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EED414 Developmentally Appropriate Practices for Children Birth-Second Grade

Students will consider the cognitive and social development of children, birth through second grade, and the implications for child development, curriculum planning, environmental organization and management. Students will develop competence in observing and assessing children's development and environmental performance by participating in appropriate settings. (Field Experience - 20 hours)

Credits

  • 3

Restrictions

  • Must be enrolled in the following level: Undergraduate
  • Must be enrolled in one of the following field(s) of study (major, minor or concentration): Art History 1-6 (630A), Art History B-2 (599A), Biology 1-6 (630B), Biology B-2 (599B), Black Studies 1-6 (630L), Black Studies B-2 (599L), Childhood Education 1-6 (630), Childhood Education B-2 (599), Earth Science 1-6 (630R), Earth Science B-2 (599R), English 1-6 (630E), English B-2 (599E), French 1-6 (630F), French B-2 (599F), Geography 1-6 (630G), Geography B-2 (599G), Mathematics 1-6 (630M), Mathematics B-2 (599M), Political Science 1-6 (630P), Political Science B-2 (599P), Social Studies - History B-2 (599H), Social Studies-History 1-6 (630H), Spanish 1-6 (630S), Spanish B-6 (599S)
  • May not be enrolled in the following class: Freshman

Prerequisites

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