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In this one-time class, your child will learn the basics of caring for young children while babysitting including feeding, diapering, activities, tidying up and communication with parents of the children.
This class is a fun interactive class to learn the basics of caring for young children while babysitting. Students are encouraged to participate in question discussions and ask questions. It is strongly recommended but not required to have a doll and diaper available. This is a one time class with a brief introduction into caring of young children (feeding, diapering, etc.) and communication skills with the parents. The instructor will demonstrate diaper changing, bottle feeding and holding...
Students will improve their understanding of the role of the babysitter. They will learn skills in food prep for infants, toddlers and preschool age children including bottle feeding, cutting up food appropriate sizes, etc. They will learn questions to ask when considering a job, after accepting a job and when the job is completed. This course does not cover CPR and First Aid, which are strongly recommened additional training. Please bring a doll and a diaper if available for students to practice a few infant caring skills.
Kira Kjaersgaard has a B.A. in Child Development and a M.A. in Educational Psychology-Early Childhood Education. She is the oldest grandchild of 23 grandchildren. She spent her adolescence babysitting numerous cousins and neighborhood kids. She went on to develop a career educating new parents of all ages of newborn care and developmental milestones in group and at-home settings. Furthermore, her experience includes developing child development classes for teen parents and providing group care of infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
Recommended, but not required: doll and diaper
Progress will be assessed informally through classroom discussion.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Handouts for resources will be provided within our online classroom.
Meet the teacher
Hi! I teach early childhood education and elementary education classes, as well as teen classes about child development. I have nearly 20 years educating children in fun creative hands-on activities. I like to use a mult-sensory approach to...
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Live video meetings
3-10 learners per class