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UNCG Student Learning Outcomes

LECE (PBC)

Mission
The Leadership in Early Care and Education Graduate Certificate (LECE), jointly offered by the Departments of Human Development and Family Studies and Specialized Education Services, is a certificate designed to prepare graduate students for leadership roles in diverse settings (both educational and community agencies) that develop, implement, and support programming for young children with and without disabilities, ages birth to five, and their families. The learning goals of the LECE PBC include acquiring and demonstrating a broad range of knowledge of young children with and without disabilities and their families pertaining to: (1) diversity and inclusive early care and education, (2) early childhood regular and special educational policies, (3) leadership, mentoring, and supervision in educating young children, and (4) the early childhood discipline overall.

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge of Diversity
Demonstrate a broad range of knowledge of diversity and inclusive early care and education.

Knowledge of Early Childhood Education Policy
Demonstrate a broad range of knowledge of early childhood regular and special educational policies.

Knowledge of Leadership, Mentoring or Supervision
Demonstrate a broad range of knowledge of leadership, mentoring, and supervision in educating young children with and without disabilities.

Knowledge of Early Childhood Discipline - SES 601
Demonstrate knowledge of a critical issue in the early childhood discipline for children with and without disabilities.

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