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WORKING WITH INFANTS, TODDLERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

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WORKING WITH INFANTS, TODDLERS AND THEIR FAMILIES

2014 Fall Term

3 Units

Education Interdepartmental 322

This course examines relevant theories and pertinent research pertaining to care of infants and toddlers within the family setting and in group care programs. Content includes an examination of legislative action that calls for intervention services for the birth to three population in natural settings, screening and assessment procedures, eligibility criteria for service delivery, working closely with and supporting parents, and team collaboration styles. The relationship between best practices for care of infants and toddlers in community care and policies which support them is considered as well. Students will design and evaluate curriculum activities appropriate for all children, from birth to three years of age. Prereq: Successful completion of all prior Early Childhood Education classes.

Other Requirements: PREREQ: ADMISSION TO PROFESSIONAL ED AND EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM

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Section Details Meeting Details & Topic Instructor Syllabus
 
01-DIS 2571
3 Units
09/03 - 12/23 (1) Tu 2:00 PM - 3:40 PM
Carmen Rivers
WH2016WH2016

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