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1 Montgomery College Workforce Development & Continuing Education Register Today! Early Childhood Education Fall 2015 Course Schedule Informational, innovative, and inspiring courses to help early childhood educators foster their love of learning and improve their instructional skills.

2 FALL 2015 Class Schedule at a Glance by Date Course Name Course # CRN # Days Dates Time Campus Page Child Development Child Growth and Development ECH T,R 9/8 10/27 6:30 9:40 p.m. R 4 Child Growth and Development ECH S 9/5 10/24 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. WHPL 4 Child Growth and Development ECH M,W 9/ :40 4:45 p.m. TK 4 Brain Buzz-Undestanding Brain Functioning ECH W 9/16 GBTC 4 Implementing the Fundamentals of NAEYC Developmentally Appropriate Practices ECH T,R 12/1 12/3 R 4 Integrating Math and Leteracy into Daily Activities ECH M 11/12 WHPL 4 Montessori: Teaching Math Concepts ECH M 10/26 6:30 9:30 p.m. GBTC 5 Montessori: Using Phonics ECH S 9/26 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. GBTC 5 Community Creating a Peaceful Classroom ECH M 10/19 G 5 Everybody Plays, Everybody Wins: Gross Motor Skills ECH M 9/21 G 5 Curriculum Infant and Toddler Development & Curriculum Planning ECH T,R 9/29 11/17 R 6 Caregivers and School Readiness ECH M 11/9 GBTC 5 Creative Storyboarding ECH R 9/24 WHPL 5 Developmental Assessments for Children 6 Weeks to 5 Years ECH W 10/14 WHPL 6 Earth Science: Volcanos Are Hot! ECH S 9/19 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. R 6 Everyday Science for the Inquiring Young Mind ECH R 10/15 R 6 Linking Multicultural Literature and Art: A Hands-On Approach ECH S 12/12 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. R 6 Rainy Day Fun with Little Ones ECH W 10/7 GBTC 7 Planning Curricula for Child Care ECH T,R 10/29 12/22 R 7 Planning Curricula for Child Care ECH S 10/24 12/9 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. WHPL 7 Planning Curricula for Child Care ECH M,W 11/2 12/21 1:40 4:45 p.m. TK 7 The 3 R s: Design Your Learning Centers to Include Mathematics and Literacy ECH S 9/26 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. GBTC 7 Water, Water, Everywhere! ECH S 12/12 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. GBTC 8 Take the Mystery Out of Montessori ECH S 10/3 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. GBTC 7 Taking Learning Outside ECH S 10/3 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. R 7 Health, Safety, and Nutrition Medication Administration Training ECH S 10/17 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. GBTC 8 Medication Administration Training ECH T,R 12/8 12/10 WHPL 8 Emergency Preparedness Training ECH S 10/24 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. R 8 Nutrition for Healthy Children: Module II ECH R 11/5 WHPL 8 Fun with Food - Meaningful Mealtimes with Young Children ECH S 11/14 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. R 8

