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CHDV 142

Student Name: Margaret Weber


Program Observed: Victor Valley College State Preschool Room
supplies. tape. (5) Scissors. (6)
materials to clean their
Tweezers. (7)
cuts and have band aids
Thermometer. (8) /
to cover cuts and scraps
Antiseptic solution.
as well as other injuries.
The
State Preschool Director,
Daily health checks can According to what Kelly My recommendation
Kelly Johnson, stated
Article 6 section
be done efficiently and stated, and what I would be to make a
that the greeter, chosen
101226.1
according! y during the observed the state detailed newsletter in
from the staff that day,
(a) The licensee shall be
greeting time. They are preschool is in English/Spanish stating
initiates the daily health
responsible for ensuring
typically conducted by compliance with Title 22 that it would benefit the
check at the time each
that children with
the teacher as the child regulations. The greeter children if the parents
child arrives while the
obvious symptoms of
arrives in the classroom would also be exhibiting would stay about five or
parent is still present.
illness including, but not
or soon thereafter. The the actions exemplified ten minutes longer when
The greeter gets down to
limited to, fever or
process involves: in the text book such as, they drop of their
child's level and talks,
vomiting, are not
-Stopping briefly to briefly observing and children. This would
and most importantly
accepted. (1) Additional
focus attention on the listening to the child by promote a healthy
listens to the child, to
attention shall be paid to
child.
focusing attention on the environment by
determine how the child
children who: (A) Have
-Looking at the child, child to determine the protecting the center
is doing that day. The
been absent because of
observing for signs of child's wellness that from being exposed to
greeter may also give a
illness. (B) Have been
illness or disease. day. By being in an illness.
cheek to cheek hug to
exposed to a contagious
-Listening to the parent compliance it affects the
the child to determine
disease. (b) The licensee
and child, paying special child's social emotional
any fever. If it is
shall develop and
attention to information development because it
determined the child is
implement a written
that suggests illness allows the child to
not well the child is to
inspection procedure
(Sorte, a e s ~
express what is on the
go home with their
that shall include the
Amador, 20 , 334). their mind which could
parent. I went in and
following: (1) N7ld
be their feelings, start of
observed the daily )ealth
shall be accepte
well-being, one on one
CHDV 142
Student Name: Margaret Weber

Program Observed: Victor Valley College State Preschool Room
check and everything without contact between time with the teacher,
that Kelly had stated had center staff and the
and it shows the child
been done by the greeter person bringing the child
that they are important.
that morning. to the center. (2) The
The physical
'
licensee shall require development is affected
that the person bringing because if the child gets
the child to the center
sick and is sent home it
remain until is
accepted.
protects the other


