Home and School Cooperation for Administration of Early Childhood Centers

EDUC X 321.19

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.

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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 and is a core required course for the Early Childhood Education Administration Certificate Program.

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