2021-2022 Pierce College Catalog 
    
    Dec 09, 2022  
2021-2022 Pierce College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ECED 395 Collaboration and Supervision (3 credits)



Prerequisite Admission into the BAS-T program.

Course Description
Develop skills needed to effectively collaborate with others including school personnel, community agency personnel, and families to support children birth to third grade who are culturally, linguistically, and ability diverse and their families. Supervision of assistants and paraprofessionals will also be addressed.

Student Outcomes
1. Plan collaborative strategies to use with local, community, state and federal personnel in order to provide support and services to infants and young children with disabilities.

2. Create and utilize a plan for communication with school personnel, families and community members regarding the characteristics and needs of infants and young children with disabilities and how to provide accommodation and inclusion.

3. Identify and define the roles and responsibilities of family members and school personnel as they collaborate to meet the needs and plan programming for the child with diverse abilities.

4.Collaborate in the assessment of infants and young children’s cognitive, social-emotional, behavioral, sensory, motor, communication, and adaptive domains in order to create a safe, equitable, positive, and supportive learning environment for infants and young children.

5. Use collaborative strategies with families and other community agencies to facilitate all transitions for infants and young children with disabilities:
*early intervention to preschool;
*preschool to elementary;
*individualized alternative settings to school;
*extended school year;
*to and from general education

6. Describe and analyze strategies for appropriate program and instructional supervision and training including management of classroom volunteers, para educators, and peer tutors in order to meet student needs.



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