A Pleasant Student Surprise When Aurora Hill was young, she found out she was going to be a student in Mrs. Cola’s fifth-grade class. Rumors had long circulated throughout the elementary school that Mrs. Cola was the “mean old lady … Continue reading Student Success Story: Aurora Hill, Child Study Bachelor’s Degree
“Early Education is the key to the betterment of society.” – Maria Montessori Early childhood is such an important time for learning. This phase – which spans the first 8 years of life – is the most rapid period of … Continue reading How to Become an ECE Teacher in Connecticut
Childcare center directors, much like their name implies, are the head of a preschool, daycare, or other early childhood education setting. Not only do they interact with young children on a daily basis, they also coordinate and design the care … Continue reading How to Become a Childcare Director in Connecticut
During a child’s first few years of life, more than one million new, neural connections are formed within the brain every second. These neural connections, according to Harvard researchers, are exactly what build the brain’s architecture and foundation for all … Continue reading What is Early Childhood Education, and is it the Right Career for You?
If you have a love for young children and desire to help mold young minds, you may be considering becoming a teacher. Teachers equip students with knowledge and tools needed to succeed in school and, oftentimes, in life. It is … Continue reading Infant, Toddler, and Preschool Teacher Requirements in CT
If you love children, have a passion for teaching, and want to make a difference in people’s lives on the day-to-day, you may be considering a career in education. It’s no wonder why. Teachers are some of the most valued, … Continue reading Early Childhood Education vs. Elementary Education: Which Career Environment is Right for You?