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The Child Education and Family Studies Division is committed to supporting families, training future staff and building community.

Work in programs for young children is a challenging, absorbing, and personally rewarding career. The Early Childhood Education (ECE) departmental faculty and staff are committed to providing accessible educational and training opportunities to diverse populations of students whose goals are to provide care and education to young children and families. Students can access theECE career pathway in multiple ways. Certificates of achievement, a Certificate of Proficiency, an Associate in Applied Science Degree and transfer options are available in the field of early learning. Advisors are available for individualized help with a focus on student success.

The new Oliva Family Early Learning Center is a vibrant location for this exciting program.


Course Descriptions
Schedule of Classes

The Family Life Department in Child and Family Studies is committed to supporting families by providing parent involvement opportunities in the early learning program, parent education and working partnerships with families that bridge home/school communications. A variety of services are provided for diverse families, including full and half-day early learning programs for young children and early intervention services for families who have children with special needs. The Child and Family Studies Program is a lab school where Clark ECE students have the opportunity to put theory into practice in working with children and families. The services in our program are directed to Clark students, staff, state employees and community members in general.

 

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Degree Options

Early Childhood Education
Work in programs for young children is a challenging, absorbing, and personally rewarding career. In Clark College's Early Childhood Education program, students study child development and program organization, plan learning experiences for young children, and develop guidance skills in working with children.

The Early Childhood Education (ECE) department offers various certificates of achievement. As part of each certificate program, students are required to complete prescribed numbers of hours doing student teaching and/or observation in the Child and Family Studies program under the supervision of selected staff as well as in the community at large.

Programs are revised periodically to reflect changes in the specific career field. The following list of courses is an example of the coursework required for each program. Students planning to complete this program must meet with an advisor prior to registration for a current list of requirements.

Students must complete all Major Area Requirements and specifically listed courses with a minimum grade of "C" or better in order to successfully complete the program and earn the award.

Refer to the Degree & Certificate Requirements Section of the Clark College Catalog to identify the courses needed to satisfy the General Education Requirements.

Students preparing to transfer should make an early decision and contact the four-year school to which they will transfer. The Early Childhood Education Advisors can help in planning a schedule based on the four-year school's requirements. The department has made transfer agreements with several colleges to date.

Students must be able to pass a Criminal History screening to participate with the children in the ECE lab school. Participation in the ECE lab is a requirement for taking classes in ECE program. Students are also required to get a TB test or provide written proof that they have had one within the last year.
Early Childhood Education (AAS)
General Education Requirements
Communication Skills (6 credits required)
ENGL&101
ENGLISH COMPOSITION I
5 cr.
Health & Physical Education (3 credits required)
 
Computational Skills (3 credits required)
MATH 030
PRE-ALGEBRA (or COMPASS Placement in MATH 090)
5 cr.
Human Relations (3 credits required)
EDUC&150
CHILD/FAMILY/COMMUNITY
3 cr.
Humanities (3 credits required)
 
Social Sciences (3 credits required)
 
Natural Sciences (3 credits required)
 
ENVS 109
INTEGRATED ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (recommended)
5 cr.
Major Area Requirements
ECE 102
SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
3 cr.
ECE 105
INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION I
2 cr.
ECE 106
INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION II
2 cr.
ECE 116
LITERATURE AND STORYTELLING FOR CHILDREN
2 cr.
ECE 133
REFLECTIVE PRACTICES IN EARLY LEARNING
3 cr.
ECE 135
PARTNERSHIPS WITH FAMILIES IN EARLY CARE & EDUC
3 cr.
ECE 199
COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE (5 credits required)
1-5 cr.
ECE 211
LEARNING EXPERIENCES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN II
3 cr.
ECE 212
LEARNING EXP FOR YOUNG CHILDREN II LAB
3 cr.
ECE 213
LEARNING EXPERIENCES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN III
3 cr.
ECE 214
LEARNING EXP FOR YOUNG CHILDREN III LAB
3 cr.
ECE 215
EARLY CHILDHOOD SEMINAR
2 cr.
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
ECED&107
HEALTH/NUTRITION/SAFETY
5 cr.
ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL
2 cr.
ECED&160
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
5 cr.
ECED&170
ENVIRONMENTS-YOUNG CHILD
3 cr.
ECED&180
LANG/LITERACY DEVELOP
3 cr.
ECED&190
OBSERVATION/ASSESSMENT
3 cr.
EDUC&115
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
5 cr.
EDUC&130
GUIDING BEHAVIOR
3 cr.
EDUC&203
EXCEPTIONAL CHILD
3 cr.
Additional Major Area Requirements
ECED&132
INFANTS/TODDLERS CARE
3 cr.
or EDUC&136
SCHOOL AGE CARE
3 cr.
Total Required Credits: 102
Concurrent enrollment required for ECE 199/ECE 215.
Concurrent enrollment required for ECED& 105/ECED& 120.
Concurrent enrollment required for ECE 211/ECE 212 Lab.
Concurrent enrollment required for ECE 213/ECE 214 Lab.

