Child Development  
CD 133 - Infant Toddler Curriculum and Group Care

In this course you will learn to:

  • Differentiate between various types of programs for infant and toddlers
  • Demonstrate understanding of licensing standards of infant and toddler care
  • Develop appropriate indoor and outdoor environments for infants and toddlers
  • Create activities for infants and toddles which reflect understanding of developmental stages and issues
  • Evaluate various types of equipment for appropriateness and value to infant and toddler development
  • Track and communicate a child's progress
  • Recognize role of attachment in caregiving

Reccomended preparation:  CD 101, 110, 123 and English 200


Assignments for this course include:

  • Reading of our textbook and other assigned supplemental materials
  • Assignments in the companion workbook
  • Program observations
  • Program evaluations
  • Written activity plans
  • Toy and material evaluations
  • Research project
  • midterm and final exam

Required texts:

Gonzalez-Mena, Infants, Toddlers and Caregivers, 7th Edition and companion guide, ISBN13-978-0-07-313129-0

Butterfield, Emotional Connections, ISBN 0-943657-64-4

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