Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care

On successful completion of this programme, graduates should be able to:

  1. Facilitate young children’s learning and development through innovative curriculum design, pedagogies and reflective practice in early childhood (EC) settings;
  2. Apply a range of assessment strategies to promote and monitor young children’s learning and development in EC;
  3. Employ theory- and research-informed approaches in EC learning, teaching, and assessment for Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and other contexts;
  4. Conduct research on EC learning and development, and teaching in PICs and other contexts using a range of methodologies, approaches and methods;
  5. Promote safe, inclusive and quality ECEC and lifelong learning for all;
  6. Use appropriate language and modes of communication including ICT to effectively engage early learners in a range of contexts;
  7. Practise professional and ethical standards in ECEC teaching, scholarly and socio-cultural contexts;
  8. Promote collaborative approaches to educational decision-making and leadership within ECEC, communities, and societies, at the local, regional and global levels (including global citizenship).
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