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1 Early Childhood Education (ECE) Interdisciplinary Early Childhood Education (IECE) Meeting of the Majors September 2014

2 Kentucky’s Vision for Children All young children are healthy and safe, possess the foundation that will enable school success, and live in strong families that are supported and strengthened In their communities.

3 Early Childhood Faculty & Staff Early Childhood Faculty: Dr. Sharon Hundley –; 270-789-5503 Dr. Marilyn Goodwin – ; 270-789-5168 Ms. Ellen Hamilton-Ford - ; 270-789-5477 Ms. Phoebe Williams –; 502-753-0264 Ms. Donna Fohl –; 270-307-0223 Instructors: Ms. Ronda Hoehler – Ms. Julie Leezer – Ms. Deborah Spalding –; 789-5482 Ms. Michelle Bennett – Ms. Jo Avery – Ms. Nancy Newberry -; Ms. Amy Smith -

4 Main Campus School of Education SOE Database Specialist: (270)789-5156 –Ms. Gwen Sampson, – Student Teaching Placement: (270)789-5482 –Ms. Debbie Spalding – Special Education Office: (270)789-5160 (SED courses) –Ms. Alice Steele – School of Education (SOE) Fax: (270)789-5206 –Dr. Donna Hedgepath, Dean School of Education –Bettye MacFarland, Secretary to the Dean (270)789-5252

5 Main Campus Contact Information Business Office: (270)789-5203 Records: (270)789-5233 Admission: (270)789-5552 Financial Aid: (270)789-5013 Bookstore: (270)789-5010 IT (Technology): (270)789-5012 Online Courses: Mr. Fred Miller (270)789-5353 (Assistance) Help Desk for Online Courses:

6 Regional Site Contacts Louisville – 502-753-0264 Donna Fohl – 270-307-0223; Somerset – Gina Sears 606-451-1156; 606-416-1156 (cell) Financial Aid – Ms. Brooke Gupton (270) 789-5354;

7 Degree Program Information Associate of Science degree – 65 credits 2 Bachelor degrees: ECE and IECE Both are 122 Credits – Same General Education Requirements IECE leads to teacher certification Masters: TL-MAE [IECE Option] Tentative start date – January 2015

8 KIDS Now Scholarships Elizabethtown Carol Thomas Office located at Elizabethtown Community & Technical College campus; (270) 706-8417 Campbellsville/Somerset Michelle Lowe (270) 706-8417 Louisville Susan Bowles Karen Veeley Offices located at Jefferson Community & Technical College campus Apply early for Early Child Development Scholarship – before Nov 15, Mar 15, Jul 15

9 Program Updates IECE Web Page Professional Growth and Effectiveness System [PGES] Sources of Evidence – no longer TPA Tasks New Resources SAP – Satisfactory Academic Progress KFETS – KY Field Experience Tracking System

10 Field Experience File University Field Experience Documents –State Criminal Background Report (ED 199) –TB Skin Test or Wellness Check (every 2 yrs) –Diversity Survey –Disposition Policy (NEW Policy) –Statement of Confidentiality – Codes of Ethics ***If you have questions about the status of your Field Experience Documents contact Ellen Hamilton-Ford (270-789-5477) Required prior to starting field experiences Louisville - JCPS Field Experience Procedure

11 Field Experience Course Credit Field Experience Guidelines Letter to Cooperating Programs & Parent Permissions Pre-approved Field Hour Log – Signed by course instructor –For course credit and grade: complete, accurate, required hours, and with reflections Developmental Intervention (DI) Version Field Hour log (IECE 460) –Returned to you for your records (scan to program flash drive ) –Incomplete Field hours = Incomplete grade –Late field hour logs = no points for the assignment, but hours will count

12 Field Experience Program Credit 200 hours prior to student teaching (IECE) or graduation (ECE) Transfer of field hours from other colleges completed in IECE 301 – with CAP 1 Application Field Hour Log – For Program Credit –Signed by course instructor –Scanned/emailed to

13 PPD – Pre-professional Development 30 hours required prior to student teaching (IECE) 30 hours required for ECE 411 (ECE) Earned PPD hours –Employment Professional Development or Training –Conferences –Campus Workshops Meeting of the Majors (2 hrs) Praxis II Preparation (one per semester for IECE) Capstone Course Presentations PPD Form with Reflection to course instructor –submitted each semester

14 Getting Started Student ID/PIN and Email Account Textbooks EC Standards, K-Standards, Continuous Assessment Guide, Quality Self-Study – order from Bookstore FAFSA & Accepting Financial Aid Award ED 199 – zero credit course – process TigerNet Hybrid Courses Online Courses Advising each semester Advising Worksheet – Keep Student Identification Cards-tba Before you leave tonight, we need to take a picture of you.

15 Course Attendance First Week –Hybrid courses begin the first week even if they do not meet face-to-face Must access TigerNet the first week if course does not meet face-to-face –Contact course instructor if you must miss a class the first week –Administrative withdrawal Attendance & Tardiness Policy –Face-to-Face, Hybrid, Online –Warnings, Withdrawal

16 Italy May 2015 International Experience with Italian Schools –Reggio Emilia –Montessori –Public, Private, Cultural/Linguistic Immersion May 13-24 Can take for course credit – not required Approximate cost: $4800

17 Italy Trip - At A Glance

18 Why Italy? Opportunity to visit a variety of Italian schools (public and private) Can choose to participate in a teaching experience in a classroom Experience Reggio Emilia and Montessori classrooms Italian Culture and Language Immersion Visits to historic sites and other excursions

19 Itinerary Visit to Montessori School in Rome All-day visit to the Reggio Emilia Region and School and Loris Malaguzzi International Center Artisan tour of Florence Lesson in Fresco painting Visits to several public and private Italian schools Visits to the Tuscany towns of San Gimignano; Siena Excursions to historical and early Christian sites Tour and dinner at an Italian Vineyard

20 Belize 2015: Explore Cultural and Linguistic Diversity School of Education Campbellsville University March 6-15

21 Why BELIZE? Location Education language is English Has 5 major language and diversity groups (Kriol, Spanish, Garifuna, Mayan, Chinese) Refugees and large immigrant population Established contacts with schools, education professionals, church organizations. Affordable Service Opportunities – Orphanage and School

22 Belize Trip – At A Glance

23 Spring Break - March 6-15 Make Plans to Participate! 10 Days – approximately $2,000-$2,400 Cave Tubing at Blue Hole Stay with Host Families Visit Belize Zoo Xunantunich Mayan Ruins, San Ignacio Garifuna Village, Hopkins, Dangriga Four days in Mayan and other Belize Schools Orphanage Night of Music Belize City Church Service Belize Visitor PPD Somerset – Oct 20 th – 6:00 pm Campbellsville – Oct 23 rd 5:00 pm Elizabethtown – Oct 21 st 4:00 pm Louisville – Oct 21 st 6:00 pm

24 International Experiences additional information Passports Application Additional paperwork Financial Aid Donations/Tax deductions Information on SOE website Participants For more information about the International Experiences, contact: Dr. Sharon Hundley– 270-300-7983 Donna Fohl– 270-307-0223

25 Whoever wants to be a leader among you must be your servant. Matthew 20:26

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