Professional, Administrative & Educational Staff Training
Monique is a Master Trainer with the Oregon Registry and offers Set One and Set Two training programs. Schools and organizations can also request customized training programs.
Cost for customized trainings are determined at the time of scheduling. Schools and organizations may join other programs for trainings.
Knowledge of differences in race, gender, ability, age, language, family composition, culture, ethnicity, socio-economic status, and/or religion. Weaving anti-bias awareness throughout all program activities and learning environments for children and youth.
Families & Community Systems
Knowledge of the complex characteristics of children’s families and communities. Establishing respectful relationships and communication with family and community members.
Health, Safety & Nutrition
Knowledge of basic health, safety, and nutrition principles and practices. Knowledge of child abuse and neglect prevention, identification, reporting procedures, and therapeutic care. Promoting healthy choices and safety awareness with children and youth.
Human Growth & Development
Knowledge of social, emotional, cognitive and physical growth and development. Using developmentally appropriate practices and principles in programs for children and youth.
Learning Environments & Curriculum
Knowledge of the relationship between physical space, activities, experiences, and materials with child behavior, growth and development. Creating developmentally appropriate and culturally appropriate learning environments and curricula to foster optimum growth and development of children and youth.
Observation & Assessment
Knowledge of observation techniques, assessment tools, and documentation procedures for children and youth. Using observation and assessment to individualize learning experiences, improve the effectiveness of the learning environment, and support referrals for specialized services.
Personal, Professional & Leadership Development
Knowledge of childhood care and education as a profession with an identified body of knowledge, professional standards, professional ethics, and established systems. Participating in leadership, advocacy, personal growth, and professional development activities.
Knowledge of accepted business practices, legal and regulatory requirements, financial obligations, and record keeping. Developing or implementing program policies, communication strategies, management plans, and sound financial practices.
Knowledge of disabilities and other special needs, related resources, and regulations/laws. Implementing an inclusive and sensitive practice with children and youth in partnership with families.
Understanding & Guiding Behavior
Knowledge of developmentally appropriate and culturally appropriate guidance theories, principles and practices. Providing positive guidance to foster self-esteem, self-regulation, constructive behavior, and positive relationships for children and youth.
|SET ONE STANDARDS
FOR OREGON REGISTRY STEPS 1-7
|SET TWO STANDARDS
FOR OREGON REGISTRY STEPS 7.5-9
|SET THREE STANDARDS
FOR OREGON REGISTRY STEPS 9.5-10
|The first of three groups or sets of knowledge providing introductoryknowledge in the core knowledge category.What the professional is learning in Set One includes:
||The second of three groups or sets of knowledge providingintermediate knowledge in the core knowledge category.What the professional is learning in Set Two includes:
||The third of three groups or sets of knowledge providing advancedknowledge in the core knowledge category.What the professional is learning in Set Three includes: