Jul 07, 2020  
2018-2019 Catalog 
2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

ECE 241 Methods and Techniques for Infant / Toddler Care

Prerequisite: ENG 101 , ECE 182  or ECE 141  
3 credits

This course is developed specifically for those who are already working with infant and toddler children in a childcare facility or who plan to work with this age group in the future. This course is also appropriate for those who are involved in the training or supervision of infant and toddler teachers. The course emphasizes developmentally appropriate curriculum based on the emotional, social, cognitive, language, creative and physical areas of development; and routines, safety and effective use and management of physical space. Other areas that will be covered are nutrition and its impact on infant and toddler development. This course requires 10 hours of observation at the NCC Child Development Lab School or another NAEYC accredited approved site. If pursing the Infant/Toddler ECTC (Early Childhood Teacher’s Credential), students are required to have taken ECE 141 .