Module 1 Review
This is a review of Professional Practice. Some of these questions may be on the final quiz.
You must complete all 10 Modules and pass the final quiz to receive credit for the Child Care Basic course. Certificates will be provided after successfully passing the final quiz and will be recorded in MERIT.
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1. A professional conforms to _______________standards.CorrectIncorrect
Young children deserve teachers who commit to_________________ and excellence every day.CorrectIncorrect
The standards and expectations for early learning professionals in Washington State are defined by the________________ of Children, Youth and Families, the National Association for the Education of Young children, and others.CorrectIncorrect
WAC is an acronym for:CorrectIncorrect
Some records kept in an early learning center must be kept confidential and should be kept secure in the director’s office.CorrectIncorrect
Some information about a center’s license should be available to all parents on-site and posted for all to read.CorrectIncorrect
7. Which of the following is not part of a child’s records:CorrectIncorrect
It is not necessary to keep copies of lesson plans on file from your classroom for licensing visits.CorrectIncorrect
9. Which of the following records must be kept in a secure place within a facility because they are considered confidential?CorrectIncorrect
The Washington State Core Competencies serve as the ____________for decisions and practices carried out by professionals in all settings and programs.CorrectIncorrect
11. The foundation in building _____________is to provide clear and open communication as well as a comfortable environment for parents and childcare professionals to collaborate together.CorrectIncorrect
Children benefit most from staff who have specialized in early childhood professional preparation.CorrectIncorrect
It is not necessary to collaborate with colleagues, families and the community when you work in ECE.CorrectIncorrect
Documentation of 10 hours of annual STARS training must be part of the employee’s personnel files.CorrectIncorrect
Providers can rely on the MERIT system to keep track of all STARS training, including this basic 30-hour training, and it is not necessary to have it on file in the center for licensing visits.CorrectIncorrect
If a center employs more than ____ people, certain written policies must be in place and discussed with each employee that is hired by the program.CorrectIncorrect
Once a child care center is licensed, the licensor will do a monitoring visit at least once every _____ months if you’re a child care center provider, and at least once every _____ months if you’re a family home provider.CorrectIncorrect
Some centers have found it useful to include a checklist in the front of each provider’s personnel file to keep track of records, but it is not required.CorrectIncorrect
Family home child care centers do not need to worry about licensing monitored visits.CorrectIncorrect
20. Information about a child or family that is considered confidential information should be:CorrectIncorrect