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ECE 205 - Professionalism in Infant-Toddler Settings

( 3 :0 :0 ) 3 credits

This course provides the Infant/Toddler caregiver with the tools to enhance their skills as professionals. The fundamentals of the course are embedded in National Association of the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Standards for Early Childhood Professional Preparation. This course examines 5 key components of professionalism: core knowledge and competencies, program quality standards, ethical conduct and reflective practice, advocacy and leadership, and professional collaborations and development. Students will be prepared to integrate these components into the delivery of high quality professional caregiving.

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