3 Professionalism Family Child Care: Pre-Service Module Series ECH M,T,W,R,F 10/19 10/29 6 9:40 p.m. GBTC 9 Communication Skills for Child Care Professionals ECH M,W 11/ WHPL 9 Conflict Resolution Strategies ECH S 11/6 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. GBTC 9 Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential Assess. Prep. ECH T,R 9/15 10/15 R 9 Parents and Teachers Talking Together ECH S 10/10 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. GBTC 9 Special Needs Including All Children and the ADA ECH T 11/10 R 9 Including All Children and the ADA ECH W 9/30 WHPL 9 Educación preescolar en español Desarrollo infantil (Child Development) Crecimiento y desarrollo infantil ECS S 9/5 10/24 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. R 10 Disciplina en el aula Montessori NEW ECS S 12/5 9:30 a.m. 1:10 p.m. R 11 Filosofía del método Montessori de enseñanza ECS S 9/12 9:30 a.m. 1:10 p.m. R 11 Matemáticas segun el método Montessori ECS S 10/10 9:30 a.m. 1:10 p.m. R 11 Método Montessori de lengua y lectoescritura ECS S 11/14 9:30 a.m. 1:10 p.m. R 11 Comunicdad (Community) Diversidad en el ambiente escolar ECS T 9/22 WHPL 10 Currículo (Curriculum) Planificación de currículos para centros de cuidado infantil ECS S /19 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. R 10 Ciencias naturales para preescolares ECS S 11/21 9 a.m. 1:10 p.m. WHPL 10 Preparandonos para la escuela ECS S 10/17 9 a.m. 1:10 p.m. GBTC 10 Necesidades especiales (Special Needs) Integrando a niños con discapacidades en el aula ECS R 10/1 WHPL 11 Comunicación con el niño autista ECS M,W 10/19 10/21 7 9:10 p.m. R 11 Trabajando con niños con ADHD ECS S 9/26 9 a.m. 1:10 p.m. R 11 Profesionalidad (Professionalism) Técnicas de comunicación ECS T,R 10/13 10/20 R 12 Salud, seguridad, nutrición ( Health, Safety, and Nutrition) Adminsitración de medicamentos ECS M,W 12/14 12/16 WHPL 12 Adminsitración de medicamentos ECS S 10/24 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. GBTC 12 Preparación para emergencias ECS S 11/7 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. WHPL 12 Nutrición para niños saludables: Módulo II ECS R 11/12 WHPL 12 Campus Key G= Germantown GBTC= R= WHPL= NWHS=Northwest High School Day Key M=Monday T=Tuesday W=Wednesday R=Thursday F=Friday S=Saturday U=Sunday

4 Child Development Brain Buzz-Understanding Brain Functioning What do our brains look like? What are the different parts of the brain? What do we know about the way our brains develop? How can we learn more? This introduction to the physiology of the human brain teaches you how the growing brain can help prepare a child for new experiences at different stages of life. This class will introduce students to resources for learning more about brain functioning. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH089 CRN#: Session 9/16 W 401 Child Growth and Development Learn the principles of child growth and development necessary for working in programs that serve children from infancy through age eight. Social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development of young children and the implications of these areas of growth and development on group care are emphasized. This class provides the first 45 of the 90 classroom hours needed to become a teacher in programs licensed by the MSDE Office of Child Care Licensing. For the second 45 hours, see Planning Curricula for Child Care. (4.5 CEUs) Space is limited, so register early. Textbooks included in fees. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH Hours $175 + $210 fee = $385; Non-Md. residents add $160 CRN#: Sessions 9/8 10/27 T,R 215 SB Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus CRN#: Sessions 9/9 10/28 M,W 121 HC 1:40 4:45 p.m. CRN#: Sessions 9/5 10/24 S 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Last class on 10/24 will be held 9 a.m. 12 p.m. Implementing the Fundamentals of NAEYC Developmentally Appropriate Practices The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) created a blueprint for working with children aged birth through eight years entitled Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP). This valuable booklet presents a set of carefully articulated child developmental stages, combined with appropriate instructional strategies for nurturing and instructing specific age groups. This document is a vital and practical resource for teachers working in early learning environments. Join us in examining and discussing these valuable tools to improve professional behaviors and become a more effective teacher. (0.6 CEUs: 3 hours Child Dev., 3 hours Prof.) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH179 6 Hours $40 + $50 fee = $90; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Sessions 12/1 12/3 T,R 117 SB Integrating Math and Literacy into Daily Activities Teachers are pressured to teach reading, writing and arithmetic to young children at early ages. There is a tendency to take math and language skills out of the natural play settings within the daily activity schedule and introduce them as stand alone learning goals. This class offers suggestions for re- integrating numeracy and literacy concepts into the learning environment through fun, practical, relevant methods. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH286 2 Hours $20 + $30 fee = $50; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 11/2 M 6:30 8:40 p.m. 4

