Crear un ambiente apropiado para el desarrollo que toma en cuento las necesidades de sus niños y familias puede ser difícil. Esto se puede complicar cuando uno atenta ser respetuoso, vigente, y representar a otros en términos de cultura. En este módulo, vamos a compartir ideas de como aceptar un ambiente que es vigente a cultura y anti-prejuicio.
This module will review the guidelines for developmentally appropriate technology use and how to choose high quality technology tools. Included are ideas and resources for both low and high tech tools that can be used to enhance children’s experiences. Ways to manage children’s technology use and strategies to include and communicate with families about technology use will be shared. Please Note: Your progress through the modules are logged. If you are completing a module in much less time than approved by Gateways or skipping content you may not receive credit for this module.
This module reviews concepts from other modules in the environment series. Stories of both small and big changes from family child care providers will be shared to show the impact of making changes in your environment. Providers will be invited to consider changes they might make in their own environments.
In this module family child care providers will be invited to consider the ways the environment can support communication with families and the community. This module will illustrate a variety of ways to share information to communicate effectively with families as well as support your family child care business. Providers will also learn about documenting children’s learning experiences as a means of communicating children’s growth to families and also for sharing your family child care business with the community.
A family child care home needs to be a high-quality, developmentally appropriate environment for children while also balancing the needs of the provider’s family. In this module providers will be invited to explore how to organize spaces to be safe and appropriate for children of different ages to learn and play together. Considerations for choosing furniture that is appropriate for people and purpose and strategies for managing spaces with multiple uses will also be covered.
Creating a developmentally appropriate environment that balances the needs of your family and every child can be a challenge. This can be even more complex when you are working to be culturally respectful, representative and relevant. In this module we share some ideas and thoughts about how to embrace a culturally relevant and anti-bias environment. Please Note: Your progress through the modules are logged. If you are completing a module in much less time than approved by Gateways or skipping content you may not receive credit for this module.
This module will introduce the idea of appropriate technology use for young children and explore ways it can be integrated into the family child care home in developmentally appropriate ways.
In this module you will learn how to choose materials that support learning across age-levels as well as learning domains and areas. You will also explore how to plan for learning for multi-age groups and within multiple learning domains and areas of learning in the family child care home.
This module will help you understand the importance of choosing appropriate materials and managing them in the family child care environment. Materials must be safe, be interesting to multi-age groups and support learning at many levels. The way you manage materials in your home is also very important and can even have an impact on children’s behavior.