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A Curriculum and Resource Guide for,Classroom Teachers and Bus Monitors. Transportation,Safety Education,Curriculum,Meeting Head Start Program. Performance Standards and Child Outcomes,Developed By. Tina Heily,Child Development Coordinator EPIC Head Start. Yakima Washington,Acknowledgments, I wish to recognize the following EPIC Head Start staff for their support in the creation and.
implementation of the Transportation Safety Education Curriculum Thank you all from the. bottom of my heart You are a true testament to the Head Start values goals and missions to. serve children and families,Debbie Heide Transportation Manager. Joann Carow Transportation Manager,Linda Goodpaster Transportation Manager. Ted Tucker Bus Driver,Marilea Roberts Bus Driver,Gary Pue Bus Driver. Robert Garcia Bus Driver,Trini Mendoza Bus Driver,Crystal Zumwalt Bus Driver. Phil Hammond Bus Driver,Linda Porter Bus Driver,Brenda Gongora Bus Driver.
Reyes Robledo Bus Driver,Eunice Hopfauf Bus Driver. Shelly Gallegos Bus Driver,Daniel Rodriguez Bus Driver. Loren Youderian Bus Driver,Pam Sterling Transportation Assistant. Brenda Widmyer Transportation Assistant,Jack Moseman Transportation Assistant. Ester Rivera Transportation Assistant,Roxana Safford Transportation Assistant.
Isabel Huizar Transportation Assistant,Maria Martinez Transportation Assistant. Luz Deleon Transportation Assistant,Mayte Martinez Transportation Assistant. Martha Valencia Transportation Assistant,Maria Lupe Rios Transportation Assistant. Erlinda Gonzalez Transportation Assistant,Enriqueta Rafaela Transportation Assistant. Anabel Cruz Transportation Assistant,Julie Gasseling Transportation Assistant.
Israel Benavidez Transportation Assistant,Myrtle Dahlin Curriculum Program Manager. Julie Flores Child Development Coordinator,Veronica Santangelo Child Development Coordinator. Lupe Lagunas Child Development Coordinator,Nancy Spurgeon Program Director. Ellane Jepson Operations Director,Table of Contents. 5 Introduction 63 Unit 5 Emergency Evacuation Bus Drill. Sample Lessons, 10 Meeting the Head Start Program Head Start Child Outcomes Web.
Performance Standards Think Safety Chart Pictures,Additional Activities. 13 Teacher s Guide for Using,the Curriculum SECTION 2. 19 Introduction to Safety Sam 73 Family Letters with Parent. and his Backpack Child Activity,21 Unit 1 Safe Riding Practices. 84 Teaching on the Bus A Guide,Sample Lessons,for Bus Monitors. Head Start Child Outcomes Web,Think Safety Chart Pictures.
Additional Activities,88 Resources,31 Unit 2 Safety Procedures for Videos. Boarding and Leaving the Vehicle Children s Books,Sample Lessons Publications. Head Start Child Outcomes Web Head Start Performance Standard 1310 21. Think Safety Chart Pictures Head Start Child Outcomes. Additional Activities Head Start Child Outcomes Web. Memory Games Sequence Cards, 41 Unit 3 Safe Procedures in Crossing the Fingerplays Songs. Street to and from the Vehicle at Stops Bus Patterns. Sample Lessons Child Completion Certificate,Head Start Child Outcomes Web. Think Safety Chart Pictures,Additional Activities,110 Sources of Information.
53 Unit 4 Recognition of the,Danger Zones Around the Vehicle. Sample Lessons,Head Start Child Outcomes Web,Think Safety Chart Pictures. Additional Activities,Transportation Safety Education Curriculum. Introduction,EPIC Transportation Safety Education Curriculum. Transportation Safety Education for Preschoolers and Their Families. The EPIC Transportation Safety Education Curriculum for Preschool Children was. developed in a collaborative effort between the education team and transportation. staff of EPIC Enterprise For Progress in the Community a non profit organization. providing Head Start Migrant and Seasonal Head Start and State Funded Preschool. programs in five central Washington Counties The curriculum was piloted during the. 2001 2002 program year and is now in use throughout EPIC s system reaching more. than 1 500 children annually Tina Heily Child Development Coordinator authored the. curriculum The Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Quality Improvement Center AED. then reviewed commented and designed the layout for the curriculum. What is the EPIC Transportation Safety Education Curriculum. In this curriculum vehicle safety and pedestrian safety are presented as an ongoing part of. preschool education and includes components devoted to classroom activities bus. activities parent education materials for use in home tasks parent meetings and home. visits to impact the health safety and well being of the entire family. The EPIC Transportation Safety Education Curriculum is specifically designed to match the. unique qualities of Head Start Migrant and Seasonal Head Start and State Funded. Preschool environments, It incorporates safety education concepts into preschool Child Learning Outcomes.
Domain Areas language development literacy mathematics science creative arts. social emotional development approaches to learning physical health. development and language acquisition for non English speaking children. It Supports the Head Start Program Performance Standards including Sec 1310 21 b. Safety Education, Copyright EPIC Supported by Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Quality Improvement Center AED. See beginning of manual for full copyright information Available at www mhsqic org 5. Transportation Safety Education Curriculum, It offers great Flexibility for teachers It provides sample lessons and alternatives to fit a. variety of Teaching Styles and allows for Creativity of individual teachers in how activities. are executed throughout the classroom environment, It can be Individualized to meet the learning needs of a group or specific children. The Goal of the curriculum is to gain Children s Interests make the lessons Relevant to. their lives and build Self Esteem that leads to Self Motivation and acting on what they ve. What Piloting the Curriculum Taught Us, There were many successes and challenges during the pilot phase of the curriculum before. creating the final curriculum manual The premise that we started out with is that the bus is an. extension of the classroom environment and the appropriate place to teach children the safety. procedures addressed in the EPIC Transportation Safety Education Curriculum manual. Realizing the importance and relevance of children making real life connections to the. lessons being taught the education team developed a plan of action to include the. transportation team in the implementation process with teacher support Throughout the. planning process the education team identified the various skill levels of the transportation. staff pertaining to best practices and developmental appropriateness of teaching young. children Prior to implementation transportation staff received pre service training in Child. Growth and Development Communication with Children and Curriculum Based Approaches. to Learning through Play, We also considered the time frames on the bus and the best opportunities to share.