5 Montessori: Teaching Math Concepts Using the Montessori Method, children work hands-on with learning materials that make abstract concepts become clear and concrete. In this session, emphasis is placed on Montessori s method of introducing Pre-Kindergarten number concepts, including values, addition and subtraction, decimals, and value placement. You will actively participate in learning how to create activities and play math games using common daily life items found in our homes and classrooms. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH209 CRN#: Session 10/26 M 403 Montessori: Using Phonics The Montessori Method uses a tactile, kinesthetic approach to phonetics that makes it possible for children to learn to sound out words at a very early age. Children will gain the ability to read longer phonetic words, non-phonetic words, and sentences, as they gain mastery at foundational developmental levels. In this session, emphasis is placed upon the Montessori way of introducing phonics to pre-readers. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH210 CRN#: Session 9/26 S 402 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Community Creating a Peaceful Classroom This class will focus on communication and guidance strategies where two-way dialogue leads to positive involvement and more peaceful interactions. Learn about relaxation techniques and activities that help create a peaceful and cooperative classroom community. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH178 $20 + $30 fee = $50; Non-Md. residents add $50 Germantown Campus CRN#: Session 10/19 M 171 HS Everybody Plays, Everybody Wins: Gross Motor Skills Learn noncompetitive gross-motor games and activities that build physical strength and awareness, language skills, release energy, and support peer cooperation. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH176 $20 + $30 fee = $50; Non-Md. residents add $50 Germantown Campus CRN#: Session 9/21 M 169 HS Curriculum Caregivers and School Readiness Learn the many ways caregivers can help children prepare for school readiness, such as social and physical development, language, and literacy. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH095 $20 + $30 fee = $50; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 11/9 M 401 Creative Storyboarding Stories make up the world around us. Storytellers are the most ancient literacy messengers in history. Stories help young children to organize their feelings and lives, and to make connections with their experiences. This class will help teachers make language come alive through materials such as puppets, flannel board pieces, and tactile picture symbols. Take storytelling to a new dimension and help children express themselves through language and exposure to classic literature. Sometimes, a picture is worth a thousand words. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH153 CRN#: Session 9/24 R 210E 5

6 Developmental Assessments for Children Six Weeks to Five Years Explore basic milestones of child growth and development for young children from early infancy to age five years. Three frameworks for observing, evaluating, and documenting children s developmental level will be examined and discussed. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH070 CRN#: Session 10/14 W Earth Sciences: Volcanoes Are Hot! This course is designed for professionals in the early childhood education career field to introduce topics of Earth sciences. The content includes facts and pictures describing the origin and activity of volcanos. The volcano was named after a god of fire (Vulcan) in Roman Mythology. Volcanoes are land forms where molten rock erupts through the surface of the planet Earth. Join this class to take geological science to a new level in your preschool education program. This class provides particpants with books, posters, and classroom activities, including directions for replicating a volcanic eruption! Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH279 CRN#: Session 9/19 S 111 HU 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Infant and Toddler Development and Curriculum Planning Learn the theory and practice of caring for infants and toddlers in a group setting. Topics include significance of the early years; learning and development in infants and toddlers; appropriate activities and interactions; and the health, safety, and nutritional needs of infants and toddlers. Completion of this course meets the Maryland state requirement for the position of an infant/toddler teacher in a child care center or family child care setting. Textbook included in fees. (4.5 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH Hours $175 + $210 fee = $385; Non-Md. residents add $160 CRN#: Sessions 9/29 11/17 T,R 004 SB Linking Multicultural Literature and Art: A Hands-On Approach Teachers and child care providers will examine and analyze five different multicultural books to help teach young children about cultures. Five separate art projects will be made during class. These activities support the multicultural story lines and bring the stories to life for children. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH047 CRN#: Session 12/12 S 112 PE 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Everyday Science for the Inquiring Young Mind This is for all staff who don t know the answers but want to know how to ask the questions! You will explore the process of scientific inquiry. This workshop will provide teachers with the tools and practice to integrate scientific inquiry into all areas of the classroom. Level 1 (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH018 CRN#: Session 10/15 R 135 PE 6