The course of study in Early Childhood Education conforms to the following:
  • Guidelines for preparation of early childhood professionals; Washington State Skill Standards; and
  • Early childhood education professional competencies.
Program Outcomes
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
  • Student co-learners will demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply developmentally appropriate practices to early learning practices.
  • Student co-learners will understand and apply developmentally appropriate practices to curriculum development in all domains of learning.
  • Student co-learners will understand, develop, and apply skills that facilitate classroom interactions that meet the needs and interests of children with a range of abilities, learning styles, cultures and background.
  • Student co-learners will understand how to develop relationships with families and apply it to their teaching practices.
  • Student co-learners will analyze and evaluate their awareness of equity pedagogy and create strategies for implementing cultural competence in their work with children and their families.
  • Communications: Communicate with various audiences using a variety of methods as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Human Relations: Demonstrate interpersonal/human relations skills as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Computational Skills: Solve quantitative problems and interpret the solutions as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Health and PE: Demonstrate progress toward healthier behaviors as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Humanities: Analyze, interpret, and evaluate works and ideas in the Humanities within appropriate global and historical contexts as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Social Science: Evaluate, analyze, and explain events, behaviors, and institutions using perspectives and methods in the Social Sciences as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Science: Apply fundamental principles and relationships from the Natural Sciences to solve problems as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
Early Childhood Education (AAS-T)
Students preparing to transfer should make an early decision and contact the four-year school to which they will transfer. The Early Childhood Education coordinator can help in planning a schedule based on the four-year school's requirements. The department has made transfer agreements with several colleges to date.

Students must be able to pass a Criminal History screening to participate with the children in the ECE lab school. Participation in the ECE lab is a requirement for taking classes in ECE program. Students are also required to get a TB test or provide written proof that they have had one within the last year.
General Education Requirements
Note: Some general education requirements may be met by the specific requirements of the program.
Communication Skills (10 credits required)
ENGL&101
ENGLISH COMPOSITION I
5 cr.
ENGL&102
ENGLISH COMPOSITION II
5 cr.
Quantitative Skills (10 credits required)
MATH 105
FINITE MATHEMATICS
5 cr.
MATH&107
MATH IN SOCIETY
5 cr.
Humanities (10 credits required)
(must be taken from two departments)
CMST&220
PUBLIC SPEAKING
5 cr.
CMST&210
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION (recommended)
5 cr.
CMST 216
INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION (recommended)
5 cr.
CMST&230
SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION (recommended)
5 cr.
MUSC 106
MUSIC IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (recommended)
3 cr.
MUSC&104
MUSIC APPRECIATION (recommended)
3 cr.
SPAN&121
SPANISH I (recommended)
5 cr.
WS 101
INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S STUDIES (recommended)
5 cr.
Social Sciences (10 credits required)
(must be taken from two departments)
PSYC&200
LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY
5 cr.
SOC& 101
INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY (recommended)
5 cr.
SOC 121
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY EXPERIENCES IN THE U.S. (recommended)
3 cr.
SOC 131
RACE AND ETHNICITY IN THE U.S. (recommended)
3 cr.
Natural Sciences (10 credits required)
 
