Home Child Care
Program Coordinator: Michele Better, 860.738.6305
This is a career program which aims to prepare students to work as child care providers in their own homes or in the child’s home. All courses applicable to an Associate in Science degree program in Early Childhood Education.
Michele Better, email@example.com, 860.738.6305
Upon successful completion of all program requirements (research-based NAEYC national standards), well-prepared early childhood graduates should know and be able to:
1. Promote and foster appropriate ongoing child development and learning.
2. Build family, staff and community collaborative relationships.
3. Observe, document and assess to support young children and their families.
4. Create and implement developmentally and culturally appropriate learning opportunities for young children in a variety of teaching/ learning environments.
5. Become an engaging, reflective, intentionally practicing professional who demonstrates skills for advocacy.
ECE* 101 Intro to Early Childhood Education OR ECE* 141Infant/Toddler Growth & Development – 3 credits
ECE* 176 Health, Safety & Nutrition – 3 credits
ECE* 103 Creative Experiences for Children OR ECE* 106 Music & Movement for Children – 3 credits
ECE* 206 Administration & Supervision in Early Childhood Programs – 3 credits
ECE* 290 Student Teaching I – 3 credits ♦ Consent of the Coordinator and a minimum 2.5 GPA in ECE* courses are required to be eligible for student teaching.
TOTAL CREDITS 15