EDN 424 - Child Guidance
This course is designed to introduce students to theories, principles and techniques for developmentally appropriate guidance of young children birth through five years. Emphasis is placed on guidance techniques, strategies and appropriate interventions that teachers can use to facilitate young children’s autonomy and self-discipline while promoting development of self-concept and prosocial behaviors. The effect of the environment and adult-child interaction on guidance will be examined. Class activities include lectures, small and large group discussions, cooperative learning activities, video illustrations, case analyses, problem solving exercises, and field experience reflections. Field experiences required.
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite Courses: EDN 204
Course Repeatability: Course may not be repeated. Maximum Repeatable Hours: 3
Additional Course Fees: Student Blanket Professional Liability Insurance Additional Course Fee Schedule
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