This is a graduate level class. However, undergraduate credit is available upon request. There are no changes in content, price, or expectations.
This course is based on 6 course sessions through 18 contact hours taught in regional locations to groups of early childhood educators. This module provides strategies to support teacher inquiry, community building, and documentation of projects. Creating responsive environments, play, intentional teaching and incidental learning opportunities are continuing themes in all of the content standards modules but a particular focus in this module. The role of assessment and accountability in all early childhood environments is woven throughout the module.
Before registering for Ashland University credit, you must visit www.ecqnet.org for specific registration, site and time information for all Pre-K/K SIRI classes. If this site does not provide registration information call 1-800-678-6352.
In order to receive a grade (S) please fax your certificate of completion to 440-366-4066 or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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