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1 Los Angeles Mission College Spring 2016 Child Development 23 Practicum in Child Development II Tuesday s 6:50pm-8:55pm Section # 3189 Instructor: Ms. Patricia Rodriguez STUDENT VISITING HOURS: I am available to meet with students the following hours: Monday: 2:00-3:00pm Tuesday: 3:00-6:35pm Wednesday: 2:00-3:00pm Los Angeles Mission College Center for Child Development Studies Office #210 CLASS PREREQUISITES: Child Development 22 or B.A. Degree/and consent from the Instructor English 28 or ESL 8 12 Units in Child Development: 4 or 7, 1,2,11 Health Examination; Verification of TB Test Bring current transcripts to class of all completed course work. Practicum Hours/Laboratory: 6 hours per week. Two days a week at approved location. 90 total hours required. (If possible at a different setting than the first semester) Please Note: Students employed at a site will be required to complete 30 hours of supervised field experience with a LAMC Mentor Teacher. This will be discussed on an individual basis. REQUIRED TEXT: Developmentally Appropriate Practice: In Early Childhood Programs, Serving Children Birth through Age 8 (3 rd edition) - National Association for the education of Young Children The Intentional Teacher: Choosing the Best Strategies for Young Children s Learning By Ann B. Epstein (Revised Edition) Early Childhood Field Experience: By Browne and Gordon- Pearson nd Edition CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION: The second semester of practicum teaching experience in a different setting, if possible, under the supervision of a master teacher or college instructor/coordinator. This course provides the practical application of theories covered in prerequisite courses. 1

2 COURSE OBJECTIVES: As a result of completing this course, students will have an understanding of and be able to carry out the following tasks: 1. Compose and articulate a professional development plan. 2. Examine teacher s rights and responsibilities as a professional in the ECE field. 3. Develop personal child development philosophy based on developmentally appropriate practices and own curriculum model. 4. Design developmentally appropriate lesson plans which meet the needs of a diverse group of children including those with special needs. 5. Demonstrate and value professional and ethical skills when working with children, families, staff and other professionals in the field. 6. Describe referral process for early intervention or special education services including generic community resources for children with developmental delays and their families. 7. Demonstrate effective teaching skills and guidance techniques based on the developmental appropriate practices. 8. Identify assessment tools and evaluate children s developmental progress/learning environments based on professionally recognized assessment tools. 9. Analyze effective approaches to resources for dealing with sensitive issues that arise with children and families as they relate to the child s school experience. 10. Examine and select strategies that promote effective communication with adults including colleagues and families. 11. Prepare and develop a professional portfolio for professional interviews, identify common interview questions in the field of ECE. 12. Identify professional development resources in the field of ECE including participation at professional events. 13. Assess one s own practicum teaching experience and implement modifications as needed. 2

3 Student Learning Outcomes: 1. Students will implement developmentally appropriate learning experiences for a group of young children 2. Students will research, design and deliver a presentation based on a professional issue that is meaningful to early childhood educators. 3. Students will organize a portfolio reflecting their professional preparation and development in the field of early childhood education. Assessment Method: 1. Students will successfully implement a minimum of four learning plans within their 90 hours of practicum 2. Students will present a written and oral presentation on a topic of their choice related to the early childhood education field 3. Students will compile and present an organized, professional portfolio to be used when interviewing for a position in an early childhood setting Institutional Learning Outcomes: 1. Problem Solving, Written and Oral Communication, Ethics, and Values, Global Awareness, Information Competency. 2. Written and Oral Communication, Global Awareness, Ethics and Values, Information Competency. 3. Written and Oral Communication, Information Competency. 3

