Development Of Ecpe Materials
This course deals
with the practical application of evidence-based practices based on early
childhood education principles and theories. Students work with diverse young
children and families in culturally, linguistically and ability diverse early
childhood settings under the supervision of a site supervisor and a college
course work supervisor.
course unit aims to use nondiscriminatory formal and informal educational and
assessment methods that are also culturally and linguistically valid and
appropriate across developmental domains and modify instruction, monitor
performance and assess progress and support positive behaviors.
By the end of the course unit,
students should be able to:
Articulate and demonstrate skills needed to develop supportive, inclusive
learning climates including collaborative, respectful partnerships between
children, professionals, family members, and communities that are culturally
and linguistically diverse.
Evaluate student interests, strengths and challenges, teaching resources and
materials, and evidence-based instructional practices to plan, implement, and
assess curriculum appropriate for diverse children.
Demonstrate the knowledge and ability to design implement, evaluate and adapt
respectful, cohesive early childhood environments and evidence-based practices
and curricula that are developmentally, individually, and culturally