MAE Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education for Teacher Leaders
The M.A.E. in Early Childhood Education/Teacher Leader program, offered by The School of Teacher Education, is designed to prepare educators to create and plan experiences and instruction that support the development and learning of infants, toddlers, preschool children, and kindergarten children (birth through five years), and their families, including those with disabilities.
The ECE teacher is charged with creating and maintaining learning environments in a variety of settings that support development and learning of students (B-5). Learning and development of infants, toddlers, preschool children, and kindergarten is assessed regularly in collaboration with colleagues, and the results are communicated to families. The MAE in ECE also prepares candidates to provide support for families through family-centered services that promote independence and self-determination.
To learn more about WKU Graduate School and the M.A.E. in Early Childhood Education/Teacher Leader, view the Graduate Catalog. To take the next step on your climb to the top, apply today!
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