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Students are either placed, or expected to be employed, at a child care center, school or site that provides care and education to children. Students will demonstrate competence in assisting the regular classroom teacher and gradually assume the responsibilities of a ?group teacher.? Students will plan and implement activities that are appropriate to both the age and developmental level of the children. This course is required for the Child Care Certificate and can be applied to the A.A.S. degree program in Early Childhood Education as equivalent to ECE 231, Early Childhood Education Externship I.