Total Action for Progress: Head Strat is a very well managed and equal opportunity environment. A typical day would involve preparing bottles for four child approximately every two hours, feeding the children baby food between one or two bottle feedings, engaging children in age appropriate activates, when they are awake. I will keep the abreast of what accrued with their children in the center though an individualized daily reports. I will plan daily individualized lesson daily activities for children using the Creative Curriculum, which focuses on social and emotional, cognitive, physical development, fine and gross motor development.
I have learned that caring for infants and toddlers requires immense creativity, and patience, (it can be compared to babysitting) during my five years working for Total Action for Progress: Head Strat. The most trying part of the job is documenting the anecdotal notes into the creative curriculum on a daily basis. The most enjoyable part of my job was learning about the temperament of each child, and engaging each child according to his or her abilities. I also gained confidence among my co-workers and the management team, because they answered all my questions I had concerning the my job, and they made me feel comfortable, in performing my duties on the job. I looking forward to coming to work every day.
Learning about the temperament of each child, and engaging each child according to his or her abilities.
Documenting the anecdotal notes into the creative curriculum on a daily basis.