information with children with regards to safety Pilot test manuals were created with. resources pilot curricula and implementation guidance Supporting backpacks and. resources were purchased to support the implementation process The education team. provided various ways to capture supporting evidence of children s learning e g lesson. plans work samples photographs journaling reflections etc. The education team identified ongoing in service opportunities needed for the. transportation team to provide follow up to questions concerns guidance successes. challenges and to identify additional resources to support the implementation process The. education team provided monthly in service trainings for one to two hours in duration The. structure of the training included a round table approach with all input valued and shared. The agenda included the following topics,Check In How are things going. Success Stories,Challenges,Adaptations, 6 Copyright EPIC Supported by Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Quality Improvement Center AED. See beginning of manual for full copyright information Available at www mhsqic org. Transportation Safety Education Curriculum,Parent Education. Working WITH the Classroom Teacher,Additional Resources Needed. The classroom staff and transportation staff worked in a collaborative effort and provided. each other with resources ideas and materials The bus monitors presented lessons in the. classroom as well as on the bus The bus drivers visited classrooms to talk to children about. safety and helped to reinforce the curriculum key safety concepts Classroom teachers gave. guidance to bus monitors to assure developmentally appropriate practices were followed. when teaching young children the safety lessons, At the conclusion of the pilot project the final curriculum manual and resources were developed.
to support the successes shared by classroom staff transportation staff and parents. Why Use EPIC s Transportation Safety Education Curriculum. Keeping children healthy may start with regular doctor visits eating right and immunizations. but the Migrant and Seasonal Head Start program takes childhood health and safety one step. further with the implementation of the EPIC Transportation Safety Education Curriculum The. curriculum guide was designed and adapted to aid the Migrant and Seasonal Head Start. teachers and bus monitors in providing preschool age children 3 5 years with the knowledge. skills and attitudes necessary for safe travel to and from school Only after learning the rules. and procedures of safe behavior and practice can children develop skills and good attitudes. toward their responsibilities as safe riders and pedestrians. Migrant and Seasonal Head Start provides bus transportation services to children to and. from school and for special trips such as community events and field trips For this reason. all children need to know bus safety rules and procedures Goals and objectives of the. curriculum also address pedestrian safety as well as rider safety. Consider the following, Despite laws in every state requiring small children to ride in safety seats and older. children and adults to wear seat belts hospitalizations from motor vehicle crashes are. second only to falls among children through age 19. Recognizing parents as the primary teacher in their child s life and providing appropriate. parent education is essential in lowering motor vehicle child casualties. Limited resources and curricula for young preschool children and parents make the task. of teaching transportation safety that much more difficult. Using the EPIC Transportation Safety Education Curriculum will result in a heightened. awareness for young children and parents of the importance of using appropriate child. Copyright EPIC Supported by Migrant and Seasonal Head Start Quality Improvement Center AED. See beginning of manual for full copyright information Available at www mhsqic org 7. Transportation Safety Education Curriculum, safety restraints and car seats Outcomes reported by parents and staff include. Children are learning the safety rules and Think Safety First They are sharing what. they have learned in the classroom as well as with their parents. Inappropriate behaviors on the bus are on the decline as a result of children engaging in. meaningful learning experiences about safety, Bus monitors and classroom staff are working together in a collaborative effort to meet. children s needs in and out of the classroom environment. The curriculum is really working and effective both at home and at school. My child is learning about using safety seats and reminds the rest of us to buckle up in. Teachers are providing me with activities to do at home with my child. My child has learned about the danger zones around the bus and other vehicles. My child shared how he would get off of the bus in case of an emergency. When we ride the city bus my child reminds me to hold the handrail and take one step. I am happy to know my child is learning how to cross the street safely with an adult and. recognize traffic signs and symbols, Bus monitors talk to me regularly about some things I can do at home to help my child. learn more about vehicle safety, I am pleased to see my child has a regular seat on the bus and can buckle up.
by himself, My child is excited about riding on the big bus when he goes to kindergarten. How is the Curriculum Organized, The EPIC Transportation Safety Education Curriculum is structured into five essential. learning concepts that organize the curriculum for children and family components. These concepts are, Safe riding practices Establishes safe behaviors for riding on the bus to include key. concepts of Think Safety First Find my seat Buckle up Keep my feet in front keeping. the aisle clear and Use a quiet voice, Safety procedures for boarding and leaving the vehicle Prepares children for safe. loading and unloading on the bus to include key concepts of Wait for my turn Wait for. the OK to load signal thumbs up Take one step at a time and Hold onto the handrail. Safety procedures in crossing the street to and from the vehicle at stops Teaches. children safe street crossing procedures to include key conce. Sample Lessons Head Start Child Outcomes Web Think Safety Chart Pictures Additional Activities 31 Unit 2 Safety Procedures for Boarding and Leaving the Vehicle Sample Lessons Head Start Child Outcomes Web Think Safety Chart Pictures Additional Activities 41 Unit 3 Safe Procedures in Crossing the Street to and from the Vehicle at Stops Sample Lessons Head Start Child Outcomes Web Think Safety

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