FAMILY AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 2 (737)
Family and Child Development 2
Family and Child Development 2 expands on the content and experiences of Family Child Development 1 by focusing on the learning processes of young children. Students will become familiar with developmental theories and how to apply them via the implementation of meaningful lessons/activities while working with young children. Students will become familiar with the career opportunities available to them as they assume responsibility for meeting the specific needs of a group of children. The lab portion of this course includes hands-on work such as the planning, organizing, and running of activities for 2-5 year old children at a local preschool. This course is highly recommended for students pursuing careers in education, social sciences, nursing/medicine, and/or being a parent.