This degree prepares graduates for employment as a paraprofessional educator in a Kindergarten - 12th grade school district or early childhood program.
The curriculum is developed to cover the nine Minnesota Core Competency Areas: �The philosophical, historical, and legal foundations of education �Characteristics of learners �Assessment, diagnosis and evaluation �Instructional content and practice �Supporting the teaching and learning environment �Managing student behaviors and social interaction skills �Communication and collaborative partnerships �Professional and ethical practices �Academic instructional skills in math, reading and writing
Graduates who decide to continue their education and are interested in a professional education need to work closely with their advisor to ensure that their career goals are achieved.
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