7 Planning Curricula for Child Care This course provides you with principles of curriculum planning for programs serving children from infancy through age eight. Activities, methods, and materials appropriate to the areas of curriculum in an early childhood program are emphasized. Attention is given to staff and parent communication and community resources. This course provides the second 45 of the 90 classroom hours needed to become a teacher in programs licensed by the MSDE Office of Child Care Licensing. Prerequisite: Students must complete Child Growth and Development prior to registering for this course. Text included in fees. (4.5 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH Hours $175 + $210 fee = $385; Non-Md. residents add $160 CRN#: Sessions 10/29 12/22 T,R 206 SB No class 11/26 Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus CRN#: Sessions 11/2 12/21 M,W 121 HC 1:40 4:45 p.m. CRN#: Sessions 10/24 12/19 S No class 11/28 12:30 3:30 p.m. (10/24 only) 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. (10/31 12/19) Rainy Day Fun with Little Ones It s been raining for days and the children have had too much inside time. How can you help them expend the pent up energy they have? Make a tent, make an obstacle course, make a mobile, play hide and seek just do something, fast, before the lid blows! This class provides teachers with a magic box just for rainy days. (.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH148 CRN#: Session 10/7 W 402 Take the Mystery Out of Montessori Participants will gain an understanding of the principles behind the Montessori Method through an overview of the classroom environment and an introduction to its most popular materials. For parents and educators of children aged two to six. (0.3 CEUs)Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH204 CRN#: Session 10/3 S 401 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Taking Learning Outside Children enjoy the sensory stimulation of the natural world. So, take your teaching talents out of the box. This course is designed to enhance the professional performance of teachers in the career field of early childhood education through thoughtful extension of conducting activities outside the classroom. The course provides instruction on designing outdoor play and learning environments to enhance cognitive, social, and physical development. Interactions will include rationale for selections of outdoor equipment and educational materials. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH272 $20 + $30 fee = $50; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 10/3 S 105 HU 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. The 3 R s: Design Your Learning Centers to Include Mathematics and Literacy Teachers are pressured to teach reading, writing, and arithmetic to young children at early ages. There is a tendency to take math and language skills out of the natural play settings and introduce them as stand-alone learning goals. This class re-integrates numeracy and literacy concepts into the entire learning environment in fun, practical ways. This class offers many useful strategies to teaching the 3 R s to young children. (0.6 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH144 6 Hours $40 + $50 fee = $90; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 9/26 S a.m. 3:30 p.m. 7

8 Water, Water, Everywhere! This class examines the properties of water and the value of water as a life giving resource. Some basic facts include that 2/3 s of the Earth s surface is made up of water and that every human body is comprised of approximately 80% water. This class will investigate water in fun ways to assist teachers of young children in designing science lessons. Join us in an exploration of water in a variety of modalities such as engaging activities with dry ice, water crystals, jelly marbles, spray bottles, and instant snow powder. We will help children to develop new vocabulary concepts and words, understand the three different states of water (liquid, solid, vapor), and make relevant connections to everyday life using water. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH268 CRN#: Session 12/12 S 442 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Health, Safety, and Nutrition Emergency Preparedness Training This course provides information about handling emergency situations beyond the everyday bumps and bruises that occur in child care settings. The class focuses on development of a comprehensive and specific written emergency plan to follow in the event of a local, state, or national emergency. This plan may be developed for center-based care settings, family child care homes, and informal provider programs. The course includes an emergency backpack, which includes materials, procedures, and local and national contact information for all participants. With young children s lives at stake, all care providers have the responsibility to be prepared. (0.6 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH172 6 Hours $15 fee only CRN#: Session 10/24 S 106 HU 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Fun with Food Meaningful Mealtimes with Young Children Young children need frequent nutritious snacks and meals to keep them healthy and happy. Learn how to make these food experiences pleasant. Learn how concepts and conversations can be nurtured and directed during meals. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH054 CRN#: Session 11/14 S 004 SB 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Medication Administration Training This course will provide you with an overview of medication administration procedures in child care centers and family child care homes. Topics include practices and procedures for administering over-the-counter and selected prescription medications to children in care in accordance with state child care licensing requirements, observation methods, recording procedures, forms and schedules, and safe handling techniques. (0.6 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH257 6 Hours $40 + $50 fee = $90; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 10/17 S a.m. 3:30 p.m. CRN#: Sessions 12/8 12/10 T,R 306D Nutrition for Healthy Children: Module II This course provides basic concepts of healthy nutritional choices, food safety, and diversity of cultural eating habits. You will develop a plan for optimal health outcomes based on current nutritional information. Topics include the importance of grains, dairy, and proteins in children s daily diet. This class defines the impact of healthy nutritional choices and physical activities in promoting wellness. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH277 CRN#: Session 11/5 R 8

