How to get certified to teach early childhood in your state
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Rasmussen College, School of Education offers Early Childhood Education (ECE) programs at three levels to meet the needs of early childhood educators at any stage of their career: A 9-month ECE Certificate for those just getting started, an Associate’s in ECE for those ready to become preschool teachers, or a Bachelor’s in ECE Leadership for those ready to advance their careers by moving into administration.
Online Master's in Early Childhood Education from Capella's NCATE-accredited professional education unit will prepare you to effectively engage young students in the pre-K setting. With the option to focus on special education or classroom supervision, Capella's Master’s in Early Childhood Education is designed with the modern pre-K classroom in mind.
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program at the USC Rossier School of Education is designed for aspiring K-12 teachers looking to gain the skills and knowledge needed to become great teachers and help all students succeed. This teacher preparation program also prepares candidates to be recommended for a teaching credential.
A day in the life
What's it like to be a preschool teacher these days? Here's one preschool teacher's description of a typical day with three and four year olds, from drop-off to pick-up.
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