Magazine article Techniques

SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT: Caddo Kiowa Technology Center

Magazine article Techniques

SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT: Caddo Kiowa Technology Center

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CADDO KIOWA TECHNOLOGY CENTER (CKTC) IN FORT COBB, OKLAHOMA, provides training in more than 20 programs for adults and high school students. The high school students, from 14 school districts in Southwest Oklahoma, may enroll in their junior and senior years. Among the programs offered at CKTG is the early childhood development and services program. It is a Three Star Program, which means that it meets more than just the minimum licensing requirements; it is not only nationally accredited, but it includes additional quality criteria. CKTG is accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, and, in addition, the early childhood development program is accredited by the National Accreditation Commission for Early Care and Education Programs.

The 2,100-hour program has summer and evening classes and online classes available as part of Early Education: Pathway to GDA (Child Development Associate, a national credential). The courses include Providing for Children's Health and Safety, Promoting Good Nutrition, Providing an Environment for Learning, Applying Child Development Concepts, Ensuring Development ally Appropriate Practices, Developing Program Plans, Involving Parents and the Community, and Maintaining Record Keeping.

There are two units on guiding children, and three courses on caring for children of different ages. There is also a unit on caring for special needs children. The last three units are Preparing for the Role of Master Teacher, Developing as an Early Education Professional, and Preparing for GDA. …

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