Indiana Early Childhood Child Care Administrator Certificate
The Indiana Early Childhood Program Administrator Certificate awarded by T.E.A.C.H. Indiana indicates the effective administration of early care and education programs. Through the completion of course work and clinical experiences, child care professionals are able to demonstrate their competency in five areas: pedagogical, organizational systems, human resources, collaboration, and public policy.
Complete 19 credit hours; all courses listed.
Prepares teacher candidates to create learning environments that enhance the strengths and abilities of diverse learners, including students from various cultural, racial, ethnic, and social backgrounds; students with differing learning styles; students who are gifted/talented; and students with disabilities. Focuses on the development of teachers‘ attitudes toward diverse learners and skills in developing and using multiple instructional strategies and adaptations to ensure that all students learn.
Prepares teacher candidates to explore important and complex roles of teachers, other school and related personnel, primary family members, and their interactions. Accessing school services and personnel will be discussed. Designed to create an awareness of referral agencies and facilities concerned with education, health, and welfare of all students. Discussion will include basic school laws that affect all teachers in terms of contracts, school boards, school policies and procedures, discipline, and special education.
This course provides the information and skills early childhood educators need to become nurturing, self-directed, competent teachers. These professionals will learn how to relate well to children and adults, organize an environment and design learning experiences which contribute to the social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development of young children. The course provides various methodologies, diagnostic tools, and intervention strategies used with young children with and without developmental delays and disabilities. Emphasis will be given to guided observations and evaluation of all young children,including the development of individualized programs for children with development delays/disabilities. Prerequisite:ED124
Provides hands-on administration of a variety of early childhood assessments. Includes study of instrument design and technical features, administration, scoring, developmentally appropriate interpretation and dissemination of results.Requires admission to the Teacher Education Program.
Analysis and evaluation of current educational programs for young children with emphasis on designing and developing a program commensurate with needs of children. Requires admission to the Teacher Education Program.Course fee.
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