ECE 201 - Observation and Assessment of Young Children
This course examines the basic principles of observation and assessment of children in early childhood settings. It focuses on the appropriate use of observation tools such as anecdotal records, rating scales and checklists, in order to observe and document children’s growth, use of a variety of observational techniques, and standards-based performance assessments to inform instructional practice and ensure developmentally appropriate curriculum. Five (5) hours of unsupervised field observation are required outside of the three (3) credit lecture.
ECE 200 - Early Childhood Education in Contemporary America
EDU 200 - Historical and Philosophical Foundations of American Education
PS 201 - Child Psychology