CPSY 5261: Early Learning in Infancy and Toddlerhood

3 CreditsOnline Available

This course provides an understanding of infant and toddler development. It offers multiple perspectives and current research related to the timetable of infant and toddler development, as well as the role of caregivers, environment, and culture in development. Special attention will be given to policies/programming that concern infants, toddlers, and their families. Students will be expected to understand the nuanced and varied ways in which development unfolds, including areas of exceptionalities, as well as explore the roles of professionals and community members in supporting infant and toddler development.

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A- Average (3.810)Most Common: A (88%)

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