# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Introduction to Early Childhood, Education, and Services National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education Correlation by Task

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National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education Correlation by Task

In this course, the following tasks/competencies reinforce the standards listed beside them. Teachers may identify additional reinforcements in locally developed instructional materials.

Task/Competency Number Task/Competency Statement Standards
43 Analyze the relationships, roles, and partnerships among the child, parent, and early childhood professional. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.5.4
44 Identify cultural, religious, family, and environmental factors that affect a child's development. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.2.3 ♦ 4.3.3 ♦ 4.5.1
45 Investigate federal, state, and other regulatory agencies monitoring the early childhood education industry. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.6.3
46 Compile a list of careers related to the early childhood education industry. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.2 ♦ 4.1.3
47 Identify roles and responsibilities of an entry-level early childhood education professional. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.1
48 Investigate the education/training requirements of identified careers in early childhood education. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.2 ♦ 4.1.3 ♦ 4.6.1 ♦ 4.6.2
49 Identify specific entrepreneurial possibilities in early childhood education. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.2 ♦ 4.1.3 ♦ 4.6.5
50 Analyze labor market data about early childhood education and related careers. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.2 ♦ 4.6.5
51 Analyze the career lattice in the early childhood education industry that progresses from entry-level to professional positions. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.2 ♦ 4.6.5
52 Interview an early childhood education professional. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.1 ♦ 4.1.2 ♦ 4.1.3 ♦ 4.1.6
53 Identify the ages and stages of development of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, school-age children, and children with exceptional needs. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.2.2
54 Identify developmental observation methods using data collection tools. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.2.2
55 Identify steps to ensure bias-free observations. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.2.2
56 Identify developmentally appropriate practices that support and maximize development and learning for all children. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.3.2 ♦ 4.3.3 ♦ 4.3.4 ♦ 4.3.5 ♦ 4.3.6
57 Describe the responsibilities of being a mandated reporter of child abuse and/or neglect. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.5
58 Describe the needs of children at various ages regarding space, equipment, materials management, and room or area arrangement. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.1 ♦ 4.4.2
59 Design an indoor and/or outdoor learning environment. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.3.5
60 Develop a list of general health practices for adults and children in an early childhood education program. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.2 ♦ 4.4.6 ♦ 4.6.3
61 Identify safety hazards and ways to protect children from them. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.2 ♦ 4.4.7
62 Identify components of healthy snacks for young children. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.4
63 Identify the characteristics of a healthy child and behavioral/physical symptoms of selected childhood illnesses/diseases. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.6
64 Compile a list of community health, counseling, and emergency resource agencies. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.6.3
65 Describe ethical issues pertaining to employment in the early childhood development profession. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.6.2
66 Develop a skills profile for a selected job involving children. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.3 ♦ 4.6.1
68 Determine the characteristics and skills necessary to obtain and maintain successful employment in careers involving children. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.3
69 Practice pre-employment skills. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.6.4
70 Complete an observation, shadowing, or internship experience in an early childhood education. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.6.2 ♦ 4.6.4