ECE 203 - Guiding Children's Behavior
This course explores the foundation of guidance practices in early childhood educational group settings. Students explore the dynamics of creating a positive environment for children and the links between behavior and the child's development, personality, family experiences, peer interactions, the physical classroom space, environmental issues and other factors. Students will develop knowledge of educational strategies for creating a positive child centered environment. Students will also become familiar with specific developmentally appropriate interventions used by staff, peers, parents or self to encourage behavior which is conducive for learning in an early childhood education learning community. Students are required to observe teachers in a classroom or childcare einvornment.
Prerequisities: (ENG 111 or ENG 111P) and EDU 101 and (ECE 100 or EDU 100) all with a "C" or better
Credits: 3(Lec: 3)
School: School of Liberal Arts
Department: Teacher Ed & Hum Svcs Dept
Attributes: General Elective