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Professional Ethics in Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education

January 30 @ 12:00 am - 11:59 pm CST

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In this three-part module series, you will learn foundational information related to ethics, how ethics is a part of cultural competence, and gain strategies and resources for making ethical decisions that are culturally competent and support your work with young children with disabilities and their family as an early childhood care and education professional.

Course Details

  • Interactive components and links to videos are included, so make sure you have a strong internet connection.
  • Units and resources will open in a new window be sure to turn your pop-up blocker off.
  • The content includes audio and video, ensure your computer can play audio and video files, and open PDF files.
  • To ensure progress is saved, please pause and resume learning between units.
  • In order to receive continuing education credit and/or a certificate of completion for general use, all users must take a cumulative post-test at the end of the entire course. This post-test can be found at the end of  Unit 4 labeled “Continuing Education.” You will have five attempts to pass the final post-test at 80% or better.
  • It is expected that students will view all materials, engage with the activities, and complete reflections.
  • For information about this course or assistance with completion please email [email protected]
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Course Enrollment

Course Author

Crystal Williams, Ed.M., content author

Robyn DiPietro-Wells, EdM, content developer

Molly Herndon, instructional designers

Continuing Education Credit

  • This  course:
    • Offers 2.75 CE credits through the Early Intervention Training Program (EITP) at the University of Illinois for providers in Illinois through  12/31/25. To learn more about EITP, go to
    • Is a Gateways to Opportunity Registry-approved Training for early care and education professionals in Illinois through 12/31/25
  • Participants will be eligible for credits and a certificate of attendance for general use upon finishing the module in its entirety and passing a post-test.
  • Please access the post-test and continuing education certificate in the last lesson of the course, titled “Continuing Education.” 


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Continuing Education Credits Available