5 edition of Group child care training manual, a self-teaching approach found in the catalog.
|Statement||sponsored by Florida Group Child Care Association ; editor, Walter D. Tropf.|
|Contributions||Tropf, Walter D., 1927-, Florida Group Child Care Association.|
|LC Classifications||HV965 .G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 121 p. :|
|Number of Pages||121|
|LC Control Number||77024200|
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This manual provides an on-the-job basic orientation and training program for beginning child care workers. Content areas covered were selected by child care worker supervisors as being the most troublesome for trainees adjusting to group care responsibilities.
The training program is divided into two main parts. The first part consists of an orientation unit designed to prepare the new child. Get this from a library.
Group child care training manual, a self-teaching approach: an on-the-job basic orientation and training program for beginning child care workers. [Walter D Tropf; Florida Group Child Care Association.;].
6 Handouts: are included on separate pages so they can be easily photocopied to hand out to participants. Questions: that are centered on the page in italics are questions to ask the participants to help them reflect on stories and activities and prompt their thinking about the training modules.
Starting and Closing Rituals: have been included at the beginning and end of each session and lesson. 1 Care for Child Development Facilitator Notes Training with the module on Care for Child Development The materials to support the training module on Counsel the Family on Care for Child De velopment consist of: •ecommendations health workers and other counsellors can make to families Simple r to improve the growth, health, and development of children.
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