Description: This course focuses on behavioral patterns and growth processes of young children through observations and supervised participation in the campus Child Development Center. The course emphasizes the principles of observing, interpreting, and guiding children's behavior. Topics include children's developmental, safety, and nutritional needs. The course fulfills the specialization requirements for the State of California Master Teacher Permit when taken with Child Development 161 and 162 or Child Development 161 and 188.
This course can help you earn the following degree(s) or certificate(s):