children from bein
exposed from the illness.
Article 6 Section (/Most states require that According to my As a recommendation, I
While doing my
101220.1
all children enrolled in observation and what would suggest that the
i
observation, Kelly
(f) As required by the
child care and schools Kelly Johnson said, the requirements for
Johnson stated that all
California Code of
have up-to-date State Preschool is in children' s
children' s immunization
Regulations, Title 17,
immunizations" (Sorte, compliance to with Title immunizations be posted
records were stored in
Section 6035(b), a child
Daeschel, Amador, 22 regulations; all in the room as a
who does not
the children's files. The
meet any of the
2011 , pg. 32>-
children have reminder for parent' s
children' s files are kept
requirements in Sections
documented proof of and it should be in at
in the teachers work
101220.l(c), (d) or (e)
immunizations in their least English and
room in a locked file
above shall not be
file. According to our Spanish and any other
cabinet. I observed the admitted to a child
textbook most states language represented in
teachers work room, saw care center. require children to have the room. Also the
the locked file cabinet
(g) The licensee shall up-to date preschool needs to
and observed Kelly
document each child's
immunizations when consider exemptions for
unlock the file cabinet so
immunizations and shall
they attend preschool those families who may
show that her
maintain such
and child care. It is have a cultural issue
was true.
documentation in the
important that children with having their child
center for as long as the
child is enrolled.
receive their immunizey
( 1) This req:r::ent
immunizations so that
includes up ing each
they do not endanger
child's immunization
other children's pM5lcal
CHDV 142
Student Name: Margaret Weber
Program Observed: Victor Valley College State Preschool Room
record when the child is health by exposing them
due to
to something like
receive required
chicken pox, measles,
immunizations after
mwnps, whooping
enrollment in the child
cough and other
I
care center.
contagious diseases that
i
can affect a child' s
physical health. Social
emotional development
and even cognitive/'
development.
During my observation, 101226.2 ISOLATION "Sick children need to According to my One of my
Kelly explained that a FOR ILLNESS be removed form the observation the State recommendations would
child who became ill at (a) A center shall be general class group Preschool is in be to post the policy for
the center was walked equipped to isolate and activities to prevent compliance with Title 22 removing a sick child to
down to her office by care for any child who spread of germs and to regulations by having a isolation in at least
the extra teacher. In her becomes ill during the allow them to rest nap cot in Kelly' s office Eng@h and Spanish so
office I saw the nap cot day. appropriately until a for sick children to go that parents can
that is used for a sick (1) The isolation area family member or and wait for their parents understand why their
child to lie on while they shall be located to afford emergency contact to pick them up. child is being removed
wait for their to easy supervision of person can come and get According to our form the rest of the
come and pic them up. children by center staff. them. An isolation area textbook the State class. Also teachers need
(2) The isolation area should be identified in preschool has an area to be aware if any family
shall be equipped with a the program facility or in separated from the rest has a cuJtural sensitivity
mat, cot, couch or bed a quiet area of the of the children that with their child being
for each ill child. classroom. A pad and allows the sick child to
remov? m
(3) The isolation area blanket should be rest in comfort on a pad
shall not be located in readily available to that can be cleaned and
B\Y
the kitchen area or the provide a comfortable sanitized when the child
general-use toilet area.
These
goes home. This policy
( 4) In co=ion
items s d be clean helps keep the
centers, o one and re dy for use, and children form getting
isolation area that serves they should be cleaned sick promoting good
CHDV 142
Student Name: Margaret Weber
Program Observed: Victor Valley College State Preschool Room
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all licensed components and sanitized after use. physical health. Also it
is required. (Sorte, Daeschel, helps the sick child's
Amador, 2011, pg 55). emotional

because so much of the
time they just need a
quiet place to rest and an
adult who shows
that they are cared r.
While doing my
Article 6 section 101227 "Young children grow According to my One of my
observation of the State
5) The following shall
and develop quickly observation the State recommendations would I
Preschool room, I
be offered daily: during the early Preschool is in be that the State
observed the daily menu.
(A) Full-day programs
childhood years. They compliance with Title 22 Preschool posts the
It is posted on the back
shall offer a midmorning
rely on their families and regulations by offering a snack menu in at least
wall. I observed that the
and midaftemoon snack.
teachers to ensure that snack to the morning English and Spanish so
preschool serves a
(B) Full-day programs
they get nutritious foods preschool and a snack to that parents or other
morning snack to the
shall ensure that each
they need every day. the afternoon preschool family members who do
morning preschool
child has a lunch.
Planning healthy meals classes. They also post not speak English will
group and an afternoon
1. The child's authorized
that appeal to children their menus for 30 days. be able to read what
snack. I also observed
representative may send
and accommodate their According to our their child is having for
that the snack is very
meals and/or snacks for
needs is a key textbook young children snack. Also teachers
basic things like juice
the component of this are growing quickly and should check with
and crackers, nuti-grain
child. responsibility. This goal depend on adults for families to make sure
bars.
(C) Half-day programs
is considered so their nutritional needs. that the snack that is
/
shall offer a midmorning
important in early They need to eat healthy being served does not
or midafternoon snack.
childhood settings that a snacks that appeal to interfere with a child's
( 6) Menus shall be in
variety of established them. Proper nutrition is cultural as some cultures
writing and shall be
requirements must be essential to children's have foods they do not
posted at least one week
met for licensed physical health, while eat.
in advance in an area
programs and those the process of sitting
accessible

