Ellen Neff / 8/24/2015 - 12/17/2015
In this course, students examine how policies and curriculum mandates improve learning outcomes in Early Childhood Settings. Students will focus on the role of curriculum as a remediation tool or a tool to focus on children's competencies. Through a reflective approach, students will learn to evaluate and design a curriculum that coaches children to learn about learning and how to work with materials. Students will evaluate their own learning and their responsibility to reflect on the role of risk in a child's curriculum. Admission to the program is required. This course must be repeated for a total of 4 credits for the AAS degree and the AA degree. Corequisite: EARC 155.