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Building Foundations for Language and Literacy Development (CDA 8) 2.00 Current brain research shows that infants’ brains are wired to learn and understand any language, but talking with infants is necessary for them to learn to speak. Discover ways to support language and literacy development in infants and toddlers. Assess current practices and determine whether improvements are needed to build foundations for language and literacy development in the early years of life. This course is designed to be part of a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™ curriculum and covers CDA Subject Area 8, Understanding Principles of Child Development and Learning. This course can also be taken as a stand-alone learning event or as part of a broader early childhood education curriculum.
Building Relationships with Children and Youth 2.00 An environment that fosters positive relationships between children, youth and adults is critical to creating a high quality program. This course supports participants in exploring how to build positive, meaningful relationships with children and youth, in order to plan programs that best meet their needs.
Building Relationships with School Personnel 2.00 School-age programs and schools share a mutual goal of supporting the growth, development, and learning of school-age children. Over 50% of all school-age programs nation-wide are housed in school facilities. When school-age programs are housed in school facilities, it is essential for staff in school-age programs to establish and maintain a positive relationship with school personnel. This makes it possible for schools and programs to work together to support the needs of the whole child. Staff can develop successful partnerships with school personnel by cultivating an understanding of the needs, interests, and goals of school personnel and using effective strategies, tools, and systems to build a spirit of positive collaboration and communication.
Business Ethics: Ethical Decisions 1.67 In this course you will learn to: define business ethics, describe how to balance personal values and organizational ethics, and identify common ethical dilemmas and their causes, and describe the DECISIONS method of making ethical decisions and identify the barriers to making such decisions.
Business Ethics: Managerial Ethics 1.34 In this course you will learn to: identify the characteristics of ethical managers, different ethical styles, and the important ethical components of various human resource issues, and ensure ethical behavior in the workplace and address the ethical dilemmas of subordinates.
Business Ethics: Organizational Ethics 1.50 In this course you will learn to: identify the need for organizational ethics and the types of ethical issues that arise in various functional areas, promote and maintain ethical principles in business, develop a corporate code of ethics and execute an internal audit, identify types of corporate social responsibilities and handle conflicts in responsibilities when they arise.
Business Ethics: Unethical Behavior 1.00 In this course you will learn to: recognize the sources of unethical behavior, and take action to prevent it, and end unethical behavior by conducting an intervention meeting, and promote ethical behavior in the workplace.
Business Ethics: Whistle-Blowing 0.75 In this course you will learn to: identify criteria for whistleblowing and the risks associated with it, and identify when and how to blow the whistle.
Business Problem Solving: Critical Thinking and Information Analysis 1.34 Critical thinking is the ability to understand how others think as well as how your own thinking process works. It also includes the ability to objectively evaluate the evidence used to support beliefs or arguments that lead to conclusions. It is an important business and problem-solving skill. Critical thinking helps you to evaluate various methods of reasoning that can be used in problem solving. In this course you will learn to: use reasoning and logic to think critically, define and use quantitative analysis techniques, and define and use qualitative analysis techniques.
Business Problem Solving: Problem Solving in the Corporate World 0.84 Problem-solving cultures greatly influence the problem-solving process in organizations. Recognizing the culture that exists in your organization will permit you to develop effective solutions. This approach needs employees with a wide variety of skills and talents. In this course you will learn to: identify the types of problem solvers and the skills they must possess, and identify different corporate cultures.