ED120 Infant/Toddler Curriculum ONLINE (Fisher College)

May 13, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 9:00 am America/New York Timezone

Course Description: This course presents a developmentally appropriate curriculum framework for the cognitive/language, physical, and social-emotional development of infants and toddlers. Children’s interactions with their environment through exploration, problem-solving, and discovery will be stressed. The role of the adult in creating a safe physical and psychological learning environment with stimulating materials will be studied. Presentations, projects, and observations will provide first-hand experience.

This is a fully online course which is completed in Blackboard. Prior to May 13th you will receive a username/password for Blackboard, and once the course begins, you will have access to the syllabus, announcements, assignments, tests/quizzes, etc. There will be a weekly module/folder for each week of the course which indicates what is due that week. There are no specific times you have to log in to do the work, except for 4 scheduled, live, 1-hour Collaborate sessions. If you are unable to attend the live session, you can watch the recording and write a summary for full credit.

Course Schedule: This course begins Monday 5/13 and ends Friday 7/6/19
Instructor: Cheryl Hovey

This course meets category 7, Infant and Toddler Development, Care, and Program Planning, requirements for EEC Certifications. If you have questions or are looking for support to develop an Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP) please contact us at epsregion6@bostonabcd.org.

Applications for this course closed Monday 5/6 at 11:59pm. You will be notified if you have been accepted or placed on the waitlist by 5pm on Tuesday 5/7.

All applicants for college courses through EPS Region 6 must submit an Individual Professional Development Plan (IPDP). You can complete this online at https://region6eps.bostonabcd.org/ipdp/ OR email a copy of your IPDP to epsregion6@bostonabcd.org.
Please note, applications do not guarantee a spot in the course.