ECE 216 - Child and Youth Health
In this course, students will examine and discuss content and issues related to the health, safety, and nutrition of young children birth through age 5. Students will explore information that relates to the development of safe learning environments, healthy nutrition, and other positive interactions that support optimal growth and development of young children. Ways to engage the family in supporting these practices as well as licensing rules and information about required training will be included. First Aid, Infant/Child CPR and ODHS Communicable Disease Certifications are embedded course requirements. This class is open to all students. Can be taken concurrently with ECE 298 with permission of the department chair.
Prerequisite: (ENG 111 or ENG 111P) and EDU 101 and (ECE 100 or EDU 100) all with a "C" or better
Credits: 2(Lec: 2)
School: School of Liberal Arts
Department: Teacher Ed & Hum Svcs Dept
Attributes: Career Trans Assurance Guide