Early Childhood Courses in St. J ~ Register Now!

April will be teaching two early childhood courses beginning in January for the Community College of Vermont at the Saint Johnsbury location. The two courses are Introduction to Early Childhood and Curriculum Development. Both courses are “hybrid model” so half of the content is in person and half is online. Each course meets every other Tuesday, which means a student can enroll in both and only be out of the house one night per week.

The Saint Johnsbury CCV site has a team of instructors who want to help you map out a plan for your career in early childhood education! The new year is a perfect time to start!

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For more information about the CCV Early Childhood Associates degree check out the website at: https://catalog.ccv.edu/preview_program.php?catoid=9&poid=335&returnto=855

To talk to the local CCV Coordinator of Academic Services contact : Leanne Porter, phone – (802) 748-6673  email – leanne.porter@ccv.edu

To get a pep talk from April about taking your first college courses, going back to school, or deciding to go for a degree…email her at-  april.zajko@ccv.edu

 

 

EDU 1030 – Introduction to Early Childhood Education  (Credits: 3)


This course is an overview of early childhood education and the ways in which early childhood experiences can enhance the development of the whole child. Students will examine the provision of early education and services for children from conception to age eight. Topics include child development, national and state standards, curriculum development, early intervention, regulation, and career exploration.

Prerequisites: Students must meet basic skills policy requirements. No other course prerequisites required.

 

EDU 2045 – Curriculum Development for Early Childhood Education (Credits: 3)


This course explores philosophical principles and practical demands of building curricula for early childhood education. Based on integrated state and national standards, emphasis is on developing a child-centered and developmentally appropriate curricula for the early years from infancy to age eight. Recommended Prior Learning: a course in child development.

Prerequisites: Students must meet basic skills policy requirements. No other course prerequisites required.

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