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Experience With Young Children: Support Teacher
SUPPORT LAB
CLASS CODE: CHILD 240L CREDITS:  4
DIVISION: EDUCATION & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT: CHILD & FAMILY STUDIES
GENERAL EDUCATION: This course does not fulfill a General Education requirement.

DESCRIPTION: First level teaching practicum for students majoring in Professional Preschool Education. Students will function primarily as a support teacher in the campus preschool laboratories, including working with special services personnel to assist children with disabilities and developmental delays.
TAUGHT: winter, fall
CONTENT AND TOPICS: Supervised experience working with preschool-aged children.
Lesson Planning, Discipline, Identifying and Responding to Child Abuse and Molestation, Maintaining a Safe Classroom, Maintaining a Healthy Classroom, Establishing a Learning Environment, Advancing Physical Skills, Advancing Cognitive Skills, Advancing Communication Skills, Advancing Creative Skills, Building a Positive Self-Concept, Promoting Social Skills, Providing Guidance, Promoting Family Involvement, Providing Program Management, and Promoting Professionalism
GOALS AND OBJECTIVES: Students will acquire fundamental skills in preschool curriculum development, support and lead teaching skills, and child guidance.
REQUIREMENTS: Implement written lesson plans, guidance principles and support skills taught in Child 240.
PREREQUISITES: Student must have completed ECSE 100,CHILD 210, and CHILD 230 with a C grade or higher.
Concurrent enrollment in CHILD 230 accepted and current enrollment in CHILD 240 required. Consent of instructor required.
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EFFECTIVE DATE: January 2004