Early Childhood Education, MA Online Partnership with Boulder Journey School
An online MA in Early Childhood Education to study innovation for children birth to age 8, at Boulder Journey School, inspired by the schools for young children in Reggio Emilia, Italy. Study quality multi-media examples of learning and teaching, engage in collaborative examination of documentation, and develop interpretations and new practices to innovate the field of Early Childhood Education.
You will study the philosophy, foundational ideas and the contextualized practices from the infant toddler centers and preschools of Reggio Emilia, Italy. While exploring the Reggio Emilia Approach, you will make extensive connections between your own context and the Reggio-inspired work at Boulder Journey School, a school for young children and teacher education developed in partnership with the School of Education & Human Development at the University of Colorado Denver.
- This is a fully online program
This 30-credit program is designed so that students can work full-time while earning a Master’s degree in two years or less.
|ECED 6320||A Colorado Interpretation of Reggio Emilia Approach||3|
|LDFS 6400||Observation, Documentation and Assessment||3|
|ECED 6350||Literacy and the Hundred Languages||3|
|ECED 6300||Contextual Curriculum 1||3|
|ECED 6330||Supportive Social Learning||3|
|ECED 6310||Contextual Curriculum II||3|
|RSEM 6500||Teacher as Researcher||3|
|ECED 6340||Messing About with STEM||3|
|LDFS 6420||The Environment as the Third Teacher||3|
|ECED 6360||Children and Teachers as Change Agents||3|