9 Professionalism Communication Skills for Child Care Professionals This course is designed for child care professionals as an introduction to the basic concepts of developing strong communication skills when working in a child care center. Topics include speaking, writing, interpersonal communication strategies, and critical techniques, with a focus on communication with parents and coworkers, and communication issues within a typical child care day. (0.9 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH170 9 Hours $50 + $75 fee = $125; Non-Md. residents add $120 CRN#: Sessions 11/9 11/16 M,W 210E Conflict Resolution Strategies This course is designed for professionals in the education or childcare career field and provides an introduction to conflict resolution strategies to develop professional and positive relationships with staff, children, families, and community members. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH284 CRN#: Session 11/7 S 401 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential Assessment Preparation This class prepares you for the national CDA assessment by the Council for Professional Recognition in Washington, D.C. The 30-hour course reviews the Thirteen Functional Areas of learning that serves as the foundation of the CDA Credential for early childhood educators. The class reviews the content of each functional area and provides detailed information to CDA candidates to understand and prepare for the required Verification Visit Assessment materials. Special class tuition funding arrangements and/or scholarships may be available. (3.0 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH Hours $100 + $160 fee = $260; Non-Md. residents add $140 CRN#: Sessions 9/15 10/15 T,R Family Child Care: Pre-Service Module Series This is an approved training by the Maryland State Department of Education/Division of Early Childhood Office of Child Care, that fulfills the family childcare preservice training requirements. Students must register and attend all eight sessions to receive CEUs. (2.8 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH Hours $85 + $105 fee = $190; Non-Md. residents add $120 CRN#: Sessions 10/19 10/29 M,T,W,R :40 p.m. Parents and Teachers Talking Together This continuing education course is designed for early childhood educators to enhance their ability to effectively communicate with parents about the progress of their children in classroom activities. Topics include recognizing the role of parents as the first teachers to their children. The content focuses on positive and respectful communication techniques, including stating facts objectively versus in an subjective manner when conducting parent conferences. Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH175 $20 + $32 fee = $50; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 10/10 S 401 9:30 a.m. 12:40 p.m. Special Needs Including All Children and the ADA Designed for professionals in the education or child care career field, this course provides information, strategies, and resources for developing and implementing an early childhood education environment that is inclusive to all children and families. Topcis include the requirements of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); inclusionary practices based on national standards and best practices; and local, state, and national resources. (0.3 CEUs) Tuition waiver applies; seniors pay fee only. Course: ECH271 CRN#: Session 11/10 T 205 HU CRN#: Session 9/30 W 306D 9

10 Educación Preescolar Comunidad Diversidad en el ambiente escolar Estamos capacitados para entender la diversidad dentro del salón de clases? El propósito de este curso es de brindar a los educadores las herramientas y estrategias necesarias para atender a los retos que día a día se están presentando en la sociedad actual y poder acomodar los contenidos educativos desde un enfoque alternativo atendiendo las necesidades de aquellos individuos con características diferentes. (0.3 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan la matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS059 CRN#: Session 9/22 T Currículo Ciencias naturales para preescolares Esta clase está enfocada a la enseñanza de ciencias de una manera muy práctica y divertida. Los preescolares aprenden más rápido tocando, oliendo, construyendo y observando. Aprenda como enseñarles ciencias naturales usando ejercicios prácticos y experimentos apropiados para su edad. (0.4 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan la matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS070 4 Hours $30 + $38 fee = $68; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 11/21 S 306D 9 a.m. 1:10 p.m. Planificación de currículos para centros de cuidado infantil Este curso se centra en la planificación de currículos para guarderías de niños de 0 a 8 años. Se enfatizarán métodos, actividades y materiales apropiados para las diferentes áreas del currículo de cuidado infantil. Este curso provee las segundas 45 de las 90 horas requeridas para trabajar como profesora en centros de cuidado infantil. Antes de tomar este curso se debe tomar ECS023. Incluye libro de texto. (4.5 CEUs). Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan la matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS Hours $155 + $215 fee = $370; Non-Md. residents add $160 CRN#: Sessions 10/24 12/19 S 129 HU 12:30 3:30 p.m. (10/24 only) No class 11/28 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. (10/31 12/19) Preparándonos para la escuela Es necesario ayudar a los niños a estar listos para la escuela. Los maestros de educación infantil deben diseñar sus programas para estimular las habilidades de estos niños. Esta clase le ayudará a poner en práctica diferentes técnicas para promocionar el desarrollo social, emocional y cognitivo de los niños que alcanzan la edad escolar. (0.3 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan la matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS075 4 Hours $30 + $38 fee = $68; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 10/17 S a.m. 1:10 p.m. Desarrollo infantil Crecimiento y Desarrollo Infantil Aprenda los principios de las diferentes teorias de desarrollo y crecimiento infantil. Se cubrirá el desarrollo social, físico, emocional e intelectual de niños de 0 a 8 años en programas de cuidado infatil. Este curso provee 45 de las 90 horas requeridas para trabajar como profesora en centros de guarderia. Incluye libro de texto. (4.5 CEUs.) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan la matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS Hours $155 + $215 fee = $370; Non-Md. residents add $160 CRN#: Sessions 9/5 10/24 S 129 HU 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. (9/5 10/17) Last class on 10/24 will be held 9 a.m. 12 p.m. 10

