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1 ECE Online Courses Course Number BOK Course Title Course Description Access to Children 18CI1001 TI Educational Technology This course encompasses effectively analyzing, designing, Must videotape a developing, implementing, and evaluating educational technology lesson plan technology as an instructional resource in the classroom as with a child or small related to principles of learning and assessment. Students will group of children. develop increased classroom communication and management skills through discussions, modeling, laboratory experiences, and completion of a comprehensive project. 18SPED EDST1001 DC SE DC HP Individuals with Exceptionalities Introduction to Education 18EDST1002 SS Educational Psychology This is a survey course addressing identification, developmental characteristics, and intervention strategies for individuals with exceptionalities across educational and community settings. Introduction to Education is an undergraduate course that provides knowledge about, and critical analysis of, the development and structure of schooling and teaching in the United States. It explores teaching as a profession; school governance and finance; issues of practice; historical, sociocultural, philosophical, political, and legal foundations of education; and current educational reform. This course covers the major theories of human development and learning, motivation, instructional strategies, assessment, and examines similarities and differences in learners. The role of factors in students' development and learning are considered. Must complete 10 hours of observation or participation in an inclusive classroom (Pre-K - Grade 12). May not be your own classroom. Must complete 10 hours of observation or participation in a classroom (Pre-K - Grade 12). May not be your own classroom. Need access to 2-3 classrooms of different types (i.e., family child care, preschool, schoolage, Head Start, etc.) for observation. May not be your own classroom.

2 18ECE1005 FYE Learning ECE Online This course provides a basic overview of the skills needed to be a successful online student in Early Care & Education. Topics include: developmentally appropriate practice in preschool classrooms, national and state standards in early care and education, professional communication, academic writing, using references in writing, best practices for an online student, and study skills. None 18ECE1020 Health Safety and Nutrition The goal of this course is to explore concepts of theory and practice in early childhood education about health, safety, nutrition, and other related topics, such as gross motor development, recognition and response to maltreatment, support for inclusion of children with disabilities and special needs, and considerations for creating linkages between schools, families, and communities. Must observe classroom other than your own. Must visit playground (public or at a child care center). 18ECE2000 SS Intro to Child Development This course is a study of the growth and development of the child prenatal through age 8 in the areas of physical, cognitive, language, and social/emotional development. Students develop an understanding of theories of development, current research, and influences on development such as nature and nurture. Observational techniques for assessing development are examined. Students will need to have access to a child for this course. Must have access to a child ages 0-8 years for a series of observation assignments. 18ECE2005 Developmental Transitions: Childhood to Adulthood This course focuses on the growth and development during the middle childhood, adolescent and adult periods of development. It examines topics related to the physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development of individuals during these periods of development. This course also addresses the role of families, individual differences, culture, and schools in development; the impact of media on childhood development; and the challenges faced by adolescents. Must have access to two male and two female teenagers.

3 18ECE ECE2015 Classroom Organization & Guidance Language Arts & Literacy in Early Care Education This course provides an introduction to developmentally appropriate methods of guiding young children's behavior including communication skills for use with young children, staff, and parents. The student will construct concepts and develop skills which will provide a foundation for classroom environmental design, organization and guidance. During this course students must have access to a classroom other than their own. This course focuses on understanding how young children birth to five develop oral language and emergent reading and writing skills. It also examines ways teachers can provide developmentally appropriate, literacy rich experiences in an integrated early childhood classroom through play, environmental design and knowledge of children's literature. This course requires access to children ages 2-5 years. Must observe classroom other than your own. Must observe one child between the ages of 3-5. Must purchase materials to create assignments. 18ECE2025 DC Families, Communities and Schools This course explores educational considerations in working with young children and families from a variety of cultural, ethnic, and other diverse backgrounds. This course also addresses issues related to working with families in early care and education and to learning strategies for building partnerships, communicating about child progress, and accessing community resources Must implement an advocacy project. Must interview administrator of program. 18ECE3010 Foundations of Math & Science This course focuses on understanding the conceptual development of mathematics and science in preschool and kindergarten children and aligns with Ohio Content Standards in these areas. Students learn to design and implement appropriate curriculum within an integrated curriculum. Must observe one child between the ages of 3-5. Must purchase materials to create assignments.

