Early Childhood Education Program Outcomes

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AAS – Early Childhood Education Degree Outcomes
AAS-T – Early Childhood Education Degree Outcomes

  1. Describe how children acquire language and creative expression and develop physically, cognitively and socially (Child Growth and Development).
  2. Establish an environment that provides learning experiences to meet children’s needs, abilities and interests (Curriculum and Learning Environment).
  3. Observe and assess what children know and can do in order to plan and provide curriculum that meets their developmental needs (Ongoing Measurement of Child Progress).
  4. Develop strong relationships with families and work collaboratively with agencies/organizations to meet children’s needs and to encourage the community’s involvement with early care and education (Families and Community Partnerships).
  5. Establish and maintain an environment that ensures children’s safety, health, and nourishment (Health, Safety, Nutrition).
  6. Establish supportive relationships with children and guide them as individuals and as part of a group (Interactions).
  7. Establish, implement, evaluate and analyze an early care and education setting (Program Planning and Development).
  8. Serve children and families in a professional manner and participate in the community as a representative of early care and education (Professional Development and Leadership).

Certificate – State Early Childhood Education Certificate Outcomes

  1. Describe how children acquire language and creative expression and develop physically, cognitively and socially (Child Growth and Development).
  2. Establish and maintain an environment that ensures children’s safety, health, and nourishment (Health, Safety, Nutrition).
  3. Establish supportive relationships with children and guide them as individuals and as part of a group (Interactions).

Program Outcomes

  1. Describe how children acquire language and creative expression and develop physically, cognitively and socially (Child Growth and Development).
  2. Establish an environment that provides learning experiences to meet children’s needs, abilities and interests (Curriculum and Learning Environment).
  3. Observe and assess what children know and can do in order to plan and provide curriculum that meets their developmental needs (Ongoing Measurement of Child Progress).
  4. Develop strong relationships with families and work collaboratively with agencies/organizations to meet children’s needs and to encourage the community’s involvement with early care and education (Families and Community Partnerships).
  5. Establish and maintain an environment that ensures children’s safety, health, and nourishment (Health, Safety, Nutrition).
  6. Establish supportive relationships with children and guide them as individuals and as part of a group (Interactions).
  7. Establish, implement, evaluate and analyze an early care and education setting (Program Planning and Development).
  8. Serve children and families in a professional manner and participate in the community as a representative of early care and education (Professional Development and Leadership).
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