LEARNING 2 The learning environment in which a child is placed is crucial to their development. There are many different learning environments for children, depending on their age certain criteria must be taught as well as learning tools appropriate for that age range should be present. If there are no learning tools as well as age appropriate material then the child (ren) will suffer due to lack of quality materials. The floor plan that is being presented is for children age 2 to 5. If I were to become a teacher the age group that I would want to work with and teach would be toddlers to preschoolers. Their minds are so willing to learn and intentions are completely pure so they do try to please others as well as please themselves. The setting of my learning environment is a classroom that is quite large for the amount of students to attend the space needs to be large. Learning environments and developmental domains play a very large role in the way a child learns and expresses them self. “The physical domain of development covers physical growth and development, gross motor development and skills, fine motor skills, and perceptual motor skills” (Estes, L.S., & Krogh, S.L., 2012, p. 3.1). We know that gross motor skills are movement of the entire body and fine motor skills would be using the muscles of individual body parts like fingers or feet. In the learning environment that I have created there is plenty of room in the middle of the classroom that would allow for students to dance or do some exercise before class begins to get the blood flowing. A couple of examples that can be found in my learning environment would be the book stands that I have in the far right corner and couches or beanbag chairs the students can learning how to turn pages correctly by using fine motor skills with their fingers. Also another example would be the students are able to sit at the large tables and do craft project such as learning to cut accurately with scissors. “Young children who become proficient in fundamental movement skills are more likely to engage in sports and other fitness activities throughout childhood and
This course covers the principles, the approaches and the methodology in auditing information systems to ensure the processes and the procedures are in compliance with pertinent laws and regulatory provisions especially in the context of information systems security (ISS).
- ENG 101: English Composition 1
- ENG 102: English Composition 2
- ITE 145: Fundamentals of Information Systems Security
- ITE 220: Networking and Data Communcation (Recommended)
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)
Students who successfully complete this course will be able to:
- Describe the role of information systems security (ISS) compliance in relation to organizations.
- Explain specific U.S. compliance laws and standards, and how they affect IT operations.
- Explain the scope of an IT audit for compliance and the use of standards and frameworks.
- Describe the components and basic requirements for creating an audit plan to support business and system considerations.
- Describe the parameters required to conduct and report on an IT infrastructure audit for organizational compliance.
- Describe information security systems compliance requirements within the seven domains of an IT infrastructure.
- Describe the qualifications, ethics, and certification organizations for IT auditors.
General Education Outcomes (GEOs)
Please check the applicable GEOs for this course, if any, by outcomes at GEO Category Search, or by subject area at GEO Discipline Search.
Course Activities and Grading
Available through Charter Oak’s online bookstore
- Weiss, Martin. Auditing IT Infrastructures for Compliance - Print Bundle. Jones & Bartlett. 2nd ed. 2015. ISBN-13: 9781284117004
Note: This is a Print Bundle which includes the textbook and the Access Code required for this course. Student must purchase these materials “New” from the Charter Oak State College bookstore. Used materials or materials from any other source are not acceptable.
Readings and Exercises
Topic: Introduction Systems Security Compliance
Topic: Information Security Compliance Audit
Topic: Planning, Conducting, and Reporting an IT Infrastructure Audit for Compliance
Topics: Compliance Within the User, Workstation, and LAN Domains
Topic: Compliance Within the LAN-to-WAN and WAN Domains
Topic: Compliance Within the Remote Access and System/ Application Domains
Topics: Ethics, Education, and Certification for IT Auditors
Topics: Conclusion and Final Exam
COSC Accessibility Statement
Charter Oak State College encourages students with disabilities, including non-visible disabilities such as chronic diseases, learning disabilities, head injury, attention deficit/hyperactive disorder, or psychiatric disabilities, to discuss appropriate accommodations with the Office of Accessibility Services at OAS@charteroak.edu.
COSC Policies, Course Policies, Academic Support Services and Resources
Students are responsible for knowing all Charter Oak State College (COSC) institutional policies, course-specific policies, procedures, and available academic support services and resources. Please see COSC Policies for COSC institutional policies, and see also specific policies related to this course. See COSC Resources for information regarding available academic support services and resources.
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