Develop skills to nurture young minds at Deakin and grow your confidence in the classroom with supported practical experience.
This survey course provides an overview of early childhood care and education, including historical and cultural perspectives, organization, structure, programming, and evidence-based practices.
The professional and evidence-based practices of highly qualified early childhood educators are outlined with an emphasis on their ability to enhance the development and learning of every child from birth to eight years of age. Considerations for diversity of culture, language, race, socioeconomic status, gender, ethnicity, and ability will be included. Students will spend a minimum of 15 hours observing in a variety of early childhood settings.
It covers the entire spectrum of early childhood education from birth to age eight.
The program’s history, curriculum, application, and current trends and issues are examined.
Course content is applicable to infant and toddler programs, preschool programs,
kindergartens and primary education.
The Early Childhood Education Certificate and Diploma Program provides students with the necessary skills and
knowledge of working with young children and their families in a variety of settings. Our program uses a play-based approach focusing on positive assets and strength-based perspectives. The exercises are designed to give students the opportunity to put theory into practice in an early childhood setting. The diploma program allows specialization as either an infant/toddler educator or a special needs educator. Areas of education include lifelong development; building relationships with children and families; creating
curriculum; leadership behavior; health, safety and nutrition; theory, ethics and philosophy; interpersonal and professional communication; observation and recording; and inclusive and diverse practices.
Early learning and care with a particular focus on discovering the points of connection between theory, research, policy and professional practice. Through reading, observation, critical reflection and discussion, students will explore perspectives and tensions in early education and care within human rights, ethical practice, governance, advocacy and leadership. Students will learn to identify the ways in which these influences connect, combine, and influence the daily lives of young children, families, educators, and communities in professional early education and care settings.
This course is aimed at individuals who wish to run a family day care center and covers topics including the basics of early childhood development; the importance of play and developmentally appropriate practice; and the importance of building strong family-caregiver relationships and how to achieve them.
International College of Technical Education.
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