CFS 313 Infancy and Early Childhood

Prerequisite: CFS 130 and GSTR 210 or permission of instructor

An intensive study of growth and development from conception through early childhood. Stress is placed on a critical study of the physical, social, emotional, cognitive-perceptual, and moral-conscious aspects of development. Such topics as individual differences, social and family diversity, play and developmentally appropriate learning activities, assessment and data collection, working with parents, interdisciplinary service delivery models, and intervention resources and strategies for working with individuals and families are examined in view of normative and non-normative development in prenatal life, infancy, and early childhood.


1 Course Credit