CFS 353 Childhood Guidance

Prerequisite: CFS 130 and GSTR 210; or permission of instructor

A study of the social development of young children focusing on theories of guidance, systematic guidance strategies, behavioral goals and outcomes, as well as a focus on developmentally appropriate learning goals, best practices applications, and problem-solving strategies in working with children in learning environments and family settings. A special emphasis will be on studying the current, scholarly literature related to childhood guidance. Ten hours of directed observations are required. Note: A Criminal Records Check, Child Abuse and Neglect (CAN) report, and T.B. Skin Screening or Test are required by law before completing the 10 hours of directed observation.


1 Course Credit