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ECE 215 - Mentoring in Early Childhood

This course explores methods and principles of mentoring adults and the role of mentors as facilitators of adult learning in early childhood education settings . Students will practice effective mentoring strategies and study the role of the mentor as a change agent . Students will reflect on their personal and professional growth and leadership skills . This course researches the similarities and differences among coaching, mentoring, and supervising and the appropriate uses of each in classroom and program leadership within differing cultural contexts . The course is designed for those that have at least two years of experience in an early childhood environment . The use of technology and media in supervision and staff development is included
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Highland Community College: 2998 West Pearl City Road Freeport, IL 61032 Phone: 8152356121