(5 credits must be a lab science)
BIOL 164
HUMAN BIOLOGY (recommended)
4 cr.
and BIOL 165
HUMAN BIOLOGY LAB (recommended)
1 cr.
PHSC 101
GENERAL PHYSICAL SCIENCE (recommended)
5 cr.
PHSC 102
GENERAL PHYSICAL SCIENCE (recommended)
5 cr.
Major Area Requirements
The courses in the following areas are required:
Family and Community Relationships
EDUC&150
CHILD/FAMILY/COMMUNITY
3 cr.
Health, Safety and Nutrition
ECED&107
HEALTH/NUTRITION/SAFETY
5 cr.
Professionalism
ECE 215
EARLY CHILDHOOD SEMINAR
2 cr.
Choose 5-6 credits from each content area below for a total of 30 credits:
Child Development and Learning (including Typical and Atypical)
ECE 100
CHILD DEVELOPMENT: BIRTH TO SIX
3 cr.
EDUC&203
EXCEPTIONAL CHILD
3 cr.
Curriculum Development and Implementation
ECE 211
LEARNING EXPERIENCES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN II
3 cr.
ECE 213
LEARNING EXPERIENCES FOR YOUNG CHILDREN III
3 cr.
ECED&160
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
5 cr.
EDUC&136
SCHOOL AGE CARE
3 cr.
Child Guidance
EDUC&130
GUIDING BEHAVIOR
3 cr.
Diversity, Inclusion, Multicultural
ECE 105
INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION I
2 cr.
ECE 106
INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION II
2 cr.
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
and ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL (Must take both)
2 cr.
ECED&180
LANG/LITERACY DEVELOP
3 cr.
EDUC&203
EXCEPTIONAL CHILD
3 cr.
Observation, Assessment and Evaluation
ECE 106
INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION II
2 cr.
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
and ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL
2 cr.
EDUC&130
GUIDING BEHAVIOR
3 cr.
Practicum/Field Experience (suggested minimum 300 hours)
ECE 212
LEARNING EXP FOR YOUNG CHILDREN II LAB
3 cr.
ECE 214
LEARNING EXP FOR YOUNG CHILDREN III LAB
3 cr.
ECE 199
COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE
1-5 cr.
Total Required Credits: 90 minimum
Program Outcomes
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
  • Student co-learners will demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply developmentally appropriate practices to early learning practices.
  • Student co-learners will understand and apply developmentally appropriate practices to curriculum development in all domains of learning.
  • Student co-learners will understand, develop, and apply skills that facilitate classroom interactions that meet the needs and interests of children with a range of abilities, learning styles, cultures and background.
  • Student co-learners will understand how to develop relationships with families and apply it to their teaching practices.
  • Student co-learners will analyze and evaluate their awareness of equity pedagogy and create strategies for implementing cultural competence in their work with children and their families.
  • Communications: Communicate with various audiences using a variety of methods as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Human Relations: Demonstrate interpersonal/human relations skills as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Computational Skills: Solve quantitative problems and interpret the solutions as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Health and PE: Demonstrate progress toward healthier behaviors as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Humanities: Analyze, interpret, and evaluate works and ideas in the Humanities within appropriate global and historical contexts as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Social Science: Evaluate, analyze, and explain events, behaviors, and institutions using perspectives and methods in the Social Sciences as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Science: Apply fundamental principles and relationships from the Natural Sciences to solve problems as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
Early Childhood Education (CC)
I-BEST pairs English as a Second Language (ESL) and/or Adult Basic Education (ABE) instructors with career and technical education instructors in the classroom to concurrently provide students with literacy education and workforce skills. I-BEST challenges the traditional notion that students must first complete all levels of basic education before they can begin workforce training.
Major Area Requirements
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
ECED&107
HEALTH/NUTRITION/SAFETY
5 cr.
ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL
2 cr.
ECED&170
ENVIRONMENTS-YOUNG CHILD
3 cr.
EDUC&130
GUIDING BEHAVIOR
3 cr.
Total Required Credits: 18
Program Outcomes
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
  • Student co-learners will demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply developmentally appropriate practices to early learning practices.
  • Student co-learners will understand and apply developmentally appropriate practices to curriculum development in all domains of learning.
  • Student co-learners will understand, develop, and apply skills that facilitate classroom interactions that meet the needs and interests of children with a range of abilities, learning styles, cultures and background.
  • Student co-learners will understand how to develop relationships with families and apply it to their teaching practices.
  • Student co-learners will analyze and evaluate their awareness of equity pedagogy and create strategies for implementing cultural competence in their work with children and their families.
  • Students will identify developmentally appropriate practices in both guidance strategies and curriculum development.
  • Students will demonstrate effective oral and written communication appropriate to the field of Early Childhood Education.
Initial State Certificate (statewide) (CC)
Major Area Requirements
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
ECED&107
HEALTH/NUTRITION/SAFETY
5 cr.
ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL
2 cr.
Total Required Credits: 12
Program Outcomes
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
  • Student co-learners will demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply developmentally appropriate practices to early learning practices.
  • Student co-learners will understand and apply developmentally appropriate practices to curriculum development in all domains of learning.
  • Student co-learners will understand, develop, and apply skills that facilitate classroom interactions that meet the needs and interests of children with a range of abilities, learning styles, cultures and background.
  • Student co-learners will understand how to develop relationships with families and apply it to their teaching practices.
