- PLO 1: Observe a child-centered environment that focuses on intentional teaching and reflects on the whole child. (N.A.E.Y.C. 3)
- CLO 1: Identify how early childhood centers utilize math, science and social studies in the classroom.
- CLO 3: Identify anti-bias and multicultural concepts to be used with young children.
- CLO 8: Recognize the value of math science and social studies as an integral part of a preschool curriculum.
- CLO 10: Appreciate the ability of children to be able to problem solve in everyday experiences.

- PLO 3: Design curriculum and assessments that are developmentally responsive to the diverse needs of children. (N.A.E.Y.C.1, 3, 4, 5)
- CLO 4: Plan developmentally appropriate lesson in math, science and social studies.
- CLO 6: Implement written lesson plans in math, science and social studies for children age’s three to five.
- CLO 8: Recognize the value of math science and social studies as an integral part of a preschool curriculum.

- PLO 4: Engage with children, families, colleagues and the community ethically and professionally in learning environments and meaningful activities. (N.A.E.Y.C. 2.,6)
- CLO 2: Demonstrate a math and science vocabulary that is appropriate for young children.
- CLO 4: Plan developmentally appropriate lesson in math, science and social studies.
- CLO 5: Apply authentic math skills assessment for young children.
- CLO 6: Implement written lesson plans in math, science and social studies for children age’s three to five.
- CLO 8: Recognize the value of math science and social studies as an integral part of a preschool curriculum.