4 Detailed assignment information will be distributed in class during the course of the semester. REQUIRED ASSIGNMENTS: Supervised Field Experience: At a place of employment or volunteering for a minimum of six hours per week, twice weekly. A total of 90 hours per semester. Students employed at a site will be required to complete 30 hours of supervised field experience with a LAMC Mentor Teacher. Daily log/weekly Journal Keep a daily log, including comments and questions about your teaching experience. 1 page in length typed and double spaced These logs must be submitted each week- 1 page in length minimum- must be typed. Learning Plans Learning Plans must be submitted in the following eight areas Students will receive a Learning Plan Template to follow Visit the Child Development Student Resource Center for academic assistance o Language and Literacy o Math o Social Studies/Anti-Bias o Physical Motor o Art o Music o Health and Nutrition o Science Four Learning Plans are due each semester :CD 22 & 23 Two learning plans must be implemented with the children in your class while the instructor is visiting in the first semester, and two in the second semester. Written plans must be submitted before the visit If the instructor does not observe the learning plans, they should be submitted after implementation in order to include an evaluation Visit the Child Development Student Resource Center. Tutors are available to assist you Group Presentations Groups will be assigned by the instructor Small groups of four students will work together to present Circle Time Ideas, tender Topics, and Staff Relations during the semester. We all learn from one another. Only by collaborating do we become open to other perspectives and experiences. Please be a responsible team player in supporting your group. It is important to be a team player by cooperating, giving each member a turn to contribute, and having equal responsibility. Active group participation is required. The process of doing this group work is a great value in learning. 4

5 Bulletin Boards Each group will design, display, and present a bulletin board in the child development classroom. Writing Assignments Each semester, several writing assignments will be given for review and discussion in class. Be sure to visit the tutors in the Child Development Student Resource Center for academic assistance. Observation and Assessment Documentation: A documentation of children s learning must be created and presented in class for evaluation and discussion. (example: DRDP) Format and requirements will be discussed in class Professional Conference or Training Students must attend one professional meeting, conference, or workshop each semester. A written and an oral summary are required. Staff in service training at your place of employment is not accepted. Required: Proof of attendance in the form of receipt, certificate, or other document must be turned in as well. Submit a reflective essay describing your experience at the conference or training. Individual Conferences Individual or group conferences will be arranged between the student and the instructor to discuss teaching experience, progress, concerns, questions, etc. These conferences are arranged during class hours. 5

6 Portfolio An individual portfolio will be required from each student completing the practicum classes. The portfolio will include, but not limited to the following elements: o Statement of Philosophy o Current Resume o Eight typed learning Plans (four each semester) o Visitation notes from instructor o Degrees, Certificates, transcripts, etc. o Awards, Recognitions o Two or more Letters of Reference- from a professional contact o College Transcripts o Examples of projects, papers, etc. may be included if you wish. o Be as creative as you wish o Submit a portfolio that is professional and well organized o The complete portfolio is due at the end of the second semester Evaluations Mid-Semester and end of semester self-evaluations Supervising teacher/director evaluation Participation Class participation is valued Active participation in all aspects of the class is very important. Be sure to exchange contact information with classmates. Call your classmates; find out what was discussed in class in case you must be absent from class. Assignments turned in late Occasionally something occurs that prevents an assignment from being submitted on time. If this delay has been discussed in advance, there is no penalty. However if work is submitted late without a previous agreement with the instructor, your grade for that assignment will be lowered. 6

7 Class Schedule Date Topic Assignment 2/9 Introduction/Orientation & Philosophy Review Books & Syllabus 2/16 Professionalism/Developing a Philosophy Logs 2/23 Curriculum Philosophies Written Assignment & Logs 3/1 Developing Curriculum Written Assignment & Logs Circle Time as Curriculum Support 3/8 Circle Time as Curriculum Support Learning Plan 1 Due Bulletin Board Logs 3/15 Group Presentations: Circle Time Written Assignment & Logs 3/22 Observation and Assessment Learning Plan 2 Due Logs Mid-Semester Self-Evaluation 3/29 Tender Topics Catch-up on work 4/5 Spring Break Catch-up on work 4/12 Individual & Group Meetings Written Assignment & Logs 4/19 Group Presentations: Tender Topics Learning Plan 3 Due Written Assignment & Logs 4/26 Interviewing and Resume Writing Written Assignment & Logs Preparation for Professionals Panel 5/3 Staff Relations Written Assignment Learning Plan 4 Due 5/10 Group Presentations: Staff Relations Written Assignment & Logs 5/17 Half Day Plan Sharing End of Semester Self-Evaluation 5/24 Sharing Field Work Experience- Celebration Dinner 5/31 Individual Meetings You did it! 7

