2021-2022 Pierce College Catalog 
    Apr 25, 2024  
2021-2022 Pierce College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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ECED 275 Early Childhood Student Teaching 6 credits

Formerly ECED 220

Prerequisite ECED& 105 , EDUC& 115 , ECED& 170 , ECED& 180 , ECED& 160 , EDUC& 130 , MUSC 205 , ART 215  and ECED 225  with minimum grades of 2.0 and department permission. Must be taken concurrently with ECED 270 .

Course Description
Designed for student participation in planning and implementing a developmentally appropriate classroom under supervision in the Pierce College nursery school laboratory facility. Includes experiences in lead teaching, team building, and application of curriculum with young children.

Student Outcomes
In alignment with NAEYC Competencies, students will:

Apply child development principles to create developmentally effective materials and select equipment for children from birth through age 8 to explore, discover, and learn in context.
Develop and sustain the habit of reflective and intentional practice.
 Engage in continuous, collaborative, and intercultural learning to inform professional practice.
Develop a professional identity in order to engage in professional communication, advocate for children, and ethically participate as members of the early childhood profession.
Implement and evaluate meaningful, developmentally effective, and integrated learning experiences in all academic content areas.
Apply developmentally, culturally, and linguistically appropriate teaching and guidance practices that are responsive to learning trajectory of young children and to the needs of each child.
Communicate and build relationships with families and communities that are respectful, inclusive, and reflect cultural humility.

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