2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
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CYFS 490 - Practicum II

5.0 Credits
Course synthesizes completed coursework, previous practicums, and past experiences in child, youth, and family studies. A well-developed professional philosophy in early learning or social services is comprehensively evaluated and applied in community settings.
Prerequisite Admission to BAS Program. Permit code required.
Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs)

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Adapt competencies in applying principles of child, youth, and family development to inform curriculum or service planning, for implementation of an early learning or social service program.
  2. Appraise professional knowledge and skills in a leadership role in an early learning classroom or social services program in interactions and building of relationships with children, youth, parents, and other professionals.
  3. Elaborate on inclusive strategies that create trust and respect for the diversity of children, youth, and families in a setting of early childhood or social services.
  4. Synthesize learning of courses, previous experiences with children, youth, and families, and professional standards that inform optimum practices in early learning or social services.
  5. Evaluate the reasoning of a personal and professional philosophy that guides all areas of a program in early learning or social services, providing the foundation for future growth, strengthened with knowledge and perspective of the integration of disciplines.

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