EDUC 314 - Preschool/ Kindergarten Curriculum Development and Field Study
Credit Hours: 4
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 1
This course will provide 21st century Birth-Kindergarten teacher candidates with the content knowledge needed to work with typical and atypical children. The student candidates will learn theoretical frames in early childhood education that allow them to adapt environments that meet the needs of all children, develop an integrated approach to curriculum development, foster parent involvement, and develop a global sense in the early childhood field. The 60 hour field study offers needed hands on experience in preschool and kindergarten settings. Students are required to develop an inquiry-based integrated lesson plan set and inquiry-based integrated unity plan. This is a four credit hour course with three hours of lecture and one hour of field observations.
Prerequisite: EDUC 303 and EDUC 308 and EDUC 350 and Admission to Teacher Education
Corequisite: EDUC 309
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