Just for You
You will learn to create a nurturing, safe classroom where every child thrives. You will study how children develop and how to plan age-appropriate activities that foster their development.
A combination of classroom-based instruction and field experience helps you move from observer to active participant.
Upon successful completion of this degree program, you will be prepared to work as an assistant or head teacher in a program working with children from birth to Grade 2, as a teaching assistant in a public school, Head Start, family child care provider or nanny.
The Early Childhood A.A.S. degree program at Onondaga
Community College is accredited by the Commission on Early Childhood Education
Programs of the National Association for the Education of Young Children 1313 L
Street NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20005. (800) 424-2460, ext. 8007.
"I was always the one who wanted to be the teacher when I played with friends. This field is the perfect fit for my interests!" ~Gayle P.
Onondaga Community College
Central New York's partner in education for success.
4585 West Seneca TurnpikeSyracuse, NY email@example.com
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