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Early Childhood Education (MEd) Information Session
The Early Childhood Education M.Ed. Program focuses on the education of young children (birth to age 8) in public and private schools and centers, homes, and other facilities in which children are served. Strong emphasis is placed on developing relationships with the families of young children and working collaboratively with other professionals. The program offers a range of coursework encompassing the needs of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and children in the primary grades. Through coursework, field placements, and practical learning experiences, students develop competence in the use of developmentally appropriate practices in diverse contexts and settings.
Join Dr. Particia Crawford, an associate professor in the Early Childhood and Language, Literacy, & Culture programs and a former teacher of children in kindergarten and the primary grades, to learn more about the Early Childhood Education program. Dr. Crawford will be available to provide details regarding the program, curriculum, field experience, and answer your questions!
Questions? You may contact Rashee Ferguson, the Admissions & Recruitment Manager at 412-383-0478 or firstname.lastname@example.org.