Developmentally Appropriate Practices in Early Education 1.13

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It’s important that all educators strive to provide an early education program that is conducive to the needs and levels of the children within their class.  This three-hour course looks at the meaning behind developmentally appropriate practice and how to provide a classroom that is developmentally appropriate for the children.  We look at each developmental age level, how developmentally appropriate practices originated, how to provide appropriate decision-making, create a caring and equitable community of learners within the classroom, and explaining what the difference between a DAP classroom and one that is not.  We also look into how observation and assessment is key within DAP and how to plan and teach for this environment.

This course:

Training Level 1

Training Hours 3

Core Content 1

CDA Content 8

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