2019 - 2020 Undergraduate Bulletin

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Course Description

ED 233 Early Childhood Development 3 cr.

  • Offered: On demand
  • Prerequisite: Acceptance into the pre-methods phase of the education program or with permission from the instructor.

Focuses on the early development of children (ages birth through 8). Through classroom lecture and discussion, and field-based observations, students will learn the trajectory of growth and development across the five developmental domains to include motor, cognitive, social/emotional, communication and adaptive skill development. Students will become familiar with different types of developmental delays and disabilities in relation to formal and informal learning and development, including the need for accommodations, teaching, and curricular requirements and modifications.

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