CD11C: SUPERVISION OF ADLT
A study of the methods and principles of supervising adults in early childhood settings. Emphasis is on the role of the experienced classroom teacher who functions as a "mentor/supervisor" to teachers, aides, and other adults. This course meets the requirements for the State Child Development Permit Matrix: "2 unit adult supervision class" and the Mentor Teacher Program. Lectures, discussions, in class and out of class activities, role-play simulations, readings, individual and group assignments as well as videos and guest presenters will be used. ADVISORY: Prefer that students meet the requirements for the State Child Development Teacher Permit or completion of a college-level course of study in child development or early childhood education, or equivalent, or permission of instructor.
- Students will be able to differentiate adult learning stages
- Students will be able to set up appropriate models and guidance for aides, assistant teachers, student teachers, and adults
- Students will be able to evaluate a preschool classroom based on comparison to developmentally appropriate guidelines
- Students will be able to analyze the performances of adults in early childhood settings
- Students will be able to summarize the role of mentor in leadership and advocacy in the field of early childhood education
- Students will be able to describe and examine the role of ethics in the supervisor-supervisee relationship
- Students will be able to conduct a clinical supervision process
- Students will be able to distinguish cultural and diversity issues in the supervisee-supervisor relationship and develop appropriate strategies to avoid bias
- Students will be able to utilize a variety of communication strategies to effectively support and encourage supervisees
- Students will utilize technological resources to improve classroom environments.
- Students will be able to access resources for staff development