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EDU 2992 — Practicum Seminar 2 Credit hours

Allows students to discuss practicum experiences of their individual school settings and serves as an opportunity for the acquisition of further knowledge. The seminar will focus on self-understanding and reflection, necessary observation and assessment skills and required abilities, teaching strategies, curriculum development, and collaboration in group settings with students, peers, supervisors, and families. Offered concurrently with Practicum capstone experience.
Prerequisites: MTH 1100, EDU 1050, EDU 1114.
Corequisites: EDU 2991.


Graduates of Rhodes State College’s Early Childhood Education Program are qualified for certification as preschool teachers, assistant teachers, directors, or staff members of child-care programs. They may also work as paraprofessionals in public schools and as teachers or assistant teachers in several federal programs, such as Head Start and Early Head Start.  A degree in Early Childhood Education prepares you with the skills necessary to help cultivate healthy growth in children by shaping their lives and the communities that they live in for the better.