Degrees in Early Childhood Education - 2015 Emerging Trends

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Have you ever considered getting an Early Childhood Education Degree? This infographic, Degrees in Early Childhood Education - 2014 Emerging Trends, uses the latest data on Early Childhood Education Degrees in the United States and details the current job outlook, the outlook over the next ten years, top salaries, and top degree types for Early Childhood Education positions. - See more at: http://degreecouncil.org/programs/early-childhood-education/

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  • Types of Degrees in Early Childhood Education:
    MA in Early Childhood Education
    with Multiple Subject Credential
    with Early Childhood Special Education Credential
    MA in Education, Child Life in Hospitals
    with Early Childhood Special Education Credential
    MA in Infant Mental Health
    MA in Early Childhood Leadership
    Doctorate (EdD) in Educational Leadership
  • Average Salary
    The top three average salaries are Preschool Teachers at $31k, Head Teacher at $28k with Substitute Child Development and Early Childhood Lead Teachers at $26k
  • Careers related to this degree are:
    Childcare Worker
    Teacher Assistant or Para-educator
    Preschool Teacher
    Kindergarten Teacher
    First, Second or Third Grade Teacher
    Educational Administrator or Director
    Special Education Teacher for Preschool

  • Qualifications/Assets:
    Degree in Early Childhood Education
    Current license to practice in your state (if applicable)
    An understanding of the issues that affect children and their families
    Excellent interpersonal skills
    Mature and responsible attitude
    Willingness to work flexible hours
  • Feel free to view our sources listed here.
  • Interested in Learning More? To find out more about Degrees in Early Childhood Development, please visit us at DegreeCouncil.org, or call us at 1 (866) 287-4338 to get the information you need!
  • Degrees in Early Childhood Education - 2015 Emerging Trends

    1. 1. ©2014 DegreeCouncil.org Degrees in Early Childhood Education: Emerging Trends From DegreeCouncil.org
    2. 2. ©2014 DegreeCouncil.org What is Childhood Education? Early Childhood Education Programs prepare students to become early childhood teachers, professionals, and cross-disciplinary leaders who support children's learning, development, and overall well-being. These full-time programs with weekday classes integrate theory, research, and practice in course work with field placements in a variety of early childhood settings. Students learn to use inquiry and ongoing critical reflection in combination with a strengths-based, relational approach to working with children, families, and colleagues from diverse backgrounds
    3. 3. ©2014 DegreeCouncil.org Types of Degrees in Early Childhood Education: • MA in Early Childhood Education • with Multiple Subject Credential • with Early Childhood Special Education Credential • MA in Education, Child Life in Hospitals • with Early Childhood Special Education Credential • MA in Infant Mental Health • MA in Early Childhood Leadership • Doctorate (EdD) in Educational Leadership
    4. 4. ©2014 DegreeCouncil.org Average Salary The top three average salaries are Preschool Teachers at $31k, Head Teacher at $28k with Substitute Child Development and Early Childhood Lead Teachers at $26k
    5. 5. ©2014 DegreeCouncil.org Careers related to this degree are: • Childcare Worker • Teacher Assistant or Para-educator • Preschool Teacher • Kindergarten Teacher • First, Second or Third Grade Teacher • Educational Administrator or Director • Special Education Teacher for Preschool
    6. 6. ©2014 DegreeCouncil.org Qualifications/Assets: • Degree in Early Childhood Education • Current license to practice in your state (if applicable) • An understanding of the issues that affect children and their families • Excellent interpersonal skills • Mature and responsible attitude • Willingness to work flexible hours
    7. 7. ©2014 DegreeCouncil.org Sources:
    8. 8. To find out more about Degrees in Early Childhood Education, please visit us at: http://DegreeCouncil.org …or call us at 1 (866) 287-4338 to get the information you need! ©2014 DegreeCouncil.org

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