Inclusive Early Childhood Programs
12 Clock Hours / 1.2 CEUs
Inclusive Early Childhood Programs Course Description:
This course applies to children of all ages.
Learn the many benefits of including children with varying abilities in early childhood programs - both for children with special needs and for everyone else - and ways to integrate children with special needs into the child care community. This course includes accounts of real classroom experiences as well as numerous ideas for creating environments and planning activities that meet the needs of ALL children. See the course topics listed below for more information on what is covered.
Learning Outcomes: After completing Inclusive Early Childhood Programs you will be able to list the benefits of including children of all abilities in early childhood programs; describe real-life examples of teachers and caregivers who found success with inclusive early childhood programs; explain how to help typically-developing children understand their peers’ special needs; and choose appropriate words for referring to various disabilities. Read more.
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Core of Knowledge/Core Competency/Training Category Info Pages: Alabama, Colorado, Idaho, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Washington State and Wisconsin
Attention Massachusetts Students: This course is a diverse learner course. For others, click here.
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||NAC: The NECPA Commission, Inc. has approved this educational
program as meeting the criteria for continuing education for the
National Administrator Credential.
Topics Covered in Inclusive Early Childhood Programs:
- The many benefits of including children with varying abilities in early childhood programs
- Sources of information regarding inclusive early childhood programs
- How real-life people have implemented inclusive early childhood programs
- Preferred words for referring to disabilities
- Parents' views relating to inclusive early childhood programs
- Tips for interacting with and supporting parents of children with disabilities
- Basic laws relating to inclusive early childhood programs
- Techniques for creating an inclusive early childhood learning environment—indoors and outdoors
“As always things were wonderful. Not only do I learn more than I ever have from a class I have to leave home for, I can do this in my home! My children and husband appreciate that as well. The class I just ordered (Inclusive Early Childhood Programs) is incredible. I plan to not only apply it to my daycare, I know it will help with the Sunday school class I teach as well. Thank you for helpful information that we can apply right away.” - Bel Air, Maryland
Prerequisites: Must be able to fluently read English.
Comments on Inclusive Early Childhood Programs:
Instructional methodology: Read written material; view videos; listen to audio segments.
Assessment methods: Final Lesson Multiple Choice Quizzes and Short Essay Assignments.
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