ECE-170 - Infant and Toddler Methods and Techniques3 credits
This course is designed to provide students with a foundational understanding of infant and toddler development. Emphasis will be placed on safety, health, nutrition, and child welfare issues. The environment, daily routines, and staff selection will also be discussed. Students will discuss typical and atypical development and plan for inclusive environments. Students will also learn critical family involvement strategies. Techniques for observing the very young will be extensively studied, as well as how to turn observations into curriculum and program planning tools.
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