ECE236 Lang & Literacy in ECE
Overview of language and literacy development in children from infancy to age 6. Design and use a variety of language and literacy development activities with young children. Audit available. (For detailed information, see the Course Content and Outcome Guide ).
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- From the Instructor:
- Instructor: Christyn Dundorf Email: email@example.com Virtual Office Hours: Thursday, 6-7 pm Hello! My name is Christyn Dundorf, and I'll be your instructor for this course. I've taught this course online for the past 11 years. Each time I teach it, I learn something new. This is my 15th year at Portland Community College. I came here from Portland State University where I worked at the Oregon Center for Career Development in Childhood Care and Education and coordinated a number of state level initiatives for early childhood educators (The Professional Development Registry, Early Words: a language and literacy training initiative, and a Statewide Mentoring Project). I have my Ph.D. in Human Development from the University of Rochester. My specialization is language and literacy development in early childhood (in particular, with children ages 3 - 5). I have worked in a number of early childhood settings including private day care and a demonstration Head Start center. I have two children (ages 13 and 16) and they provide me with many illustrative examples for my courses. I enjoy cooking and gardening as well as lots of outdoor activities.
- Course Specific Requirements:
- This is required course for the AAS Degree in Early Education and Family Studies. In order to count toward the AAS degree, this course must be taken for a letter grade. Degree-seeking students who receive a grade lower than a 'C' will be required to take the course again to meet graduation requirements. Assignments for this course require access to infants, toddlers, or preschool-aged children as well as access to a group care, early childhood environment. PCC's Child Development Center on Sylvania Campus is available for this purpose as needed. Please contact the instructor for instructions on how to set up a time to observe in PCC's Child Development Center. This course assumes that students are capable of college-level reading and writing (passing to or testing into Writing 121). Reading and writing assignments and grading criteria are based on the assumption of Writing 121 writing ability.
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Instructor: Christyn Dundorf
Tuition: credit Fees: $20.00
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