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CHLD 201: Child Development Practicum I

Prerequisites: CHLD 102, 105, 109, 202, 209. This course deals with the practical application of evidence-based practices based on early childhood education principles and theories. Students work with diverse young children and families in high-quality, culturally, linguistically, and ability diverse early childhood settings under the supervision of a site supervisor and a college course work supervisor. Six hours of lab work will be required each week.

CHLD 201 Syllabus (PDF)

Activities

Handouts

Various resources used within the course or assigned activities.

Discussion Questions (PDF)
Potential topics for discussion in an online discussion board or during classroom instruction.

Readings and Resources (PDF)
Current, evidence-based resources aligned with OSEP-mandated objectives based on knowledge, skills, and dispositions early childhood practitioners need to acquire to support the learning and development of children and families within inclusive settings.

Contact Us

Johnna Darragh-Ernst

Professor Early Childhood Education

1500 W Raab Road
Normal, IL 61761
Phone: 309-268-8746

Email: johnna.darragh@heartland.edu