Aboriginal Early Childhood Education Certificate

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  • Objectives
    The Aboriginal ECE program is designed to train women and men to be skilled, sensitive teachers of young children in early childhood settings. While learners will be prepared to work with children from diverse cultural backgrounds, the focus is on caring for Aboriginal children in * Daycare centres * Preschools * Supported childcare programs * Family development programs * Social service agencies * Libraries * Hospital playrooms
  • Practical experience
    There are various practicum courses in this program.
  • Academic title
    Aboriginal Early Childhood Education Certificate
  • Course description
    Trimester 1 (12 weeks)
    AECE 151 Prenatal Infant and Toddler Development
    AECE 154 Guiding and Caring for Young Children
    AECE 156 Program Planning 1
    AECE 157 Historical Perspectives in Early Childhood Education
    AECE 190 Practicum 1 (9 hour seminar)

    Trimester 2 (12 weeks)

    AECE 161 Preschool and School-aged Child Development
    AECE 166 Program Planning II
    AECE 164 Professional Interactions
    AECE 167 Curriculum Development
    AECE 191 Practicum II (9 hour seminar)

    Trimester 3 (14 weeks)

    AECE 175 Language and Literature in Early Childhood Education
    AECE 177 Working with Families
    AECE 170 Observing and Recording Children's Behaviour
    AECE 172 Health, Safety, and Nutrition
    AECE 192 Practicum III (12 hour seminar)

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