11 Disciplina en el aula Montessori Este curso dará la oportunidad de saber como es abordada la disciplina bajo la perspectiva del método Montessori. Conozca la relación entre el establecimiento de un ambiente seguro, positivo y respetuoso y los buenos resultados de conducta. (0.2 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS094 4 Hours $20 + $48 fee = $68; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 12/5 S 215 CC 9 a.m. 1:10 p.m. Filosofía del método de enseñanza Montessori Qué es el método Montessori? Esta clase cubrirá los pilares básicos del método Montessori y los materiales más populares utilizados en sus aulas con niños de 2 a 6 años. (0.4CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no la matricula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS088 4 Hours $20 + $48 fee = $68; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 9/12 S 216 CC 9 a.m. 1:10 p.m. Matemáticas según el modelo Montessori En la Filosofía Montessori, los materiales con los que se trabaja matemáticas construyen una base fuerte en el entendimiento de las cantidades y los símbolos asociados con ello. Aprenda a crear materiales y actividades de matemáticas siguiendo la disciplina Montessori. (0.4 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no la matricula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS090 4 Hours $20 + $48 fee = $68; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 10/10 S 125 HU 9 a.m. 1:10 p.m. Método Montessori de lengua y lectoescritura Este curso dará la oportunidad de conocer cómo es abordada la estimulación del área de lenguaje, cómo se desarrolla la escritura y la lectura bajo la perspectiva de María Montessori. Podrán conocer la relación entre consciencia fonológica, escritura y lectura entendida como un proceso natural que los niños descubren a partir de un ambiente enriquecido. (0.4 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no la matricula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS089 4 Hours $20 + $48 fee = $68; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 11/14 S 216 CC 9 a.m. 1:10 p.m. Necesidades especiales Comunicación con el niño autista El autismo es un trastorno de la comunicación socio-afectiva con conductas atípicas. En esta clase aprenderá a como propiciar y promover la comunicación con niños autistas y lograr el uso de alternativas coma través de diferentes métodos. (0.4 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS092 4 Hours $20 + $30 fee = $50; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Sessions 10/19 10/21 M,W 204 SB 7 9:10 p.m. Integrando a niños con discapacidades en el aula Esta clase está diseñada para profesionales de educación infantil. Se proveerá información, estrategias y recursos a desarrollar e implementar para promover la inclusión en el ambiente de aprendizaje. Se revisarán las normas establecidas por la legislación para americanos con discapacidades (ADA) a nivel local, estatal y federal (0.3 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan la matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS082 CRN#: Session 10/1 R 11

