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  • 1. Child Care from a Global Perspective U.S.A Group Members: Jing Gao Jia Hui Zhou Yihan Wang Yanni Gao Khairun NM Sultana
  • 2. Type of Childcare  Four types of childcare Childcare Center: care children in groups, centers are located in churches, houses, community centers and buildings designed especially for childcare Family Childcare Providers:  care for children in the provider’s home, and it must to be licensed. Providers must also have a criminal records check
  • 3. Type of Childcare Home Caregivers: home caregivers provide care for children in the child’s home. They may be live-in or live –out nannies or housekeepers Care Provided by Relatives: care provided by relatives may take place in the caregiver’s home or in the child’s home. The care Is provided by a family member
  • 4. History / Evolution  Beginning: Whole concept of the early childhood education system start with a European mother back in 1800s ECE system came to American in the Industrial Revolution First infant school was in Winconsin 1848 Different Methods Implemented: The Montessori Method
  • 5. History / Evolution Con't  Evolution  The early childhood program in the U.S. proved to be very successful since the mid-1960s USA today: Increase of number enroll in children 2009-2010 almost 1,292,310 children enrolled in state- funded PreK program
  • 6. History / Evolution Con't  Ontario  Christian Missionaires began to take the indigenour children and attempted to "evangelise" them.  1870w Froebel kindergartens first appear in Canada  Leter Egerton Ryerson's establish the school system in Ontario  In 1946 Day Nurseries Act (DNA) established
  • 7. Philosophy  What is Philosophy? "Philosophy is a process of thinking, a set of ideas that formulated to comprehend the world and is base on your belief and values" (Marah, 2013) USA Childcare Philosophy: Both USA and Ontario philosophy are similar Children are different, unique and special Develop socially, emotionally, cognititvely and physically Exploring and Play Right to be respected and accepted
  • 8. Accessibility of Childcare  Different services support difference children  Child care services in both country are similar  Both have: Child care centre Family child care In-home child care After school care Kindergarten
  • 9. Accessibility of Childcare  Child Care Centre  It is prove care for 3 month to 12 age children  The caregivers must have childhood education  Generally Licensed by state(USA)/ province(Canada)  It offer full-day or part-day programs Family child care It services a small group of children It is located within caregivers home It may have One or more educators Children vary in age from infancy to school age
  • 10. Accessibility of Childcare  In-home child care  It is takes place in the child’s own home  The caregiver may be a baby-sitter or nanny After-school care It is usually for children who attend elementary/primary school School-aged children participate in there care either before of after school or both It may be operated by child care centers, churches and recreation.
  • 11. Accessibility of Childcare Different services in USA and Canada USA Head Start program Sick child care Ontario Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve
  • 12. Accessibility of Childcare  USA  It is only one school- year.  Children usually attend kindergarten around 5 to 6 years old  Many states widely offer a free kindergarten, while other states require all 5 years olds to enroll  Ontario  It has two grades, junior kindergarten and senior kindergarten  Junior kindergarten for 4 years old children; senior kindergarten for 5years old children  It can be publicly funded or fee based Kindergarten
  • 13. Role and Responsibilities of Early Childhood Education in The US  For Children  ECE enhances the development of young children , keeps them healthy and makes preparations for them to study in school.  For parents  ECE releases strains of employed mothers, helps parents fulfill their roles as nurturers and teachers to their children by providing skill training.  For Society  ECE offers opportunities of workforces and reduces school failure
  • 14. Role and responsibilities of ECE Training in the US  Child care workers operate in a variety of settings, most frequently a daycare center.  In the USA, though requirements vary from state to state, a high school diploma or its equivalent is usually the only education necessary.  Preschool teachers typically work with children from age two until they're ready for kindergarten. For administrative positions, however, a child development certificate or associate degree is generally the minimum requirement.
  • 15. Role and responsibilities of ECE Training in Ontario  ECEs are responsible for planning and organizing activities that protect and promote children’s intellectual, physical, social and emotional growth.  A registered member of the College of Early Childhood Educators to call yourself an Early Childhood Educator or a Registered Early Childhood Educator in Ontario.  To qualify for membership with the College, you must have, at minimum, an ECE diploma from an Ontario College of Applied Arts and Technology (OCAAT) or the equivalent.
  • 16. Conclusion  Types:  Both childcare centers and family childcare should be licensed. Children in home caregivers and care provided by relatives are taken care by housekeepers and relatives respectively in home.  History:  A European mother was the initiator of ECE in the USA. Thanks to Industrial Revolution, people found it's an effective and safe way to take care of children.  Philosophy:  Montessori Method is a common technique in ECE.These two countries believe that each child should be seen as a whole child.
  • 17.  Availability and Accessibility:  American ECE takes care of children from 3 months to 12 years old. Based on each child's situation, it divides as family child care, after school program, kindergarten and sick child care.  Role of ECE and its training:  ECE in the USA enhances children various abilities for their school and lives. Also it solves social problems for employed parents and provides more positions for workforces.
  • 18. Thank You All For Listening To Our Presentation On Child Care From A Global Perspective : U.S.A
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