ECE217 Supervised Field Experience
Lead Faculty: Dr. Susan B. Gilbert
Successful Candidates have an opportunity of applying theory and practice into a child-centered curriculum which shows competence in selection of teaching strategies designed to create diverse developmentally appropriate, safe, healthy and learning environment in a preschool setting under supervision.
- Explain various theoretical perspectives of developmentally appropriate methods which are essential in child-centered curriculum planning, teaching strategies, outdoor environments and relationships.
- Design developmentally, linguistically and culturally appropriate child-centered lessons supporting health and safety, cognitive, language, social, emotional and physical growth.
- Demonstrate reading, writing and speaking skills needed to effectively communicate with families and other professionals
- Know ethical guidelines and professional standards related to early childhood education.
- Select appropriate information from resources and technologies in producing presentations and developing child-centered curriculum.
- Apply an interweaving of theory and practice into a child-centered curriculum which shows competence in selection of teaching strategies, outdoor environments and relationships designed to create a developmentally appropriate learning environment under supervision within a preschool setting.