CPSY 5253: Facilitating Cognitive and Language Learning in Early Childhood Education

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This is a required methods course for students in the Early Childhood Education major (Licensure and Individualized-Studies Tracks) and the Early Childhood Education Initial Licensure Program. It is intended to prepare students to work with and teach typically and non-typically developing children from birth to age 8. Through lecture, videos, small group projects, hands-on exploration of materials and actual implementation of course principles with children, students will practice and learn to: -carefully observe children to identify their individual learning characteristics. -assess children’s developmental characteristics in the cognitive and language domains. -plan relevant and appropriate curriculum to foster growth and development in the areas of cognition, language, and literacy. -write goals and lesson plans focusing on the curriculum areas of math, science, language and literacy. -document and reflect on children’s learning and development. prereq: CPSY 2301 or equiv or inst consent. For Early Childhood or ECSE students.

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