This course offers a study of early childhood guidance theories and practices. Emphasis is placed on the identification and application of positive guidance methods and techniques for the young child's optimal development. Cultural and societal influences and the impact they have on a child's behavior are also explored. Recording and observing behavior of teachers and children is a strong component. Field observations are required.

Recommended Prereq: ECE101; ECE115.

Fall 2019
Credit
3.0
Course Fee: $20.00 | Prereq or Coreq required
Sessions
Ticket # CRN Days Times Location Instructor Status
201ECE106.950
TBA
Course Location

Hybrid

Hybrid instruction combines face-to-face and online formats. Between 40 and 60 percent of the instruction is delivered via the Internet, through use of the college's learning management system, with the balance of instruction delivered face-to-face.

Diez

Open

Books/Materials info available soon

This hybrid class contains online content as well as face to face meetings every Tuesday from Aug. 19 through Dec. 14 at the Downtown Aurora Campus, Room 148, from 6:30 to 7:45 pm.