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Cathy Smeltzer Erb, advisor

Designed for students who enjoy working with children but plan for only two years of college, this program provides training for positions in day care centers and as assistants in early childhood and elementary classrooms. Courses taken in this sequence may be applied to the education program by recommendation of the instructors, should the student decide to later complete the four-year degree program. In addition to the EMU Core requirements (see EMU Core section), the following sequence of courses is outlined for this program:

Required Courses for Education: Para-Professional

  • ED 101 Exploring Teaching - Details
  • ED 221 Professional Field Experience (Early Childhood) - Details
  • ED 235 Curriculum and Organization in Early Ed - Details
  • ED 245 Learning and Classroom Environments - Details
  • ED 301 Needs of Diverse Learners - 3  Details
  • ED 331 Math in the Elementary School - 2  Details
  • ED 332 Science in the Elementary School - Details
  • ED 333 Social Studies in the Elementary School - Details
  • ENGL 350 Literature for Children - 3  Details
  • HE 201 First Aid - 1  Details
  • HE 202 Health and Safety - 2  Details  OR HE 260 Teaching, Ministry, and Healthy Sexuality - Details
  • MATH 120 Mathematics for Social Decision Making - Details
  • PEM 145 Rhythmic Activities - 1  Details
  • PSYC 202 Developmental Psychology - Details
  • PSYC 203 Developmental Case Study - 1  Details
  • SOC 330 The Family in Social Context - 3  Details

Recommended:

  • ED 275 Instructional Technology and Assessment - Details
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