Early Childhood Education

Early Childhood Education

  • Descriptions: The Associate of Arts in Teacher Education will be awarded to a student who successfully completes one of the following three programs: Early Childhood Education Licensure, Paraprofessional Licensure, or Transfer for P-12 Licensure.
     
Teacher Education Program OutcomesProgram Measurements UsedResultsComparison DataContinuous Improvement
1. Discuss issues centered on perspectives and principles underlying the three program areas in education.
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2. Identify and analyze educational philosophies and psychological perspectives of education.
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3. Examine best teaching practices in accord with principles of child development.
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4. Plan and implement developmentally appropriate lessons according to state academic standards and the needs of students.
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5. Use classroom observation and research as sources for assessing the outcomes of teaching and learning.
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6. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior in the field.
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7. Share an appreciation for diversity in home, community, and school environments.
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8. Accept the multiple responsibilities and commitments involved in facilitating learning.
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