Cd 38 chapter 13 pp.ppt revised oct 2016

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  • Chapter 13: Contributing to the ProfessionPlanning and Administering Early Childhood ProgramsTenth EditionNancy FreemanCelia A. DeckerJohn R. Decker

    Prepared by:Nancy K. FreemanTere HolmesKris Curtis

    Adapted by: Katy Kelley

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    Freeman/Decker/Decker, Planning and Administering Early Childhood Programs, 10e 2012, 2008, 2005, 2001, 1995 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved

    13-*Characteristics of ProfessionsBelow are some of the attributes regarding whether an occupation is moving toward a profession:Having specialized knowledgeRigorous requirements for entryFollows standards of a practiceProvides a vital serviceGuided by a code of ethics

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    Freeman/Decker/Decker, Planning and Administering Early Childhood Programs, 10e 2012, 2008, 2005, 2001, 1995 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved

    13-*Where does Early Care and Education lie on the professional continuum?

    Specialized Professions, such asdoctors, lawyers, etc.Occupations that typically do not require any experience or specialized skills

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    Freeman/Decker/Decker, Planning and Administering Early Childhood Programs, 10e 2012, 2008, 2005, 2001, 1995 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved

    13-*NAEYC Code of Professional Ethics1st adopted in 1989Revised in 1992, 1997, and 2005Reaffirmed and Updated, 2011Supplements extend the CodeAdult Educators (2004)Program Administrators (2006)Reaffirmed and Updated, 2011

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    NAEYC Code of Ethics Activity Select 1 ideal or principle from each of the NAEYC Code of Ethics-4 Sections (see below), that has a personal value to you & explain why with your partner or small group. Section I-Ethical Responsibilities to ChildrenSection II-Ethical Responsibilities to FamiliesSection III-Ethical Responsibilities to Colleagues Section IV-Ethical Responsibilities to Community & Society

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    13-*Becoming an advocateIndividual advocacyAdvocacy for specific children or familiesSharing your informed views with individuals or groups to raise their awareness about an issueCollective advocacy: Involves professionals working together on half of a group of people.Public policy advocacy-Influence public policy & practicesPrivate-sector advocacy-Includes efforts to make the workplace more family friendly (i.e., employer-sponsored child care)

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    13-*What are the contents of an advocates toolbox?Position statements of professional organizations- A formalized stance on issues related to its mission (i.e., NAEYC) Briefing papers-Typically describes the problem and a proposed policy Talking points-Short & to the point, which includes sound bites based on the position Key facts handouts-Basic facts regarding the issue

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    Freeman/Decker/Decker, Planning and Administering Early Childhood Programs, 10e 2012, 2008, 2005, 2001, 1995 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved

    What are the contents of an advocates toolbox? (continued)Concrete examples to demonstrate the importance of an issue & the recommendationsAction Alerts-Tools advocates use to mobilize their support network (i.e., emails to encourage a vote in support of a bill under consideration)

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    Freeman/Decker/Decker, Planning and Administering Early Childhood Programs, 10e 2012, 2008, 2005, 2001, 1995 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved

    Video Clip-Be an Early Childhood Advocate

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    The Ounce (overview) Who We Are Since 1982, the Ounce of Prevention Fund has persistently pursued a single goal: that all American childrenparticularly those born into povertyhave quality early childhood experiences in the crucial first five years of life. - See more at: http://www.theounce.orgPolicy/Advocacy The Ounceworks to ensure that public policies and adequate funding are in place to give vulnerable children access to voluntary, high-quality early childhood programs.13-*

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    Reflection 13-*When you hear the word advocate, what comes to mind?How are you an early childhood advocate?

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    13-*Important ConsiderationsSome agencies or organizations do not permit their employees to take a public stand on controversial issues.Be certain you are following your employers policies related to advocacy activities. If you cant speak out publically you might share information with friends and family they might become inspired advocates.

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    13-*Helping others enter the professionBe a resource for potential early childhood professionalsWelcome student teachers, interns, etc.Be a Mentor Encourage emerging leaders

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    Video Clip-Administration & Supervision/Mentoring 13-*

    Freeman/Decker/Decker, Planning and Administering Early Childhood Programs, 10e 2012, 2008, 2005, 2001, 1995 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved

    Reflection (in pairs) Regarding Video ClipWhat strategies did the mentor use that you feel were effective?Was there anything else that she could have added or done differently?What ways do you mentor others?

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    13-*Contribute to the profession by welcoming researchResearch that has been approved by an appropriate Institutional Review Board (IRB). This includes the review of procedures to obtain consent and to ensure privacy of participantsAction Research-Which is sometimes called teacher research (i.e., teachers explore practical questions within their work to enhance practices)

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    Follow-up Read Chapter 13 & review this weeks PowerPoint Continue to work on Assignment-Family Engagement Plan and Workshop Presentation Summary-due on 11/29Prepare for Quiz # 3-Chapters 12 & 13-due on 12/13

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