12 Trabajando con niños con ADHD Ponga en práctica técnicas para mejorar la capacidad de atención y el comportamiento en niños con ADHD. Conozca el funcionamiento de los procesos cognitivos y los diferentes estilos de aprendizaje. (0.4 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS091 4 Hours $20 + $30 fee = $50; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 9/26 S 111 HU 9 a.m. 1:10 p.m. Profesionalidad Técnicas de comunicación Este curso es una introducción a los conceptos básicos de la comunicación. El tema a cubrir es la comunicación oral y escrita con padres y compañeros que toma lugar en el día a día de los centros de educación infantil. (0.9 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan la matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS042 9 Hours $50 + $75 fee = $125; Non-Md. residents add $120 CRN#: Sessions 10/13-10/20 T,R 216 SB Salud, seguridad, y nutrición Nutrición para niños saludables: Módulo II Aprenda conceptos básicos para una alimentación sana y saludable. Siguiendo algunas recomendaciones, usted puede crear un entorno en su guardería que fomente una buena dieta y el mantenimiento de un peso saludable. Se resaltará la importancia que tienen los granos integrales, los lácteos y las proteínas en la dieta de los niños. (0.3 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan matricula, solo el derecho de admisión.. Course: ECS077 $20 + $30 fee = $50; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 11/12 R Preparación para emergencias Esta clase le enseñará los pasos a seguir en situaciones de emergencias y/o desastres naturales. Los estudiantes desarrollarán un plan de emergencia detallado a seguir en caso de ser necesario. Este plan puede ser tanto para centros de educación infantil como para guarderías en casa. (0.6 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan la matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS063 6 Hours $20 + $40 fee = $60; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 11/7 S 306D 9 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Administración de medicamentos Aprenda las prácticas y procedimientos establecidos por la Oficina del Cuidado al Menor del estado de Maryland para administrar medicamentos a niños en guarderías. También aprenderá métodos de observación, registro de datos y técnicas apropiadas de manejo. Este curso es un requisito establecido por el estado de Maryland para administrar medicamentos en centros de cuidado infantil. (0.6 CEUs) Las personas mayores de 60 años no pagan la matrícula, solo el derecho de admisión. Course: ECS069 6 Hours $40 + $50 fee = $90; Non-Md. residents add $50 CRN#: Session 10/24 S a.m. 3:30 p.m. CRN#: Sessions 12/14 12/16 M,W 12

13 For more information, please visit: or call Nelida Andres: or Educación preescolar en español Para más información, llame a Nelida Andres: National Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential Our classes meet the National Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential 120-hour training requirements. WD&CE classes also satisfy the 4.5 Continuing Education Unit requirements for the CDA Credential Renewal. For information about CDA credentialing, go to Let Us Train Your Work Force At Your Place! ON-SITE TRAINING The Early Childhood Education Department now offers more than 150 child development courses in English and 60 courses in Spanish. All of these classes meet the Maryland State Department of Education training requirements. We will: Design a training program that addresses your unique requirements Provide faculty who are subject matter experts with industry experience Maryland State Child Care Regulation Training Requirements WD&CE classes fulfill the Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Credentialing ( ) requirements preparing individuals to work in group child care settings. We can individualize the content and training hours to meet your staff s specific learning needs. For more information, 13

14 Payments Payment MUST be made IN FULL at the time of registration to avoid being deleted from the course. Complete information is required to process all registrations and payments. Further instructions for WEB, FAX or MAIL-IN payments can be found at: cms.montgomerycollege.edu/wdce/registerops.html Registration will not be processed without appropriate payment. Tuition Installment Plan Courses with a have a tuition installment plan available: pay one-third of class total as a down payment at time of registration, then pay the balance in two payments before the class ends. There is a nonrefundable fee to participate in the payment plan. Students desiring to use the payment plan must register online. Tuition Waiver Only noncredit courses designated tuition waiver applies in each publication will be available for tuition waiver. This statement appears in each applicable course description. Only tuition is waived; required fees must be paid by the student. 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16 Montgomery College Workforce Development & Continuing Education 51 Mannakee Street Rockville, MD Early Childhood Education Fall 2015 Schedule Non-Profit Org. US Postage Paid Rockville, Md. Permit No. 97 Coming soon I AM MOVING, I AM LEARNING (IMIL) Modular Series Research indicates that the more of our 5 senses we engage in a task, the more learning takes place about that task. IMIL embeds and integrates structured physical movement activities and healthy nutrition habits into the daily life of young children in care settings. Learn how to infuse your learning environment with activities that actively prepare children for optimal development and school readiness skills. The program provides information, songs, fun games and intentionally structured mind-body experiences. The national educational and nutritional project I AM MOVING, I AM LEARNING will be offered by WD&CE very soon. Check our website for information. Dr. Betty McLeod, Program Director Educación preescolar Nelida Andres:

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