CDCC105 : Early Childhood Health, Safety and Special Needs

Provides information about meeting the health, safety, nutrition and special needs of young children. The course will also discuss the important components of these topics and how they can work together. A review of state regulations, key program policies, daily practices, and discussion of early childhood special needs accommodations. A weekly three-hour (45 hour total) practicum with a children’s group (early childhood classroom or family home child care) will allow the student to observe and apply research-based theory.

Prerequisites

EDUC/PSYC110

Overview

Program

Credits

4
Lecture Hours
3
Lab/Clinical/Field Study Hours
3