Child Studies 11

Mrs. Slauenwhite

Semester 1, 2007-08

 

 

Child Studies 11 is designed to help students explore the meaning and implications of responsible parenthood:  to help students acquire current information regarding reproduction, pregnancy and parenthood; to help students explore significant issues or early childhood and to help them apply the understanding of child development to the care and guidance of children.

 

The course is designed around Five Modules:

  1. Parenting and Family Relationships (Parenting in Canada, The Parenting Decision, Parenting and Family Relationships)
  2. Human Development (Human Reproduction, Prenatal Development, Labor and Delivery)
  3. Needs and Care of Infants and Children (Human Growth and Development, Nurturing/Caring for Infants, Nurturing and Caring for Children)
  4. Interacting with Infants and Children(Communication, Play)
  5. Community Connections that Support the Care and Welfare of Children (Diversity in Society, Career Development, Practicum, Global Connections)

 

Global Learning Outcomes:

  1. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of Parenting and Family Relationships
  2. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Human Development
  3. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the Needs & Care of Infants and Young Children
  4. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of Interacting with Infants and Young Children
  5. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of Community Connections that Support the Care and Welfare of Children

 

 

Evaluation

 

Assignments:                       60% (Daily =30%, Practicum =30%)

Test(s):                               20%

Project(s):                          20%