Majors Search Exercise

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Early Childhood Education 1. The basic nature of this major prepares one to teach students grades Pre-Kindergarten through third grade. One can teach students skills to develop learning skills. Also to teach mathematics, science, reading, language arts, and/or social studies. 2. The typical course titles seem very interesting. Things such as Health Issues of Children and Youth, Psychology and the Exceptional Learner, Foundations of Reading, Language, and Literacy. All of the courses sound interesting. 3. Math is important, but not at an advanced level, so it fits well for me, being a poor math student. Reading and Writing are very important skills in the field. Research, Problem- solving, and Communication are also all very important. I think almost all of these skills are important to any job. 4. What attracts me most to this major are a couple of things. I have taught swim lessons for two years, and I love spending the time with the kids and teaching the kids important
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course EDL 100 taught by Professor Rainey during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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