Teacher Assistant with Associate Teacher Permit

Time-Based Apprenticeship
Sponsoring Company:
SEIU Early Care and Education Apprenticeship Program
O*Net Code
25-9042.00
Rapids Code
Req. Hours
10250
State
CA
Created
Apr 04, 2021
Updated
Apr 04, 2021

Time-Based Skills

11 skill sets | 61 total skills | 10250 total hours
Child Development & Learning - 1500 req. hrs
Knowledge about child development and learning: Developmental domains
300 hrs
Knowledge about child development and learning: Factors that contribute to development
300 hrs
Facilitating child development and learning: The role of families
300 hrs
Facilitating child development and learning: Preschool development and learning
300 hrs
Facilitating child development and learning: Learning through play
300 hrs
Culture Diversity & Equity - 2725 req. hrs
Respect for all differences and similarities: Cultural diversity of families
175 hrs
Respect for all differences and similarities: Receptive to all families
175 hrs
Cultural and language development and learning: Approaches to learning
175 hrs
Cultural and language development and learning: Understanding cultural perspectives of self and others
175 hrs
Cultural and language development and learning: Culturally and linguistically inclusive communication and practices
175 hrs
Culturally inclusive learning environments: Visual representation of diversity
175 hrs
Culturally inclusive learning environments: Language diversity
175 hrs
Relationships, Interactions & Guidance - 3775 req. hrs
Supporting children's emotional development: Expression of emotions
175 hrs
Supporting children's emotional development: Empathy
175 hrs
Supporting children's emotional development: Self-regulation
175 hrs
Social-emotional climate: Positive relationships
175 hrs
Socialization and guidance: Appropriate expectations for behavior
175 hrs
Socialization and guidance: Encouraging children's efforts
175 hrs
Family & Community Engagement - 4825 req. hrs
Communication with families: Home language
175 hrs
Communication with families: Family preferences for communication
175 hrs
Relationships with children and families: Knowledge of families
175 hrs
Relationships with children and families: Families as community members
175 hrs
Community resources: Family functioning
175 hrs
Community resources: Use of community resources
175 hrs
Dual-Language Development - 5525 req. hrs
Dual-language program models and strategies: Engagement of young dual-language learners and their families
175 hrs
Development of the home language and of English: Home language and English
175 hrs
Development of the home language and of English: Knowledge of dual-language development
175 hrs
Relationships with families of dual-language learners: Linguistic and cultural diversity
175 hrs
Observation, Screening, Assessment & Documentation - 6050 req. hrs
Observation: Concepts of observation
175 hrs
Documentation: Strategies for documentation
175 hrs
Interpretation, planning and implementation: Interpretation of documentation
175 hrs
Special Needs & Inclusion - 6750 req. hrs
Philosophy, policies and practices: Policies and procedures
175 hrs
Developmentally and individually appropriate practice: Developmentally appropriate practice
175 hrs
Collaboration with families and service providers: Families
175 hrs
Collaboration with families and service providers: Teamwork on inclusion
175 hrs
Learning Environments & Curriculum - 7625 req. hrs
Curriculum and curriculum planning: Principles of curriculum
175 hrs
Environments, schedules, and routines: Schedules and daily routines
175 hrs
Environments, schedules, and routines: Personal-care routines
175 hrs
Strategies to support learning and development: Infant/toddler learning and development
175 hrs
Strategies to support learning and development: Preschool learning and development 
175 hrs
Health, Safety & Nutrition - 8850 req. hrs
Environmental health and, safety: Environmental health and safety policies and practices
175 hrs
Environmental health and, safety: Supervision of children
175 hrs
Emergency preparedness: Emergency plans
175 hrs
Nutrition: Mealtime routines 
175 hrs
Response to health requirements: Illness policies and practices
175 hrs
Response to health requirements: Child abuse and neglect
175 hrs
Response to health requirements: Infant/child CPR and pediatric first aid
175 hrs
Leadership in ECE - 9050 req. hrs
Systems and change development: Team building
100 hrs
Systems and change development: Cultivating leaders 
100 hrs
Professionalism - 10250 req. hrs
Professional development: New ideas
100 hrs
Professional development: Role models and mentors
100 hrs
Professional development: Individual early childhood career development
100 hrs
Professional development: Reflective practice
100 hrs
Professional conduct and behaviors: Modes of communication
100 hrs
Professional conduct and behaviors: Collaboration
100 hrs
Professional conduct and behaviors: Ethical conduct
100 hrs
Professional conduct and behaviors: Confidentiality and privacy
100 hrs
Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Domains of development
100 hrs
Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Developmentally, culturally and linguistically appropriate practice
100 hrs
Competence in a specialized body of knowledge: Professional roles and responsibilities
100 hrs
Commitment to lifelong learning
100 hrs

Technical Instruction

Child Growth and Development
Students examine the major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones for children, both typical and atypical, from conception through adolescence. There is an emphasis on interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors. While studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies, students will observe children, evaluate individual differences and analyze characteristics of development at various stages.
# | 54 hrs
Child, Family, and Community
Students examine the developing child in a societal context focusing on the inter-relationship of the family, school, and community and emphasizing historical and sociocultural factors. The processes of socialization and identity development are highlighted, showing the importance of respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families. Topics covered are: social influences on parenting styles, communication, child-rearing, and the relationships between the child, family, and the school is studied.
# | 54 hrs
Play-Based Curriculum
Principles and practices of play-based curriculum: Role of the teacher in facilitating children's learning through play-based activities; observation and assessment in planning curriculum.
# | 54 hrs