down at the table and
for review by the child's
federal age es (Sorte, talking with other
authorized / Daeschel, Amador, children helps to foster
representative. Copies of
2011' pg. 202).
social and emotional
,.
CHDV 142
Grading Rubric for the Title 22 Observation Assignment
Assess strategies to max:imize the mental and physical health of children and adults in programs f or all young children in
accordance with culturally, linguistic and developmentally sounds practice.
health, safety, and environmental risks in children 's programs.
Evaluate how regulations, standards, policies and procedures related to health, saf ety, and nutrition support quality in
programs and support young children. teachers and families.
Category
Above Average
Excell ent work in thi s category.
Revi sions or enhancements to your
Professional Portfoli o will consist
of adding informati on to
demonstrate knowledge. For
exampl e, new observati ons can be
added during your practi cum.
Observation
ent includes all I 0 entries.
The degree to which the student Each observation ent ry relates to
provides an obj ective, detail ed heal th, is detail ed, specifi c,
observati on, which demonstrates obj ecti ve, and meaningful.
knowledge of safety or health
practi ces (Points Possible: 10)
Support Material:
erial that was chosen from
The degree to which the student the textbook and the Titl e 22
chooses appropriate textbook regul ati on are closely related to the
materi al and Title 22 regul ations, observati on that was made.
which relate to the observatio
(Points Possible: 5)
Analysis of multiple sources oY Student's refl ecti on on the
information on health and safety observation, the regul ati on, and
practices:
textbook material
The degree to which the student demonstrates knowledge of how
makes appropriate use of multiple health and safety practices
sources of informati on in the analysis influence the quality of the earl y
of the observati on in re lation to hood programs and/or support
textbook mate rial and Title 22 development in at least 8 of the I 0
/
Average
Good work in thi s category, but
you will need to make some
revisions to thi s area prior to
submitting it in your
Professional Portfolio.
Student includes 6-8 entries.
Observations may be objecti ve
but inc lude some subj ecti vity,
lack s ignificant, or are brief.
The materi al that was chosen
from the textbook might relate
to the observati on, while the
Titl e 22 regul at ion mi ght not, or
v1ce versa.
Student's refl ect ion on the
observation, the regul ati on, and
support ing textbook materi al
demonstrates knowledge of
how health and safety practices
influence the qualit y of the
earl y childhood programs
and/or support development in
at least 6 or 7 of the entries.
Below Average
Poor work in thi s category. You
will need to make substantial
revisions to thi s area before
submitting it in your
Professional Portfolio.
Student includes less than 5
entries. Observations are
subj ecti ve, very brief, stated in
general terms (not specific), and
not meaningful.
The materi al that was chosen
from the textbook and the Title
22 regul ati ons do not rela te to
the observati on that was made.
Student's refl ecti on on the
observati on, the regul ati on, and
supporting textbook materi a l
demonstrates knowledge of how
health and safety practices
influence the quality of the earl y
childhood programs and/or
support development in less than
6 of the entries.
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CHDV 142
Grading Rubric for the Title 22 Observation Assignment
Assess strategies to maximize rhe mental and physical health of children. and adults in programs for all young children in
accordance with culturally, linguistic and developmentally sounds practice.
health, safety, and environmental risks in children's programs.
Evaluate how regulations, standards. policies and procedures related to health. sc!fety. and nutrition support quality in
programs and support young children, teachers and f amilies.
Analysis of material to make Student's recommendations to
recommendations: improve health or safety ri sk
The degree to which the student demonstrate good judgment and
de monstrates sound reasoning in the decision making skill s in at least 8
exerc ise of judgment and decision or the I 0 entries. Student also
making when making includes cultural and linguistic
recommendations to reduce considerations.
health/safety risks in early childh
ro!lrams. (Points Possible 10)
Quality of writing. Writing is
proofread and edited for spelling,
grammar, and formatting (PQi.n.ts.___
Possible: 5)
he assignment is clearl y
proofread and edited, with no
spelling, grammati cal , or
ormatting mi stakes. Student cites
burces, using APA fonnat.

Student ' s recommendations to
improve health or safety ri sk
demonstrate good judgment and
decision ma king skill s in 6 or 7
entries.
The assignment is clearl y
proofread and edited, with few
spelling, grammatical, or
formatting mi stakes.
Student c ites sources, but may
not do so correct! y.
Student' s recommendati ons to
improve health or safety ri sk
demonstrate good judgment and
decision making s kill s in less
than 6 entries.
The assignment is clearl y
proofread and edited, with many
spe lling, grammati cal, or
formatting mi stakes. Student
may not cite sources.