FA18-Su19 Common Course Early Childhood Education

1110   HILD GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT AND LEARNING
1115   HEALTH, SAFETY, AND NUTRITION
1120   GUIDING YOUNG CHILDREN
1125   ASSESSMENT OF CHILDREN AND EVALUATION OF PROGRAMS
1130   FAMILY AND COMMUNITY COLLABORATION
2110   PROFESSIONALISM
2115   INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE, LITERACY AND READING
2120   CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT THROUGH PLAY BIRTH THROUGH AGE
2121L  CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT THROUGH PLAY PRACTICUM-BIRTH THROUTH AGE 4
2130   CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT & IMPLEMENTATION AGE 3 THROUGH GRADE 3
2131L  CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT & IMPLEMENTATION PRACTICUM AGE 3 THROUGH GRADE 3
3302   RESEARCH IN CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
3303   FAMILY, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE
3304   YOUNG CHILDREN WITH DIVERSE ABILITIES
4470   SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING AND SELF REGULATION IN YOUNG CHILDREN
4475   TEACHING AND LEARNING MATH AND SCIENCE
4476   TEACHING AND LEARNING READING AND WRITING
4477   TEACHING AND LEARNING SOCIAL STUDIES, FINE ARTS AND MOVEMENT
4478L  TEACHING AND LEARNING PRACTICUM
4479L  STUDENT TEACHING
4480    SEMINAR

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