  • Student co-learners will analyze and evaluate their awareness of equity pedagogy and create strategies for implementing cultural competence in their work with children and their families.
  • Students will demonstrate developmentally appropriate practices as they apply to health, safety and nutrition of young children.
  • Students will identify developmentally appropriate practices in both guidance strategies and curriculum development.
  • Students will demonstrate effective oral and written communication appropriate to the field of Early Childhood Education.
Short State Certificate of Specialization-General (statewide) (CC)
Major Area Requirements
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
ECED&107
HEALTH/NUTRITION/SAFETY
5 cr.
ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL
2 cr.
EDUC&115
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
5 cr.
EDUC&130
GUIDING BEHAVIOR
3 cr.
Total Required Credits: 20
Program Outcomes
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
  • Student co-learners will demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply developmentally appropriate practices to early learning practices.
  • Student co-learners will understand and apply developmentally appropriate practices to curriculum development in all domains of learning.
  • Student co-learners will understand, develop, and apply skills that facilitate classroom interactions that meet the needs and interests of children with a range of abilities, learning styles, cultures and backgrounds.
  • Student co-learners will understand how to develop relationships with families and apply it to their teaching practices.
  • Student co-learners will analyze and evaluate their awareness of equity pedagogy and create strategies for implementing cultural competence in their work with children and their families.
Short State Certificate of Specialization-Infants and Toddlers (statewide) (CC)
Major Area Requirements
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
ECED&107
HEALTH/NUTRITION/SAFETY
5 cr.
ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL
2 cr.
ECED&132
INFANTS/TODDLERS CARE
3 cr.
EDUC&115
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
5 cr.
Total Required Credits: 20
Program Outcomes
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
  • Student co-learners will demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply developmentally appropriate practices to early learning practices .
  • Student co-learners demonstrate ability to implement emergent curriculum in various domains of learning.
  • Student co-learners will understand, develop, and apply skills that facilitate classroom interactions that meet the needs and interests of children with a range of abilities, learning styles, cultures and backgrounds.
  • Student co-learners display an ability to inform families of curriculum engagement in multiple ways.
  • Student co-learners apply awareness of diversity in curriculum planning and implementation.
Short State Certificate of Specialization-School Age Care (statewide) (CC)
Major Area Requirements
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
ECED&107
HEALTH/NUTRITION/SAFETY
5 cr.
ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL
2 cr.
EDUC&115
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
5 cr.
EDUC&136
SCHOOL AGE CARE
3 cr.
Total Required Credits: 20
Program Outcomes
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
  • Student co-learners will demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply developmentally appropriate practices to early learning practices.
  • Student co-learners demonstrate ability to implement emergent curriculum in various domains of learning.
  • Student co-learners display ability to adapt curriculum to meet the needs and interests of children with a range of abilities, learning styles, cultures and backgrounds.
  • Student co-learners display an ability to inform families of curriculum engagement in multiple ways.
  • Student co-learners will analyze and evaluate their awareness of equity pedagogy and create strategies for implementing cultural competence in their work with children and their families.
Short State Certificate of Specialization-Family Child Care (statewide) (CC)
Major Area Requirements
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
ECED&107
HEALTH/NUTRITION/SAFETY
5 cr.
ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL
2 cr.
EDUC&115
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
5 cr.
ECED&134
FAMILY CHILD CARE
3 cr.
Total Required Credits: 20
Program Outcomes
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
  • Student co-learners will demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply developmentally appropriate practices to early learning practices.
  • Student co-learners demonstrate ability to implement emergent curriculum in various domains of learning.
  • Student co-learners will understand, develop, and apply skills that facilitate classroom interactions that meet the needs and interests of children with a range of abilities, learning styles, cultures and backgrounds.
  • Student co-learners display an ability to inform families of curriculum engagement in multiple ways.
  • Student co-learners apply awareness of diversity in curriculum planning and implementation.
Short State Certrificate of Specialization-Administration (statewide) (CC)
Major Area Requirements
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
ECED&107
HEALTH/NUTRITION/SAFETY
5 cr.
ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL
2 cr.
ECED&139
ADMIN EARLY LRNG PROG
3 cr.
EDUC&115
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
5 cr.
Total Required Credits: 20
Program Outcomes
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
  • Student co-learners will demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply developmentally appropriate practices to early learning practices.
  • Student co-learners demonstrate ability to implement emergent curriculum in various domains of learning.
  • Student co-learners display ability to adapt curriculum to meet the needs and interests of children with a range of abilities, learning styles, cultures and backgrounds.
  • Student co-learners will understand how to develop relationships with families and apply it to their teaching practices.
  • Student co-learners will analyze and evaluate their awareness of equity pedagogy and create strategies for implementing cultural competence in their work with children and their families.
State Early Childhood Education Certificate (statewide) (CP)
General Education Requirements
Communication Skills (5 credits required)
 
