Meg Galante-DeAngelisMeg Galante-DeAngelis

Teaching Faculty

Interests: Advocacy and professional practice in early childhood education; infant toddler teacher training; celebration of diversity in early childhood education; women and children of the mid-nineteenth century.

Favorite part of the ECD/ECDE program: Helping students develop cohort support systems that will help sustain them in school and into their professional lives.

Courses taught:
HDFS 2100. Human Development: Infancy through Adolescence,
HDFS 3122. Integrated Curriculum Methods and Materials for Infants and Toddlers,
HDFS 3123. Integrated Curriculum Methods and Materials for Preschool and Kindergarten,
HDFS 3125. Emergent Literacy and Language Arts in Early Childhood Education
HDFS 3127. Professional Development and Advocacy in Early Childhood
HDFS 3181. Observing Infant and Toddler Development
HDFS 3182. Observing Early Childhood Development
HDFS 4182. Administration and Leadership in Early Childhood Programs: Practicum

1977- BS University of Connecticut, Early Childhood Education (School of Human Development and Family Relations)
1978- MA University of Connecticut, Rehabilitation (School of Education)
1996- MA University of Connecticut, Infant Toddler Teacher Training (Human Development and Family Studies)

Activities Beyond UCONN:
UConn Jumpstart - Faculty Advisor
Council of Child Development Laboratory Administrators – Board Member and President-Emeritus
Editor of the CCDLA Bulletin