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ECE 353 Week 3 Assignment Role Of Families And The Community
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Role of Families and the Community [CLOs: 4]. Due by Day 7. One responsibility of professionals when working with children is offering support for families by sharing information with them about developmentally appropriate strategies for their children and the availability of resources in their community. Recall that during Week Two you developed a flyer that taught the families that you work with about the role of working memory, attention, and executive function in learning and development. Now, imagine the principal of a local school district saw your flyer and has invited you to submit a proposal for an upcoming district-wide professional development conference. Your proposal will need to analyze the role that families and communities play in promoting optimal cognitive development for a specific age group of children. Before starting your assignment, review the Week Three Instructor Guidance for additional information, resources, and support. Additionally, review the Grading Rubric for this assignment to understand how you will be evaluated and contact your instructor using the “Ask Your Instructor” discussion before the due date with questions.

To begin, choose which age group your proposal will focus on:

·         Option 1: Infants and Toddlers (Ages 0-2)

·         Option 2: Preschoolers (Ages 3-5)

·         Option 3: School-Aged (Ages 6-8) 

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