Supervision and Administration of Early Childhood Centers: Part I
EDUC X 321.2
This online course in early childhood program administration offers an introduction to the logistical and philosophical details of planning and implementing developmentally appropriate care and education of young children.
Plan a safe and developmentally appropriate learning environment
Assess policy and personnel practices
Understand licensing, documentation, and record-keeping
About this course:
This course offers an overview of administering a child care center. An introduction to the logistical and philosophical details of planning, implementation, and appropriate care and education is presented. Instruction covers national professional guidelines for how an effective administrator implements a plan, creates a safe and developmentally appropriate learning environment, and evaluates the quality and improvement of a center. You learn about record-keeping, reporting and staff policies. Licensing, permits and regulations are covered for the state of California. Applies toward California Title 22 and Title 5 regulation compliance and child development permits.
This course requires purchase of a digital text. 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. Internet access required. Materials required.
No refunds after February 16, 2024
Mindtap:Developing and Administering a Child Care and Education Program
Speak to a program representative. Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm.