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ERIC Number: ED159372
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: N/A
Pages: 204
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Home Economics Education Guide for Occupational Child Care.
Dewald, Margaret R.
Designed to assist home economics teachers in providing a training program to prepare high school students for jobs in the child care field, this curriculum guide contains a two-year course of study in occupational child care. In the first year, the following nine topics are outlined: (1) an orientation to the philosophies and overview of careers in occupational child care; (2) operational procedures such as clerical duties; (3) basic child development of toddlers and preschoolers; (4) learning activities for children, including basic academic subjects, motor development, and play; (5) program planning; (6) guidance techniques; (7) self-concept and development, stressing the influence of the family; (8) food and nutrition for children; and (9) safety and health, including first aid. The second year encompasses the following subjects: preparation for the world of work; exploring careers in child care; basic child development of infants and school-age children; exceptional children; child abuse and neglect; theories of early children education; selection and arrangement of equipment; and first aid and personal safety. For each topic the concept, performance objectives, generalizations, competencies, suggested learning activities, criterion-referenced tests, and suggested references are listed. An in-depth bibliography is included at the end, preceded by three appendixes containing information on Home Economics Related Occupations (HERO), a vocational youth organization; community advisory committees; and cooperative occupational home economics. (ELG)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
Sponsor: Virginia State Dept. of Education, Richmond. Home Economics Education Service.
Authoring Institution: Virginia Polytechnic Inst. and State Univ., Blacksburg. Div. of Vocational-Technical Education.
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Note: For a related document see CE 017 265 ; Colored paper may not reproduce clearly