ECED 207 - Curriculum 3 Infants and Toddlers

This course is designed to facilitate and support the development of understanding and competencies for respectful, responsive, and reciprocal interactions with infants and toddlers through play and routine caregiving experiences and happenings.  


Credits:  3


Hours: 45 (Lecture Hours: 45)


HDEC 100, HDEC 101, HDEC 102, HDEC 103, HDEC 104, ECED 101, ECEC 100, ECED 109A, HDEC 121, and ECEC 201


Non-Course Prerequisites: 
Criminal Record Check Schedule B works with “children” or works with “children and vulnerable adults."  Admission to the Early Childhood Education and Care Diploma Program.


Pre- or Co-requisites:


Course Content:
- Educarers and the ethics of care
- Environments and play 
- Curriculum routines
- Revisiting the educator role and relationships


Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate an awareness and understanding of the foundations of infant/toddler education
- Describe and dramatize respectful, responsive, and reciprocal interactions
- Differentiate between activities and experiences and happenings appropriate for infants and toddlers                       - Describe and engage with quality and pedagogical environments, including material choices that enhance learning experiences in infant/toddler programs
- Plan, implement, and evaluate respectful, responsive, and reciprocal play and routine caregiving experiences for infants and toddlers
- Describe what constitutes quality in infant/toddler programs
- Work collaboratively with adults


Grading System:  Letter Grades


Passing Grade:  C (60%)


Text Books: Textbooks are subject to change.  Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.