ECE 221 Guiding Young Children

Practical approaches to guiding young children's behavior are based on a philosophy of problem solving that emphasizes children's abilities and needs. Techniques such as active listening, negotiation, I-messages, and similar limit-setting methods help children to accept responsibility and build their communication capacity. Solutions to conflicts in early childhood settings take a child-centered anti-bias approach based on building trust and respect for each child and his/her family's cultural background. Prerequisites: ECE 111 and ECE 112. Three lecture hours per week. 3 Credits Fall, Spring

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