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CTE Program Banners 2021_Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Professions Instructor

Rhonda Jenkins

Highland High School
CTS

Early Childhood Education Pathway

Early Childhood Education Pathway

Early Childhood Education Courses

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36141 Parenting and Child Development - 1 Trimester – CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS                                                        10 11 12
This course is great for anyone that anticipates spending time with children in an occupation or personal life. Class emphasis is on parenting skills and choices, pregnancy and prenatal development, and stages in child development. This course is designed to strengthen parenting and guidance skills, positive family relationships, and safety and health practices. Students will learn to evaluate child care services and to explore careers related to young children. FCCLA activities will be integrated into this course. State Code 222514

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36163 Early Childhood Professions A/B - 1 Trimester 2-hr block – HHS 11 12 
Prerequisite:  Parenting and Child Development
This is a course designed to prepare students to work with young children in a variety of occupational settings related to the young child. Emphasis is on employability skills, human development, care-giving techniques, lesson planning, and management skills. Work site experiences provide opportunities to observe, plan and direct activities for young children. Articulation agreements with postsecondary technical programs provide credit and a smooth transition to further education. FCCLA activities will be integrated into this course. Students who complete this program of study course will be required to take a technical skill assessment. State Code 191530
 

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36167 * Early Childhood Professions Advanced A/B - 1 Trimester 2-hr block – HHS 12 
Prerequisite:  Early Childhood Professions A/B
A year-long course designed to prepare students to work with young children in a variety of occupational settings related to the young child. Emphasis is on employability skills, human development, care-giving techniques, lesson planning, and management skills. Work site experiences provide opportunities to observe, plan and direct activities for young children. Parenting and Child Development is a prerequisite for this course. FCCLA (Family, Community and Career Leaders of America) leadership activities are strongly tied to this course. FCCLA activities should be integrated into this course. State Code 191531