Home and School Cooperation for Administration of Early Childhood Centers
This online course teaches students how to collaborate with parents for an optimal learning environment where children, parents, and teachers function as a team in the educational process.
What you can learn.
- Develop collaborative methods for parent engagement and participation in early childhood centers
- Understand the historical, economic, and cultural factors that affect family values and child-rearing practices
- Learn communication skills for working with parents of young children
About this course:Learn ways to create an optimal learning environment, where children, parents, and teachers function as a team in the educational process. Applies toward Title 22 Regulations for Supervisor, Administrator, and Director; Title 5 Child Development Permits for Master Teacher, Site Supervisor, and Program Director; core required course for Advanced Core Certificate Program.
Winter 2020 Schedule
These courses are fully online, and there are no in-person classroom meetings.
This course requires purchase of a digital text for $73.50. Instructions and a link to purchase will be available on the course website. International students should verify their web access to Cengage Publishers before purchasing. Materials required. Please note that while late enrollment into a course is acceptable up to four days after the course start date, it is the responsibility of each student to acquire all required books and course materials by the time they are needed in the course.
These courses meet in person and make use of an online presence to varying degrees.
Please note this is a Spanish version of the course. Internet access required. Materials required.