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Ele 455 - Curriculum and Methods for Infants and Toddlers

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PROPOSED COURSE SYLLABUS OUTLINE ELE 455 DEPARTMENT Early Childhood and and Elementary Education COURSE NUMBER ELE 455 CREDIT HOURS 3 I TITLE Curriculum and Methods for Infants and Toddlers II CATALOG DESCRIPTION 3 credit hours This course provides an in depth look at care and education for infants and toddlers including children with disabilities and children from diverse backgrounds Major emphasis is placed on methods to provide quality care to meet physical emotional cognitive and social needs of infants and toddlers while working collaboratively with families and other community agencies and service providers Current best practices in education of infants and toddlers will be reviewed Clinical field experiences will be required Prerequisites are EDU 103 and EDP 260 or instructor permission III PURPOSE This course will introduce students to curriculum for education of infants and toddlers and will include methods materials and curriculum to be used in inclusive center based settings and home based settings IV COURSE OBJECTIVES The behaviors listed below are understood to be reflective of but not limited to those behaviors advocated by the Kentucky Education Reform Act guidelines Following each objective and enclosed in parentheses are roman numerals which reference the Kentucky IECE Teacher Standards and numbers in brackets reference the Kentucky Early Childhood Core Competencies As a result of participation in this course the student will A Demonstrate knowledge of child growth and development during the first three years of life I II 1 3 4 B Demonstrate ability to develop a collaborative relationship between caregiver and family VI VIII 6 C Demonstrate ability to create safe and healthy developmentally appropriate learning environments and design and implement experiences for infants and toddlers with diverse abilities including the ability to schedule activities design learning opportunities and monitor child progress I II III IV V 4 D Demonstrate knowledge of



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