Early Childhood (EARLYCHD)
EARLYCHD 540 NUTRITION AND HEALTH: EARLY CHILDHOOD 3 Units
This course pertains to the needs of the young child of from infancy through the third grade, with emphasis on knowledge of nutrition, safety, and health in homes, community and school settings. It is a hybrid class, meeting on-line in-lieu of some regularly scheduled class periods.
PREREQ: RESTRICTED TO STUDENTS WITH A DECLARED MAJOR IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
EARLYCHD 711 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE 3 Units
A study of the historical and theoretical foundations; current models and practices; and significant research regarding early childhood education.
EARLYCHD 713 TRENDS IN CURRICULUM FOR THE PRE-SCHOOL/PRIMARY CHILD 3 Units
This course is designed to give students sufficient skills to develop, implement and evaluate curriculum for children from ages 3-8.
EARLYCHD 714 CURRENT ISSUES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 3 Units
Identification of significant issues and consideration of research having an impact on emerging trends as well as current practices in early childhood education.