Choose from:
ENGL 098
WRITING FUNDAMENTALS
5 cr.
or ENGL 103
ADVANCED ENGLISH COMPOSITION
3 cr.
or ENGL 135
INTRODUCTION TO TECHNICAL WRITING
5 cr.
or ENGL 212
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
3 cr.
or ENGL&101
ENGLISH COMPOSITION I
5 cr.
or ENGL&102
ENGLISH COMPOSITION II
5 cr.
or ENGL&235
TECHNICAL WRITING
5 cr.
Computational Skills
 
(5 credits required of MATH - quantitative or computational Math above 100-level or designated "Q/SR")
Human Relations (3 credits required)
EDUC&150
CHILD/FAMILY/COMMUNITY
3 cr.
Major Area Requirements
ECED&105
INTRO EARLY CHILD ED
5 cr.
ECED&107
HEALTH/NUTRITION/SAFETY
5 cr.
EDUC&115
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
5 cr.
ECED&120
PRACTICUM-NURTURING REL
2 cr.
ECED&160
CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT
5 cr.
ECED&170
ENVIRONMENTS-YOUNG CHILD
3 cr.
ECED&180
LANG/LITERACY DEVELOP
3 cr.
ECED&190
OBSERVATION/ASSESSMENT
3 cr.
EDUC&130
GUIDING BEHAVIOR
3 cr.
or EDUC&136
SCHOOL AGE CARE
3 cr.
or ECED&132
INFANTS/TODDLERS CARE
3 cr.
or ECED&134
FAMILY CHILD CARE
3 cr.
or ECED&139
ADMIN EARLY LRNG PROG
3 cr.
Total Required Credits: 47
Program Outcomes
Program outcomes are overarching skills that are emphasized and reinforced throughout several courses in a specific program; they are measurable statements that define what students should know or be able to do by the end of a certificate or degree at Clark College. After successful completion of this program, students will be able to:
  • Student co-learners will demonstrate an understanding of and be able to apply developmentally appropriate practices to early learning practices.
  • Student co-learners demonstrate ability to implement emergent curriculum in various domains of learning.
  • Student co-learners will understand, develop, and apply skills that facilitate classroom interactions that meet the needs and interests of children with a range of abilities, learning styles, cultures and backgrounds.
  • Student co-learners display an ability to inform families of curriculum engagement in multiple ways.
  • Student co-learners will analyze and evaluate their awareness of equity pedagogy and create strategies for implementing cultural competence in their work with children and their families.
  • Communications: Communicate with various audiences using a variety of methods as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Human Relations: Demonstrate interpersonal/human relations skills as appropriate for a career and technical education program.
  • Computational Skills: Solve quantitative problems and interpret the solutions as appropriate for a career and technical education program.

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