EDUC 4503 Early Childhood Curriculum Implementation

Plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum and instructional practices.

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EDUC 4503 Early Childhood Curriculum Implementation

Description

This course prepares early childhood professional to plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum and instructional practices based on knowledge of individual children, the community, and curriculum goals and contexts. The course includes individual and group guidance and problem-solving techniques, knowledge and strategies from multiple disciplines for students with special needs, and specific strategies to establish and maintain physically and psychologically safe and healthy learning environments. This course also includes five (5) hours of observation and programming with young children split between kindergarten and 2nd or 3rd grade to observe the differences in curriculum implementation.

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