Want to work as an early childhood teacher in a mainstream early childhood centre? The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Teaching) prepares you for this rewarding career.
This specialty is designed for students who want to work as an early childhood teacher in a mainstream early childhood centre. You’ll develop your understanding of early childhood education and the early childhood teaching national curriculum, Te Whariki.
This is part of the Bachelor of Education ([Specialty] Teaching).
In support of the Treaty of Waitangi, AUT offers zero fees te reo Māori papers that can be taken as part of a Bachelor of Education at AUT.
All students need to complete a number of teaching placements in a diverse range of practicum centres (as prescribed by the Teaching Council). The centres are mainly based in Auckland and include early childhood education and full daycare centres, kindergartens and community-based preschool facilities.
As part of your placements you work with children from 0-5 years in different settings over your three years of study. For many students this workplace experience is the highlight of the degree.
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