CCP 204: The Developing Professional in Early Childhood Education
Students use a reflective-inquiry approach to understand how child development theories and evidence-based practices are used as the basis of quality early childhood education programs. Skills in observation, understanding adult-child interactions, child guidance, diversity, curriculum content areas and classroom environment are explored.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; CCP 200 or CCP 220, minimum grade "C"; ENG 226 minimum grade "C"; MTH 149 minimum grade "C"; 45 Early Childhood Education program credits; consent required
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