ED 250 - Infant and Toddler Development and Curriculum

Credit Hours: 3

In this course students will study the social, emotional, cognitive, physical and language development of children birth through age three. Students will implement theories and research to design programming that supports healthy adult-child relationships and provides infants and toddlers with developmentally appropriate curriculum. This course includes 10 hours of observation/exploration in infant/toddler classrooms. Therefore, students enrolled in this course must have up-to-date child abuse, criminal and FBI clearances as detailed under the Pennsylvania Child Protective Services Law.


(ED 204 or ED 214, either with a grade of "C" or better) and PSYC 201

Course Offered Online: Yes