ECE 101 - Child Growth & Development - Antoinette Ricardo
|Course:||Child Growth & Development|
Hello and welcome to ECE 101! I look forward to our time together this summer and hope your experience in this class will insightful and positive. Please take the time to read the orientation letter. If you have any questions or need any type of clarification, feel free to ask.
Examines the major physical, psychosocial, and cognitive/language developmental milestones of children, both typical and atypical from conception through adolescence. Emphasizing interactions between maturational processes and environmental factors while studying developmental theory and investigative research methodologies. Field observation required (will be altered due to COVID-19). Formerly ECE 120.
What to Expect in this Course
This course is 3 units. Past students have shared how important time management is to success. To help you manage your time, please understand that this course requires a time commitment of approximately 30 hours per week. -9.6hours per week in class -19.2hours per week on assignments, homework, reading text, etc. (equivalent of 2 hours of out of class work per hour of class). Students will be required to complete a weekly module, composed of various assignments and readings/videos. Modules will open every Monday and close every Sunday at 11:59pm.
**This course is very content heavy and we will be moving at a relatively fast pace, 2 modules/week.We will be doing everything a regular 3 unit course does in 8 weeks; please keep that in mind.**
Types of Assessments
This course will include the following assignments: 1. Journals 2. Online Quizzes 3. Online Learning Activities 4. Online Discussion Boards 5. Pregnancy & Birth Interview 6. Adolescent Interview 7. Observation Project: 1, 2, & 3
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
The textbook for this course is available for FREE online. The book will be posted in its entirety in Canvas and individual chapters will be included in sections. If you want to purchase a print copy, it is available in black and white at the Bookstore. The book is an Open Educational Resource (OER) that I and two other COC ECE faculty authored. It was peer reviewed by several other COC ECE Faculty and was piloted with ECE 101 students in Spring 2019
Other Relevant Course Information
If you would like to add the class, please email me to see if there is any space available in the course. In addition, make sure you are on the course waiting list.I will assign add codes according to waitlist order.
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Last updated: 05/20/2021 Sub#: 10