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Spring 2014
Mar 05, 2015
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ED 710 - Development Promotion and Intervention: Prenatal through Toddlerhood

Course Description: This course focuses on advanced infant-toddler development (birth through 2 years), the responsive interactions between young children and their family members and other caregivers, and the prenatal and infant-toddler programs that provide the earliest supports to families of cultural, linguistic, and ability diversity. Biological, medical, and environmental factors that are frequently identified during the pre-peri, and postnatal period, and how they contribute to a child’s development course, will be investigated. This course uses observations and field experiences in infant-toddler settings to connect theory and research to practice. Interventions and adaptations embedded into the play and routine activities in home, community, and classroom settings, individualized to the context, culture, and individual family, created and implemented using relationship-based interventions, transdisciplinary teaming, and collaborative coaching of families and other caregivers will be emphasized. IFSP development, transition planning, and the legislative requirements and evidence-based practices of Part C of IDEA, Early Head Start, and other developmental promotion programs will be explored. 90 hours of fieldwork is required.


3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Graduate
Schedule Types: Lecture, Tutorial

Educational Studies Department

Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:     
      Graduate

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