five 4.5. explore and evaluate the characteristics of age appropriate toys for ages one to five 4.6. describe an environment that promotes healthy development 4.7. explain the impact of role models on children 4.8. analyze the causes and prevention of child abuse and neglect 4.9. explain the impact of play on children s learning identify signs of intellectual, emotional, and social growth in children identify the process of language development Connections to State Standards Connecticut Career and Technical Education Performance Standards & Competencies, 2011 Edition B. Principles of Human Growth & Development: Analyze principles of human growth and development during childhood. 6. Explain physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development. 7. Describe interrelationships among physical, emotional, social, and intellectual aspects of human growth and development. C. Factors Affecting Human Growth & Development: Analyze conditions that influence human growth and development during childhood. 8. Describe the impact of heredity and environment on human growth and development during childhood. D. Strategies for Promoting Growth & Development: Analyze strengths that promote growth and development during childhood. 12. Explain the role of nurturance on the growth and development of children. Child Development Page 10

11 13. Explain the role of communication on the growth and development of children. F. Parenting Practices: Evaluate parenting practices that maximize human growth and development. 20. Describe communication strategies that promote positive self-esteem in children. 21. Analyze common practices and emerging research about discipline on human growth and development. 22. Determine the possible impacts of abuse and neglect on children and families and describe methods for prevention. 23. Determine criteria for selecting care and services for children. J. Developmentally Appropriate Practices: Analyze developmentally appropriate practices to plan for early childhood, education and childcare services. 36. Explain child development theories and their implications for educational and childcare practices. K. Integration of Curriculum: Demonstrate integration of curriculum and instruction to meet children s developmental needs and interests. 43. Determine and demonstrate methods to establish activities, routines, and transitions. L. Safe & Healthy Learning Environment: Plan a safe and healthy learning environment for children. 44. Describe methods to manage physical space to maintain a safe and healthy learning environment. 45. Describe and implement strategies to teach children health, safety, and sanitation habits. 46. Identify methods for planning for the nutritional needs of children. 47. Describe the process for recognizing and reporting suspected child abuse and neglect. 48. Identify basic health practices and disease prevention procedures for workers and children regarding childhood illness and communicable diseases. 49. Identify and plan security and emergency procedures. M. Positive Collaborative Relationships: Demonstrate techniques for positive collaborative relationships with children. 50. Establish developmentally appropriate guidelines for behavior. 51. Describe problem-solving methods and skills used with children. 52. Identify interpersonal skills that promote positive and productive relationships with children [and families]. Instructional Support Materials Current periodicals such as Parenting and Parents Magazines Preschool laboratory Related videos/dvd s Guidelines from national organizations such as: National Association of the Education of Young Children and the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Brochures and pamphlets from a variety of hospitals and medical organizations Observation manual for The Developing Child Suggested Instructional Strategies Reinforce decision making process Modeling effective communication with children Case Studies Class discussions Chapter study questions Internet searches on current issues Preschool laboratory Observations Child Development Page 11

12 Suggested Assessment Methods (Include use of school-wide analytic and course specific rubrics) Chapter tests School wide rubrics Presentations Current event reports Writing assignments on essential questions Observation and lab reports Child Development Page 12

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