ECE-210 - Supervision and Leadership in Early Childhood Education

3 credits

This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to develop leadership skills, consider supervisor and supervisee roles and responsibilities, and discuss supervisory approaches. It will address various program philosophies including those in private and publicly funded childcare. Methods of managing staff, programs, regulations, facilities, finances, and family and community partnerships are explored. Issues of staff observation, conferences, and evaluation will also be discussed. The course will help students to develop a sense of dedication to professional development and scholarship in the Early Childhood field. Students must be Lead Teacher DEEC qualified.

Previously known as: CHLD-331