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ERIC Number: ED118252
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Feb-8
Pages: 64
Abstractor: N/A
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Report on the Black Colloquy.
Child Development Associate Consortium, Inc., Washington, DC.
This colloquim report contains papers submitted to the Child Development Associate (CDA) Consortium by a panel of 12 black educators who represented different disciplines and differing black perspectives. Panelists discussed the education of preschool teachers with specific reference to competency areas, training programs for preschool staff, assessment and credentialing procedures. The report gives a brief outline of proceedings of the black colloquy participant reactions and recommendations, and then presents the following papers: (1) Developing Communicative Competencies; a Black Perspective, (2) Assessment: Pitfalls and Problems without a Black Perspective, (3) Social and Psychological Implications of the CDA on the Black Community, (4) Implications of CDA on Supplementary Training, (5) A Profile of the CDA Candidate in the Black Community, (6) Competency-Based Training and Teacher Education in the Black College, (7) Evaluative Criteria for Assessment in Early Childhood Education, (8) The Role of the Community Child Development Center and the CDA, (9) Translating Black Experience Theory into Practice as it Relates to Training, (10) Is Competency Synonymous with Proficiency? (11) Cooperation, Competition and the Education of Black Children, (12) Competencies, Credentialing and the CDA Program or Maids, Miss Ann and Authentic Mothers: "My Momma Done Told Me."
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
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Sponsor: Office of Child Development (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Child Development Associate Consortium, Inc., Washington, DC.