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Experience with Toddlers
TODDLERS
CLASS CODE: CHILD 280 CREDITS:  3
DIVISION: EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT: CHILD & FAMILY STUDIES
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Designed to promote an increased understanding of working with and teaching toddler-aged children. Experience preparing to guide toddler groups and work with related programs in which special training with these early ages is required. Any qualified student desiring a lab experience may enroll.
DESCRIPTION: Designed to promote an increased understanding of working with and teaching toddler-aged children. Experience preparing to guide toddler groups and work with related programs in which special training with these early ages is required. Any qualified student desiring a lab experience may enroll.
TOPICS:
OBJECTIVES: -To learn the characteristics and special attributes and needs of the child ages 18-33 months.
-To study the theory of play and apply the knowledge in working with toddler and their parents.
-To gain experience teaching the child aged 18-33 months, including planning, creating learning environments, being of safety and evaluating effectively.
-To study the research concerning the positive qualities of the early childhood specialist and to make necessary changes to incorporate these qualities into teaching if needed.
-To gain information about P.L. 99-457 and its current implementation and application in this region as well as regions where you plan to work.
REQUIREMENTS:
PREREQUISITES: CHILD 210
OTHER:
EFFECTIVE DATE: August 2003