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Rhode Island College Announces Spring 2021 Early Childhood Graduate Courses

The M.Ed. in Early Childhood Education from Rhode Island College will be offering the following courses beginning next week.  Spring classes begin the week of January 18th.  All classes will be held online (remotely) either synchronously or asynchronously. You can register on-line at www.ric.edu.

Spring 2021 M.Ed. in ECE Spring Course Offerings

ECED 661: Directing Early Care and Education Programs
Tuesday, 4:00-6:50 PM, Online Synchronous
Call number for registration purposes: 22501
Analyze quality early care and education programs and the administrative functions to maintain and improve programs. Topics include staff training, supervision, licensing, and budgeting.

ECED 512: Working with Families: Building Home-School Partnerships
Wednesday, 4:00-6:50 PM, Online Synchronous
Call number for registration purposes: 22500
Develop an understanding of parenting, working with families within diverse multicultural, sociocultural contexts and building school, community, and family partnerships.

ECED 505: Early Childhood Education and Development Issues
Thursday, 4:00-6:50 PM, Online Synchronous
Call number for registration purposes: 22499
Foster an in-depth understanding from various theoretical perspectives and issues of young children’s educational, physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development by focusing on typical and atypical growth, multicultural contexts, and characteristics.

ECED 509: Emergent Literacy- Infants through Grade Two
TBA, Online Asynchronous
Call number for registration purposes:21857
Students learn how to help young children acquire an interest in reading and learn the necessary concepts concerning print and books.

Register on-line at www.ric.edu.

Dani MiskellyRhode Island College Announces Spring 2021 Early Childhood Graduate Courses