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Spring 2020 Catalog 
Spring 2020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CC 206 - Student Teaching & Seminar

Credit Hours: 6

Supervised student teaching experience in one Early Childhood Education center for a minimum of 135 hours.  A capstone course, students will continue to interact with and observe young children. They will also plan, implement, and assess developmentally appropriate interactions and a final capstone project. The seminar and assignments are designed to support students in their field experiences. Students will also create a professional portfolio.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of student teaching and seminar, the student will be able to:

  • demonstrate further understanding of development of children within the context of family and culture;
  • demonstrate competency in observing children and writing objective observations in the classroom, assess children based on these observations, and plan for them accordingly;
  • plan, write, organize, implement, and assess complete appropriate activities for young children aligned with related early learning standards. Students are encouraged to implement emergent curriculum wherever possible;
  • demonstrate the interconnectedness of the Early Childhood Theory they have learned and appropriate child-centered learning through the creation, implementation, assessment and seminar presentation of a capstone project that has a family partnership component;
  • reflect, evaluate and assess their strengths and weaknesses;
  • demonstrate competency in all Early Childhood classroom routines and guidance techniques; and 
  • demonstrate professionalism.

Prerequisites: CC 200, CC 201, CC 202, CC 203, CC 205, CC 250 or by permission of the department.
F/S (C)

Can be taken at the same time as CC 204.