ECE 101 College Success Seminar for Early Childhood Education

This foundational course is for all Early Childhood Education Degree majors and should be taken in the freshman year or first semester. In this course, strategies and resources that promote general college success are explored and applied to relevant topics in the field of Early Childhood Education. Students begin to reflect on what it means to be an Early Childhood professional, acquire technical competencies needed to be successful in the major, and conduct both academic and internet research. Students engage with course content through an active learning environment that includes discussions, readings, projects and lectures. Critical reading, thinking, and writing are stressed. One lecture hour per week. 1 credit Fall, Spring, Summer

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