SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
INTRO EARLY CHILD EDUCATION
Section: ECH 101-001
Credits: 3 credit hours
Availability: 28 (Capacity: 32)
1:00 PM - 2:25 PM
Auburn Campus - L211
Concurrent enrollment in ECH 103 or 106 is required. Recommended background: PSY 215. Course examines the history and development of early childhood education as well as current trends and issues. The needs of the young child (age 0 to 8) will be studied for the purpose of applying the principles of growth and development to the use of appropriate methods, materials and activities. The development of skills to work with children, families and the community will be emphasized.
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