ECAE 3001 Parents as Teachers during the Early Years
3 hours; 3 credits
Parenting as a supportive and educative process; needs of parents with young children with and without special needs from pregnancy through second grade; explore how parental attitudes, culture, immigration, racial/ethnic diversity relate to children's development and learning, with a focus on low-income urban communities. The home and family as an educational environment; parent involvement at home and in early intervention programs, early childhood centers and school settings.
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