EDU 153 - Planning Programs And Environments For Children3
An exploration of the theory and methods of designing, implementing and maintaining balanced age-appropriate comprehensive programs in various early childhood educational settings. Attention is given to the needs of children both individually and in groups, to specific cognitive and affective curriculum areas and curriculum models, communication and involvement with families, staff, and community as well as the physical learning environment and the importance of play. Completion of a pre-practicum/service-learning placement of 22 hours in an early child center or school is a requirement of this course.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of PSY 122.
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