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Infant and Toddler Development (ECE104)

3.0 Semester Hours

Focusing on the development of children from prenatal to age three, this course studies prenatal development, the birth process, growth and development, health and nutritional needs, social and emotional needs, and language and cognitive development. The role of adults in enhancing infant and toddler development is explored, and current trends and research in areas such as brain development are covered. Field observations in infant and toddler programs are required as part of this course.

Recommended Prereq: ECE101; ECE115.

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