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Professional Practice

ECE415

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ECE415 - Professional Practice

Prerequisites:

Module One and Module Two courses

Students will examine what it means to be a professional Early Childhood educator, its implications and public and professional expectations and accountability. Students will become knowledgeable of professional ethics, standards of practice, and their role within the spectrum of services for children and families. The aim of this course is to integrate and further expand on various areas of development for the pre-service teacher. Students will further their knowledge and skills in interpersonal communication, applied theory, philosophy (with an emphasis on applied ethics), reflective practice, and legislation. Specifically, the student will engage in processes that challenge them to amalgamate their philosophical ideals, the realities of legislative policies, working with colleagues, and balancing the multiple roles of an educator.


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Georgina
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georgina.ioannou@senecacollege.ca
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