4 18ECE2020 Creative Arts in Early This course is an introduction to the creative arts, including Must implement visual arts, block design, sensory experiences, music, and assignments with drama. It is designed for students to explore both the preschoolers. Must theoretical and practical aspects of creative expression as they purchase materials to relate to young children birth to age five. Students will create assignments. construct knowledge and understanding of these creative domains as well as demonstrate implementation of strategies and techniques for involving children in aesthetic experiences. 18ECE ECE2045 Infant and Toddler Physical, Cognitive, and Language Development in Infant and Toddlers This course addresses specific caregiving of infants and toddlers in both individual and group care settings. Course content will cover environmental design, curriculum implementation, and responsive adult-child interaction. Students will need access to a child between the ages of 3-30 months who is not a child living in their home. Students will also need access to a child care center for a classroom observation. This course explores the domains of physical and cognitive development, including language and pre-literacy skills, of infants and toddlers. The course provides guidance for planning experiences that enhance physical, cognitive, and language development including dual language learning. Must observe and interact with a child ages 3-33 months of age. Must observe and interact with a child ages 3-33 months of age. 18ECE2050 Social Emotional Development and Guidance for Infants and Toddlers This course explores the domains of social and emotional development of infants and toddlers including guidance strategies. It provides direction for planning experiences that promote and support social and emotional development. Must observe and interact with a child ages 3-33 months of age. 18 ECE 2070 Supervision and Organization in ECE This course focuses on the supervision and organizational None structure of staff in early care and education programs. Topics will include recruitment and orientation of new staff, staff development, reflective supervision and the development of systematic observation of staff to inform continuous improvement.

5 18ECE2080 Preschool Student Teaching This course is a student teaching experience where students will work with preschoolers in an early childhood setting. This is the first of two preschool experiences in a classroom setting. This course focuses on student interaction skills with children and examines how she/he uses communication and effective guidance strategies to promote children's self esteem and prosocial behavior and managing an effective and positive learning environment. This course also requires students to observe children, plan, and implement curriculum that is both individually and developmentally appropriate. This course requires access to a preschool classroom, where 150 hours of in-class practice will be completed. In addition, videotaped documentation will be a reflective tool used in this course for students, mentors, and supervisors. Must complete 150 hours in a classroom with children ages 3-5. Must create materials and videotape interactions. 18ECE2085 Preschool Internship This course requires students to work with preschoolers in an early childhood setting. This is the second part of the preschool experience sequence. This course emphasizes development of interactive learning that stretches across curriculum areas. Students are expected to assume and manage the full range of teaching and care giving responsibilities for a group of preschool children. It is an expectation that students will produce a portfolio that represents a culmination of their teaching experiences throughout the degree program. This course requires access to a preschool classroom, where students complete 200 hours of in-class practice. In addition, videotaped documentation will be a reflective tool used in this course for students, mentors, and supervisors. Must complete 200 hours in a classroom with children ages 3-5. Must create materials and videotape interactions.

6 18ECE3015 Children's Literature in Early Care and Education This course focuses on the critical analysis of reading material for young children infants through age five. The course is designed to acquaint students with the great wealth of trade books, and literary materials which are available to support young children's reading development. Evidence-based practice using developmentally and culturally appropriate literature to support the development of early reading and writing is emphasized. A study of the literacy environment in the early childhood classroom is included. Students will need access to a childcare classroom that is not their own. Must observe a preschool classroom. 18ECE3014 Developmental Concerns and Family Partnerships Issues related to preschool and primary grade children (who are at risk, demonstrate developmental delays, are gifted/creative/talented or have identified disabilities) and their families including the identification/placement process, IEPs, instructional considerations, parents' rights and familycentered practices. Assessment is an important and ongoing responsibility of professionals who serve young children and their families. This course fosters an in-depth study of authentic assessment practices for children ages birth to five including identification of children with special needs. Use of data for curriculum planning and measurement of quality in early childhood programs is included. Students need access to one child between the ages of 3 and five who is not their own child. Must interview professional who serves children with disabilities. 18ECE3025 Assessment and Evaluation in Early Must have access to preschool child (not your own) for observation.

