Writing a Competency Statement will demonstrate awareness of best practices

 

Writing a Competency Statement will demonstrate awareness of best practices to maintain a commitment to professionalism, providing a reference for the educator’s understanding and application. This written reflective competency statement aligns with the Council for Professional Recognition’s Standard VI: To Maintain a Commitment to Professionalism, and is a required element in the CDA Professional Portfolio

Instructions:

Content: 

  • Begin your reflective statement with a paragraph introducing how your practices as an educator meet this standard.
  • Then, write at least one paragraph on each of the items below, using the labels CS-VI-a and CS-I-b.
  • The entire statement should be between 300 and 500 words in length. Visualize and explain what you would do and how you would meet these standards as an early childhood educator.

Format:

  • Begin your reflective statement with a paragraph introducing how your practices as an educator meet this standard.
  • CS-VI-a:
  • Reflect on why you chose to become an early childhood professional.
  • CS-VI-b:
  • Reflect on what you believe are the most important indicators of professionalism that you possess.
  • Be sure the format and organization of your assignment are clear and includes:
  • The title Competency Statement: CS-VI (CS-VI-a, CS-VI-b)
  • Your name
  • Proper spelling and grammar
 

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