# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Early Childhood, Education, and Services II 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
42 Create physical space to maintain a developmentally appropriate learning environment for each child. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.1
43 Comply with local and state health and safety regulations for an early childhood education environment. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.2
44 Teach children health, safety, and sanitation habits, using different strategies. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.3
45 Plan meals and snacks that accommodate allergies and promote healthy eating practices. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.4
46 Complete the state-approved child-abuse course and assessment. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.5
47 Describe the procedures to report suspected child abuse or neglect to the appropriate authorities through role-playing scenarios. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.5
49 Document a daily child health check. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.6
50 Implement procedures for staff, parents, and children that prevent childhood illnesses and communicable diseases. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.6
51 Demonstrate use of safety procedures for an early childhood environment. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.7
53 Analyze child development theories and their implications for early childhood education best practices. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.2.1
54 Create developmentally appropriate experiences based on observation data. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.2.2
55 Model developmentally appropriate teaching methods. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.2.4
56 Implement developmentally appropriate practices that promote children's growth and development. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.2.4 ♦ 4.2.5
57 Apply developmentally appropriate guidance (e.g., redirection, good planning, and positive reinforcement). National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.3.5 ♦ 4.3.6 ♦ 4.4.1 ♦ 4.5.1
58 Use problem-solving skills to promote social emotional, intellectual, and physical intelligence. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.5.2
59 Demonstrate intentional interactions and engagement that promote supportive relationships with children and their parents/guardians. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.5.3 ♦ 4.5.4
60 Evaluate curricula and instructional models used in early childhood settings. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.3.1
61 Facilitate developmentally appropriate learning experiences in all curriculum areas. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.3.2
62 Implement an integrated curriculum that values each child’s language, learning style, home experiences, and culture. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.3.3
63 Demonstrate a variety of teaching methods to support each child’s learning needs. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.3.4
64 Create learning centers that encourage a child’s interests, exploration, discovery, and development. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.3.5
65 Implement a schedule of activities, routines, and transitions in an early childhood education setting. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.3.6
66 Maintain a collection of activities that support development of children during routines and transitions. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.3.6
68 Demonstrate supportive interactions that promote collaborative family partnerships. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.5.4
69 Establish reciprocal interactions between families/programs/providers regarding children’s development. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.5.4
70 Identify credentialing options for early childhood professionals. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.6 ♦ 4.6.1
71 Participate in opportunities for professional development. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.6.1
72 Analyze the potential influence and outcome of career-path decisions on balancing work and family. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.1 ♦ 4.1.2 ♦ 4.1.3
73 Apply ethical standards accepted by professional organizations that are associated with early childhood. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.6.2
75 Explore ethical practices and management skills for early childhood professionals. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.6.2
76 Explore opportunities for higher education, work-based learning, employment, and entrepreneurship in early childhood education and related careers. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.6.1
77 Identify career goals. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.4.1
79 Prepare a professional portfolio. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1.5
81 Evaluate a job offer. National Standards for Family and Consumer Sciences Education: 4.1