7 18ECE3030 Social Issues in Early In this course, students will investigate and analyze the problems and possibilities preschools and child care centers face in educating students from diverse backgrounds. The course is designed to assist pre-service and in-service infant, toddler and preschool teachers in working effectively with all children and families, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or exceptionality. This course studies the particular social issues and complexities that arise in early childhood settings. Topics to be addressed include, but are not limited to: superhero play, atypical gender play, cultural norms, and cultural and socioeconomic bias in classroom materials and pedagogical practices. None 18ECE ECE3040 Administration and Leadership in Early This course provides an overview of the principles and characteristics of leadership and administration in the early care and education profession. Students will explore the importance of leadership skills, center administration, and working with families. Students will need access to preschool children and a center for an observational interview and assessment. Play and Development This course focuses on the role of play in children's development from birth to five. Through observation of children the focus will be on the following: ways children learn through play, play theories, developmental stages of play with typical and atypically developing children, and the teacher's role in supporting children through their play. Students must have access to a child care center or a Family Day Care Home serving children ages three through five. Must have access to center for observation. Cannot be a center where you currently work. Must have access to children of toddler through preschool age for the purpose of observing children's play. 18ECE4025 Language Development in Young Children This course is an introduction to typical and atypical language development in young children, birth to age 5. Emphasis will be put on ethnic, linguistic, psychological, and cultural differences for language learning as well as the role of the teacher in supporting the development of language in young children. Must have access to children from toddler through adolescent age for observations.

8 18ECE4024 Learning Strategies for Inclusive Classrooms in Early Childhood This course is designed to develop student understanding and Must have access to an skill in supporting children with and without disabilities in inclusive early inclusive early childhood education environments. In childhood classroom for addition, the focus is on strategies and techniques to use obsrevation assignment. evidence-based practices to intervene with children who challenge program integrity. The course content is predicated on the belief that all children benefit from an environment that addresses individual learning needs. 18ECE4035 Collaboration and Case Management This course is designed to develop student understanding of and skill in working collaboratively with other professionals and agencies to provide services for young children. Special emphasis will be placed on collaboration with early intervention and early childhood education fields to create inclusive environments for children. Must participate in team project within the Blackboard Course Site. 18ECE4050 Responsive Environments for Infants and Toddlers This course explores the role of the environment in infant and toddler care settings. Course content will examine environmental design, emergent curriculum and implementation, and how the environment is responsive to the developmental needs of infants and toddlers. Students will need access to infant and toddler classrooms for this course. Must spend time in a child care center that has infants and toddlers. Must take picures of the environment (but not children). 18ECE4055 Infant and Toddler Practicum This course is a practicum experience where students will work with infants and toddlers in an early childhood setting. The course content examines infant and toddler caring practices that focus on respectful, responsive, and reciprocal interactions between infants and toddlers and early care professionals. This course also emphasizes student implementation of curriculum materials captured through videotape documentation that serves as a reflective tool for students and supervisors. Students will be required to spend 75 hours in an infant and toddler classroom. Must complete 12 hours per week in classroom with children ages 6 weeks to 15 months for first half of semester. Must complete 12 hours per week in classroom with children ages 18 months to 33 months.

9 18ECE4090 Reflections on Teaching in Early This capstone experience course is designed to provide an opportunity for pre-service and in-service teachers to reflect upon the historical foundations and the principles of developmentally appropriate practice in early childhood education and their own development as infant, toddler, or preschool teachers. This course serves as a reflection at the end of the teacher's undergraduate education and challenges the teacher to analyze her own teaching practices, values, and goals. This course explores the teacher's past development and future growth as a professional educator. None BOK: DC- Diversity and Culture TI - Technology and Innovation SS- Social Science HP - Historical Perspectives Updated 4/10/2013

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