Infant-Toddler Development Pt. 1

Early Childhood Education (ECE)
Course Designator
Academic Dean
Dean of Business and Professional Studies
Last Offered
Official Course Description

This course provides opportunities for students to explore, understand, and practice critical interactions with infants and toddlers that support and nurture their social-emotional, cognitive, and language and literacy development and learning. It is designed for current and future educators who work/will work in home or center-based group settings with infants and/or toddlers. Students are assigned to licensed lab sites where infants and toddlers are in attendance. Thirty (30) lab hours in the form of observation/interaction are required in addition to the course lectures. This course meets DHHS licensing requirements for lead infant-toddler caregivers. Prerequisites: Permission of the Coordinator. Students are required to submit a negative TB test and DHHS Central Clearance Registry background check prior to registering for this course. NOTE: This course constitutes the first half of ECE.112. When taken with ECE.112Y, it will be considered as an equivalent to ECE.112.

Upcoming Offerings

Below is a list of the planned ECE.112X course sections for this semester and near future. The seat availability shown below is not updated in real time and may be out of date. Please keep in mind that course sections may be cancelled, changed, or otherwise altered before the course section start date.