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    • Early Childhood Education
      Ivy Tech Community College
      School of Education
    • The early childhood education program focuses on the growth and development of young children, infant through eight years, with an emphasis on healthyadult-child relationships.
    • Students study and apply skills and techniques for providing developmentally appropriate environments, educational experiences, and care for young children, based on NAEYC standards.
    • IInstruction is provided in the physical, emotional, social, creative and cognitive domains of early childhood development. You will develop competencies through classroom instruction, observation, and participation in early education and care setting.
    • CAREERS IN THIS FIELD
      CENTER DIRECTOR
      FAMILY CHILDCARE PROVIDER
      HEAD START TEACHER
      PRESCHOOL TEACHER
      INFANT AND TODDLER PROGRAMS
      RESOURCE AND REFERRAL SERVICE PROVIDER
      SCHOOL AIDE
    • Options in our Program
      • CDA, Child Development Associate Certificate
      • Technical Certificate
      • Administrator Certificate
      • Associate of Science in ECE
      • Associate of Applied Science in ECE
    • CDA
      Requirement for lead teachers in licensed child care center. This certificate consists of four courses, ECED 100, 101, 103, and 105. You must be working with children in child care. The certificate is awarded by the Council for Professional Recognition.
    • TECHNICAL CERTIFICATE
      This certificate consists of 31 hours of course work consisting of one practicum.
    • ADMINISTRATOR CERTIFICATE
      This certificate is 18 hours and would help those who are in an administrative position in a child care center.
    • ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE
      This is a 69 hours degree which may transfer to Ball State University. With this degree you may choose to complete your bachelor’s degree at Ball State and obtain your license to teach Kindergarten through third grade in a public school setting.
    • Transfer to Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College. This is a 69 hour Distance Education Degree. You will do most courses online. You may choose to become licensed to teach kindergarten through third grade.
    • Transfer to Martin University. This is a 72 hour degree which after completing a bachelor’s degree you will be qualified to work in child care centers such as Head Start, Day Nursery, and in the community with resource and referral agencies.
    • Associate of Applied Science via Distance Degree. This degree is an AA degree and is not transferrable.
    • HANDS ON EXPERIENCE
      INFANT/TODDLER PRACTICUM
    • HANDS ON EXPERIENCE
      PRESCHOOL PRACTICUM
      IN A LOCAL CHILD CARE CENTER
    • HANDS ON EXPERIENCE
      GENERALIST PRACTICUM SCHOOLS-KINDERGARTEN
    • HANDS ON EXPERIENCE
      GENERALIST PRACTICUM
      RESOURCE/REFERRAL AGENCY
    • HANDS ON EXPERIENCE
      GENERALIST PRACTICUM
      PLAY AND LEARN
    • T.E.A.C.H.
      Teacher Education and Compensation Helps
      Scholarship Opportunities Available
      Scholarships are available to those working at least 30 hours a week in licensed, registered, or legally exempt early childhood center, family child care home, or registered ministry within Indiana.
      Scholarship covers the major share of the cost of tuition and books.
    • STAFF
      Ann Aull, Associate Professor
      Patti Dickmann, Associate Professor
      Connie Gassner, Associate Professor
      Deb Pierce, Professor
      Rose Wilson, Assistant Professor
      Diane Smith, Associate Professor,
      Program Chair
    • Our offices are located at the North Meridian Campus in room 230.
      Please come to see us, we will be your advisors.