ECED4900 - Early Childhood Capstone
The capstone course is the 4th course students take prior to completing the 12 credit Infant Toddler Credential. The course covers and revisits some important themes from the prior three courses. The student will apply and synthesize the information and demonstrate mastery through the completion of 120 hours of direct work with infants and toddlers, participation in seminar (2 hours, 4x/ session for a total of 8 hours of seminar), and the completion of a portfolio. Students enrolled in ECED XXXX Infant/Toddler Capstone will identify an infant toddler site to complete their *120 hours in a center-based setting. A center based infant toddler setting is a state approved child development center where a candidate would work individually, and in small and large groups with infants and toddlers (birth to under three years old). The required hours can be done full or part-time, but must be completed within the eight week semester date parameters. Candidates chosen sites are subject to approval by RMU faculty. Clinical. Credits: 3. You must have updated clearances.
*The National CDA requires 480 hours of direct work with children in 3 years prior to applying.
Prerequisites: PSYC 3535, ECED 2120 and ECED 3060
A grade of "C" or better must be earned in each prerequisite course.
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