6 edition of Professional Child and Youth Care found in the catalog.
by Univ of British Columbia Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Carey Denholm (Editor)|
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Communities of practice have been used to support professional development in a variety of settings, including schools and child care programs (Bray, Lee, Smith, & Yorks, ). The groups can include organization-specific members or a mixture of agency-employed teachers and external by: To discuss you or your staff’s personalized professional development plan or to discuss any professional development program, you can contact our Child Care Education Specialist/Lead Trainer, Maggie Lopez, at , Ext. or at [email protected]
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She is the author of landmark books including The Transgender Teen (with Lisa Kenney) and The Transgender Child (with Rachel Pepper). She is the founder and Board Chair of Gender Spectrum, an organization at the forefront of work related to children, youth and by: Childcare workers held about million jobs in The largest employers of childcare workers were as follows: Child day care services. Self-employed workers. Private households. Elementary and secondary schools; local. Religious, grantmaking, civic, professional, and similar organizations. Family childcare workers care for children in Entry-level education: High school diploma or equivalent.
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Professional Child and Youth Care provides a comprehensive analysis of the child and youth care field in Canada. The first edition, published indeveloped an inclusive model of the broad. Any professional who has completed the Residential Child and Youth Care Professional (RCYCP) training course under the guidance of a certified RCYCP Trainer is eligible to test for our nationally-recognized certification as a Residential Child and Youth Care Professional.
The field of child and youth care is under increasing pressure to optimize its mission: to deliver high quality support and to help children, parents and families in need of care. Two questions have arisen in many countries in the face of this pressure: the professional quality of childcare and the participant quality of childcare.
Critical and postmodern perspectives have been largely underexplored in the field of child and youth care. This book addresses the gap, showcasing cutting-edge approaches to policy, pedagogy, and practice from diverse perspectives and professional settings. The authors challenge deep-seated assumptions about child and youth care by reinterpreting core concepts such as ethics and.
The book is written from a pragmatic perspective, and serves both to advance current thinking in the field about professional issues as well as to provide the student of child and youth care. Edited by Kiaras Gharabaghi from This book provides an overview of the core professional issues in the field of child and youth care practice.
The author explores themes ranging from relationships and the exploration of Self to career building and field-specific approaches to : $ ume, Child and Youth Care involves a way of being in the world.
It is more than a set of techniques, a label attached to practitioners, or a way of thinking about working with children, young people and families. It is, rather, about how one chooses to be in the world with others. As we have said elsewhere Child and Youth Care practice is about:File Size: KB.
child and youth care practice, recognise the influence of this context on the content of this book. Child and youth care is a profession characterised by working in partnership with people who experience marginalisation or disadvantage. Typically child and youth care workers work with children, youth and their families in aFile Size: 1MB.
The professional practitioner is aware of the function of professional ethics and uses professional ethics to guide and enhance practice and advocates effectively for children, youth, families, and the profession.
Foundational Knowledge. History, structure, organization of child and youth care; Resources and activities of child and youth care. Certified Trainer - Individuals who have successfully completed a NRCYS trainer certification course and are certified by NRCYS to train the Residential Child and Youth Care Professional curriculum to others.
Certified Child and Youth Care Professional - Professionals who have completed the RCYCP training course within a maximum of 18 months, have applied for certification, paid a fee of $30, and.
Attachment-Focused Parenting: Effective Strategies to Care for Children (Norton Professional Books (Hardcover)) book’s approach is its focus on behavioral issues as manifestations of attachment disturbances between parents and youth instead of learned problems in need of correction. The parent responsibility then shifts from the Cited by: In brief, child and youth care is work with children and youth, as whole persons, in order to promote their social competence and healthy development, by participating in and using their day-to-day environments and life experiences, and through the development of therapeutic relationships, most importantly the relationship with the particular child or youth who is the focus of attention.
Overview. A unique manual to the discipline, Reflective Practice in Child and Youth Care addresses the need for distinct models of reflective practice across all Child and Youth Care (CYC) sectors. This seminal work contextualizes the history of reflective practice and provides readers with the necessary tools to develop their own approach to reflective practice.
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This book will be a foundational text for transitioning theory into practice in CYC education. —Heather Snell, Lecturer, Child and Youth Care Programs, University of Strathclyde, Ryerson University, member of Child and Youth Care Accreditation Board – Research & Education Committees, and editor of Relational Child and Youth Care Practice.
Author Services Children and Youth Services Review is an interdisciplinary forum for critical scholarship regarding service programs for children and youth. The journal will publish full-length articles, current research and policy notes, and book reviews.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Has also been published as Child & youth services, vol numbers 1 and 2, ". Learn about and purchase the best books and resources to support young children's learning and development. Stay up to date with research-based, teacher-focused articles on birth to age 8 in our award-winning, peer-reviewed journal.
Teaching Young Children. Discover practical tips and innovative ideas for preschool teachers in our award-winning. The Child and Youth Care Professional demonstrates the following attitudes which underlie all professional work: Accepts the moral and ethical responsibility inherent in practice Promotes the well-being of children, youth and families in a context of respect and collaboration.
Training & eTracking Solutions is proud to offer online training courses for Child and Youth Care Professionals. If you work in a group home, an independent living program or a residential treatment center, we have training for you. These courses were developed specifically for professionals who support children and youth in a variety of settings.
Professional child and youth care work in the United States and Canada: A report of the NOCCWA Research and Study Committee. Journal of Child and Youth Care Work. 3(1), Krueger, M., & Powell, N. (Eds.).
(). Choices in caring: Contemporary approaches to child and youth care work. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America.Zachary’s New Home: A Story for Foster and Adopted Children by Geraldine M. Blomquist & Paul B. Blomquist (ages ) – Children in foster care have usually suffered painful separations from their families for reasons they may not understand, and are often very confused, angry, and story of Zachary the kitten’s journey through foster care and eventual adoption by a family of geese.Child & Youth Care Forum is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary publication that welcomes submissions – original empirical research papers and theoretical reviews as well as invited commentaries – on children, youth, and families.
Contributions to Child & Youth Care Forum are submitted by researchers, practitioners, and clinicians across the interrelated disciplines of child psychology.