8 Attendance: Attendance is extremely important in order to be successful in class. Please make sure you arrive to class on time and stay until the end of class. Return from class break on time. No more than 3 absences allowed through the course of the semester. Cell Phones and ipods: Please be courteous to your instructor and fellow classmates: Put your cell phone on silent mode while in class. Text messaging & browsing the internet: please check and answer your messages during the break. Use of ipods or MP3 players during class time is not appropriate. Bringing a Guest to Class: See the Instructor in advance if you would like to invite a guest or guest speaker to the class. Please plan ahead for your childcare needs. Bringing children to class is not appropriate in a college class setting. Students with Special Needs: Any student that needs special considerations due to a disability is asked to identify their need to the instructor in private by the first day of class. Special accommodations may be arranged but the instructor must be notified by the student in advance. Office Hours: I am available to meet with students: Monday s: 2:00-3:00pm Tuesday s: 3:00-6:35pm Wednesday s: 2:00-3:00pm Office location: LAMC Center for Child Development Studies Office # 210 I look forward to your visit. Emergencies: If you cannot attend class due to a personal emergency, please call or me as soon as possible. Please note: It is the student s responsibility to stay up to date with class assignments. Class Requirements: Detailed Assignment information and guidelines will be given in class -Submit all assignments in a neat and well organized manner. -All assignments must be typed and printed in black ink. -Please notify your instructor as soon as possible if you do not have access to a computer. -Having trouble with assignments? Visit the Child development Student Resource Center. -Class assignments are to be submitted in class on the due date. -Late assignments are subject to a point deduction - ing your assignment to the instructor as an attachment is not acceptable. 8

9 Los Angeles Mission College Child Development 23 Spring 2016 Tuesday s 6:50pm-8:55pm Grade Form Name: Total Points: /300 Grade: Logs: Possible 100 points (10 points each) 2/16 2/23 3/1 3/8 3/15 3/22 4/12 4/19 4/26 5/10 Individual Learning Plans: Possible 200 points (50 points each) 3/8 3/22 4/19 5/3 Site Observations: Possible 100 points (50 points each) First Observation: Second Observation: Writing Assignments: Possible 50 points (10 points each) 2/23 3/1 3/15 4/12 4/19 4/26 5/3 5/10 Small Group Presentations: (out of 5) 3/15 4/19 5/10 Bulletin Board Presentations: Possible 50 points 3/8 Professional Conference or Training: Possible 50 points Required Proof of attendance and receipt: Reflective Essay based on your experience: Evaluations: Possible 50 points each Mid-Semester Self Evaluation: Practicum hours completed: End of Semester Self evaluations: Student Evaluation: 9

10 Child Development 23 Spring 2016 Information Sheet: Part 1 Name: Address: Telephone: (cell) (home) Text Message: yes no Employment: School: Director/Principal: Address: Room # School Telephone # Ages of the Children Director /Teacher: Placement Needed: Ages of the children: Days Available: Hours Available: Child Development Certificate: Other relevant information: 10

11 Information Sheet Part 2 Please complete the following: As a teacher of young children I believe it is important to I feel best about my strengths in To be the best teacher I can be, I look forward to working on During seminar time I would like to I would like your visits to my classroom to help me on Something you should know about me is Anything else you would like to share 11

12 Child Development 23 Spring 2016 Certificate Information Sheet Name: Address: Telephone: cell: Text Message: yes no Employment: School: Director/Principal: Address: Room # School Telephone # Ages of the children: Teacher/Supervisor Certificate Information: Check the Child Development Certificate you would like to earn: Child Development Certificate (Transfer): Child Development Certificate Specializing in Infant & Toddler: Child Development Certificate Specializing in Preschool: Child Development Certificate Specializing in Bilingual/Bicultural Preschool: Child Development Certificate Specializing in Special Needs: Child Development Certificate Specializing in Family Child Care: Child Development Certificate Specializing in School-Age: Undecided: Other relevant information: 12

13 Child Development 23 Section #3189 Spring 2016 Please complete the information below. It will allow me to get to know you better. Name: Address: Cell Phone Number: What would you like to study in college? : Reason for taking this class: How many units are you enrolled in this semester? Name the classes you are enrolled in: How many Child Development classes have you previously taken? Do you work? If so, how many hours do you work per week? Where do you work? What s your first language? Do you have any special needs? Any other information you would like to share? I look forward to having you in my class. 13

14 Resources: Los Angeles Mission College Child Development Student Resource Center Online Resources

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