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Early childhood programs that strive for tangible evidence of a high level of excellence

 Early childhood programs that strive for tangible evidence of a high level of excellence can

a.obtain state licensing.

b.have at least one teacher who has earned a Child Development Associate credential in each classroom.

c.provide in-service training for the staff.

d.undergo accreditation by a group such as the National Academy of Early Childhood Programs.

13.              Early childhood professionalism is

a.universally acknowledged and accepted.

b.not universally acknowledged and accepted.

c.acknowledged and accepted by those who work in the field but not by the public at large.

d.not a relevant concern, because the field is so diverse.

14.              An agreed-on statement that includes guidelines for behavior, facilitates decision making, and provides the backing of like-minded professionals when a difficult decision must be made is called

a.a declaration of professionalism.

b.an early childhood educator’s handbook.

c.a code of ethics.

d.a task analysis profile.

15.              The Code of Ethical Conduct recognizes that

a.many of the day-to-day decisions of early childhood educators are of a moral and ethical nature.

b.early childhood educators are guided by common sense, but that occasionally they have to make a decision for which they need some guidance.

c.such a code is not really needed by well-trained professionals, but that its existence contributes to making early childhood education recognized as a profession.

d.such a code is needed to help early childhood staff members who have not had formal training in the field.

16.              The guiding principle of the NAEYC Code of Ethical Conduct is that

a.child care centers must carry liability insurance to cover potential legal costs.

b.teachers need to agree on what is and what is not ethical within each individual child care setting.

c.teachers must above all do nothing that harms children.

d.ethical standards need to be agreed on by the teachers, parents, and community leaders of a center.

17.              The largest early childhood professional organization is the

a.National Association for the Education of Young Children.

b.Association for Childhood Education International.

c.National Teacher Association.

d.Southern Early Childhood Association.

18.              Research over a six year period regarding teacher turnover rate and its impact found that

a.the childcare workforce is alarmingly unstable.

b.82 percent left their jobs over the six years.

c.the yearly turnover rate averaged 30 percent.

d.All of these answers.

19.              The highest rate of teacher turnover in early childhood education is among those who

a.have little education or training in the field.

b.have a degree in early childhood education.

c.have a CDA credential.

d.All of these answers.

20.              Indirect problems with a high teacher turnover rate in early childhood education programs include

a.children who spend less time in social activities with peers.

  • b.children who wander aimlessly.

c.increased problems in separation from parents at the beginning of the day.

d.All of these answers.

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