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Community Outreach Coalition
100 Noble Street
Posted: September 08 2015
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DescriptionDemonstrate initiative, responsibility, and resourcefulness.
• Become reflective practitioners, learning from other professionals, diverse young children and their families,
and their own experiences, including mistakes.
• Ask for help, advice, feedback – and act on it as appropriate.
• Write detailed plans for daily activities and review them with the CP.
• Demonstrate high standards of ethics and professionalism in interactions with colleagues, children, and
• Videotape their teaching and interactions with children several times over the course of the internship in order
to engage in an in-depth analysis of their teaching practice. Write a critical reflection of the videotaped
teaching events to include in the internship notebook.
• Maintain an Internship Notebook to be reviewed at each visit by the US, which includes progress reports, an
accurate log of hours, and other documentation requested by CP and US (see section on Internship Notebook
for a detailed list of what should be included).
• Follow the schedule established with the CP and US during the semester.
• Share all course syllabi with CP and plan for how assignments will be completed.
• Provide internship information to their CPs including the Internship Manual, CP Pay forms, and updated
ResponsibilitiesApply a strengths-based ecological approach to their work with young children, families, communities, and
• Engage in reflective practice and critical decision-making using research and knowledge of effective
instructional strategies and tools;
• Develop a deeper recognition and understanding of social justice, especially the impact of race, ethnicity,
linguistic heritage, poverty, disability, gender, and other diversities on young children, families,
communities, and other professionals;
• Advocate for equity, access, participation, and supports for young children, families, communities, and
other professionals; and
• Develop intercultural competency and an awareness of global connectedness and its impact on young
children, families, communities, and other professionals.
Experience, certifications and course work