- Course Number:
- ECE 123
- Course Title:
- Environments and Curriculum II
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This course explores the use of developmentally and culturally appropriate practices in creating physical and social environments and curriculum for children six weeks to six years in home or center-based programs. Theories of play and early care and education are employed to plan and implement environments and curriculum for children. Students plan, implement, and evaluate environments and curriculum for young children. Prerequisite: ECE 122. Audit available.
Intended Outcomes for the course
Select, analyze, and present materials, equipment, toys, games, and software for children of different ages, cultures, families, and so forth.
Choose strategies, approaches, and tools that promote learning in environments and curriculum for young children.
Analyze, adapt, and modify routines and schedules to enable individuals and groups of children to experience success and a sense of competence.
Observe, analyze, adapt and modify curriculum activities that are based on emergent, theme- and skill-based approaches.
Employ lesson planning and webbing to plan and implement developmentally and culturally appropriate environments and curricula.