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ECPK 311 - Engagement and Management Strategies that Promote Socio-Emotional Growth, Birth-K

(1 credit)
Prerequisite: ECED 230; and ELED 120 or PSYC 224; and ECED 280; and SPED 218, which may be taken concurrently; and admission to Early Education and Care professional education program; and minimum overall and major GPA of 2.5; or consent of instructor
This is the second module in the three-credit course ECPK 323 Classroom Management and Emergent Social Studies Concepts, Birth-K. In this one-credit course, students will learn how to effectively support and maintain positive child-child interactions. They will learn to critically analyze both adult interactions with children and adult scaffolding of child-child interactions, recommend ways to improve relationships and interventions and justify their recommendations. Practicing a guidance approach to classroom management, they will learn to identify the goals for children’s problematic behaviors, draw upon a broad repertoire of intervention strategies to maintain positive classroom climate, and promote the continued socio-emotional growth of the children. Offered spring semester.