Courses of Study: Human Services

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Human Services (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Child Services II
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1.) Apply developmental guidance techniques and strategies when providing services to children, including controlling aggressive behavior, providing and practicing praise, and positive and negative reinforcement.

Human Services (2009)
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Child Services II
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2.) Describe the importance of objective observation when assessing children's developmental progress.

Human Services (2009)
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Child Services II
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3.) Describe the impact of various parenting philosophies and their potential impact on child behavior.

Human Services (2009)
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Child Services II
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4.) Determine effective verbal, nonverbal, written, and electronic communication skills used with staff, client, and families.

Human Services (2009)
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Child Services II
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5.) Critique a written instructional plan for a child services program that includes a philosophical statement, instructional goals and strategies, and a plan for assessment of the program.

Human Services (2009)
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Child Services II
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6.) Evaluate a child services facility for space arrangement, equipment, toys, supplies, and safety hazards.

Human Services (2009)
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Child Services II
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7.) Describe the role of the director in managing a child services program.

•  Comparing functions of management, including planning, organizing, implementing, evaluating, and communicating
Human Services (2009)
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Child Services II
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8.) Analyze federal, state, and local regulations for child services programs for use in a facility.

Examples: space per child, number of toilets, fire safety features, sanitation, indoor and outdoor safety features, adherence to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) regulations

•  Comparing program accreditation and licensure procedures required for child services programs
Human Services (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Child Services II
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9.) Describe the importance of a positive work ethic for child services personnel.

Human Services (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Child Services II
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10.) Practice a first aid and emergency response plan for children and staff of a child services program.

Human Services (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Child Services II
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11.) Explain policies and procedures that address the issues of facility safety, discipline, transportation, medication, and illness of a child who is participating in a child services program.

Human Services (2009)
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Child Services II
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12.) Determine the use of technology in managing and operating a child services program.

Human Services (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Child Services II
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13.) Prepare snacks and meals for children participating in a child services program that meet the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Dietary Reference Intakes for children.

•  Practicing safety and sanitation techniques in food preparation
•  Using kitchen equipment safely
•  Analyzing nutritive values and costs of meals and snacks for children
•  Comparing dietary problems among children, including tooth decay, diabetes, and obesity
Human Services (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Child Services II
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14.) Create a business plan for a child services program, including a start-up budget, operating budget, and funding sources.

Human Services (2009)
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Child Services II
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15.) Determine strategies that promote supportive relationships between parents and caregivers.

Examples: establishing a parent reception area; distributing parent handbooks, brochures, bulletins, and newsletters; conducting parent meetings and home visits

Human Services (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Child Services II
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16.) Determine the importance of child services personnel to establish relationships with licensing and certification organizations.

Human Services (2009)
Grade(s): 9 - 12
Child Services II
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17.) Describe the chain of command and responsibilities for each employee working in a child services program.