BKED 325: Infant and Toddler Curriculum and Development (3) (F)
This course emphasizes the curriculum development and assessment from birth to kindergarten. The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the important frameworks for planning, implementing, and evaluating curriculum as it affects development and the various subject-matter disciplines. Significant details are placed on the methods and strategies that inform the development of meaningful and relevant curriculum. Students engage in in-depth studies of developmentally appropriate curriculum modes. The course also examines the influence of family and culture on curriculum and provides models of how to incorporate these and other variables into a well-rounded curriculum.
Prerequisite(s): Admission to Teacher Education; an approved application from the Office of Student Services. (All material must be complete and on file) Course must be taken concurrently with BKED 326.