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What is the role of the early childhood education profession?
The McCormick Center of Early Childhood Leadership says that members of the Early Childhood Education Profession are responsible and accountable for: Planning and implementing intentional, developmentally appropriate learning experiences that advance the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development of children
Are you accountable for the early childhood education profession?
Advancing and advocating for the early childhood education profession These responsibilities and accountability are consistent across early education settings including elementary schools, centers, and home-based businesses. I say Yes! I am responsible and accountable for all of the above.
What education is required to become an early childhood educator?
In order to become an early childhood educator, you must have already obtained your high school diploma and enroll in an early childhood education program. Depending on the specific career path you choose, you will be required to obtain an Associates Degree or a Bachelor’s of Science in Early Childhood Education to get started.
What are some examples of early childhood education careers?
There are many career paths you can take, including teaching, managing a daycare, and providing in-home care for children. Below are some examples of early childhood education careers: Preschool Teacher: Preschool teachers introduce young children to education and prepare them for kindergarten.