Measuring Performance: The Early Childhood Educator in Practice : for Those who Educate and Care for Young Children
Self-assessment is vital for personal and professional development, but it is often a neglected and difficult task to undertake. Measuring Performance: Early Childhood Educator in Practice sets the standard by which educators can optimize their performance and raise the quality of their teaching methods. It is an action tool which assists the user with a self-designed professional development plan to enhance the existing quality of individual practice, and contains respondents for desired behaviors, tasks associated with behaviors, with examples and checklists to evaluate skills. As a guide to self-evaluation and professional accountability, this proven tool offers ongoing performance solutions.
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2.1 COGNITIVE DOMAIN 2.2 AESTHETIC/CREATIVE DOMAIN 2.4 LANGUAGE/LITERACY DOMAIN 2.5 SOCIAL DOMAIN 36 Months Name 48 Months Name Action Plan activities adult APPENDIX appropriate blocks Canadian Standards Association child development children through Knowledge commitment to Preparing Communication in partnership comprehensive system Confederation College DATE OBSERVED COMMENTS demonstrate a commitment DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIORS developmental discovery learning DOMAIN continued Early Childhood Educator Educator will demonstrate emergence of knowledge Ensure Environment for Learning equipment Establish positive relationships experiential learning Facilitate the emergence Fine Motor Skills focus on play focusing Gross Motor Skills Implementation of curriculum INSTRUMENT 75 Interaction knowledge and skills Learning Partner Measuring Performance N/A ACTION Name of Child needs objects opportunities for children parents play and experiential playground practice Preparing the Environment professional development Promote an understanding Responds Review role Social Skills staff system of communication TASKS F teacher toys Yes No N/A young children