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Cancelled: Children's Specialist 2 Assessment (2 day)

Dates: Thursday, January 25, 2024 - Friday, January 26, 2024 from 8:30 am - 4 pm MT (2 Days)
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Event Type: Certificate Assessment

Location: Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (Inside the Solitude Building (Sweetwater Gondola Midstation))
IMPORTANT: You will need to pick up your J card prior to boarding the gondola in Cafe 6311 in the Bridger Center. Please note that you will not be able to store gear in the Solitude Building and will need to leave it at the base or in your car prior to going up the lift.

Host Division: Intermountain

Registration Information:
- First Chair Rate: $310.00 (available through Wednesday, January 10)
- Last Chair Rate: $335.00
- CEUs: 12

Prerequisites: Current PSIA-AASI Membership, CS 2 quiz must be passed prior to registration, CS 2 workbook requirement, CS1 certification required, Certification level 2 in primary discipline

Registration Deadline: Thursday, January 11, 2024, 11:59 pm MT

Online Registration: CLOSED

Course Description:

Course Overview: The Children's Specialist 2 (CS2) is a 2-day interactive, assessment-based certificate event. The event covers teaching children of all ages from the beginner/novice through the advanced zones with an emphasis in working with EACH CHILD IN A GROUP as well as the group of children as a whole.

Course Learning Outcomes

The CS2 Learning Outcomes follow the Learning Connection Model's outline with children's specific criteria:

People Skills

  • Engages in developmentally appropriate communication to meet each child's needs, the group's needs and the needs of the parents.
  • Manages intrapersonal and interpersonal situations with each child, the group of children as a whole and their parents in a developmentally appropriate manner.

Teaching Skills

  • Uses provided information about children and parents to plan agreed upon learning experiences through the advanced zone.
  • Delivers individualized learning experiences that have developmentally realistic outcomes.

Technical Skills

  • Identifies & compares distinct characteristics of cognitive, affective, and physical growth, including psychomotor development for individual children, relative to snowsports, through the advanced zone.
  • Prioritizes and individualizes cause and effect relationships influenced by child growth, stages of psychomotor development and equipment options and prescribes solutions for multiple fundamentals through the advanced zone.

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