Outcome NAEYC 1 Promoting Child Development and Learning
Candidates apply knowledge of young children's characteristics and need,
the multiple influences on development and learning to create healthy,
respectful, supportive and challenging learning environments.
Outcome NAEYC 2 Building Family and Community Relationships
Candidates use knowledge of diverse family and community characteristics
to develop respectful, reciprocal relationships and engage families in
young children's learning.
Outcome NAEYC 3 Observing, Documenting, and Assessing to Support Young Children and Families
Candidates apply knowledge of the goals, benefits and uses of assessment
to select and use appropriate assessment tools and approaches to promote
positive outcomes for each child.
Outcome NAEYC 4 Using Developmentally Effective Approaches
Candidates use positive relationships and interactions as the foundation
for implementing a broad repertoire of developmentally and culturally
effective strategies, tools, and approaches.
Outcome NAEYC 5 Using Content Knowledge to Build Meaningful Curriculum
Candidates use knowledge of academic disciplines, developmental domains,
and early learning standards, to design, implement, and evaluate
developmentally meaningful and challenging curriculum for each child.