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Congratulations to the elected members of the Nebraska Indian Community College 2014 Student Senate. Friday, October 10th...
The “Framing the Chemistry Curriculum” Project, 2013-2018 In Summer 2013, the science faculty and deans at Nebraska Indian...
Collaborating with NASA and NOAA Climate change is a hot topic globally. A lot of people are looking at the effects of...
The 2014 Nebraska Indian Community College (NICC) graduation commencement ceremony was held Saturday, May 17 in Santee,...
College Facts why NICC is the school for you
3 Locations of NICC: Macy, Santee, South Sioux City, Nebraska.
15:1 Student to Faculty Ratio.
NCA Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
1973 NICC was established in 1973.
Focused on preserving and revitalizing the cultures of the Omaha and Santee people and providing access to a quality higher education.
Nebraska Indian Community College
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This course provides history and types of children's literature through wide reading, evaluation, and discussion of children's books. Includes folklore, poetry, fantasy, modern realistic fiction, biography, historical fiction, multicultural and informational books.
This course focuses on the development of skills, techniques, and attitudes needed to form successful collaboration with diverse family systems and communities. Ten hours of community service learning is required.
This course will focus on a systematic approach to effective program planning and operations and will include specific plans for meeting the needs of children and their families. Emphasis will be placed on organization, policy and procedures, record keeping, staff management, and budgeting. Future trends toward childcare operations will be examined.
This course prepares students to plan a developmentally appropriate curriculum and environments for children ages 3-8 years of age. Topics include writing goals and objectives, lesson plans, daily schedules, working with parents, and inclusionary practices. Prerequisite: Previous ECE coursework