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Fall seminars c

  1. 1. Child Development & Early Education Program Fall 2012- 1 Credit- Seminar Schedule (Face-to-Face format) All seminars meet 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 .mLansing Community College Sept 9 & 15--- CHDV 197--Exploring School Readiness (CRN 42619)  Examines the developmental process and domains related to what it means to be “ready” for school. Jean Garratt, Instructor Sept 22 & 29—CHDV 186—Child Self-Esteem/Positive Discipline (CRN 42617)  This course looks at children’s self esteem, what it is, where it comes from and how it can be fostered in both home and early childhood education settings. Kathy Kelly, Instructor Oct 6 & 10—CHDV 120--Curriculum: Phys Dev/Early Childhood (CRN 43157)  Examines curriculum and activities which enhance the development of physical and motor skills in early childhood programs and includes information on developmentally appropriate activities. Brenda Woods, Instructor Oct 20 & 27—CHDV 128—Partnerships in Infant/Toddler Care (CRN 43159)  Explores strategies for creating infant and toddler care and education environments that support partnerships with families, colleagues, and ancillary professionals as a means of supporting children’s development. Barbara Newby, Instructor Nov 3 &10—CHDV 181—Adult Communication/Early Child Program (CRN 43164)  Examines effective adult-adult communication (both staff-staff and staff-parent) in early childhood and care programs. Robin Willner, Instructor Dec 1 & 8—CHDV 189—Help Children Value Diversity (CRN 42442)  Explores how early education and care programs can promote diversity and encourage cultural competence through embracing similarities and differences LaVelle Gipson-Tansil, Instructor Online 8/23 -10/17—CHDV 197-Special Topics-Brain Development (CRN 43190)  Explore key findings of current research, how the brain develops and functions and windows of opportunity for learning Mary Fullmer, Instructor Sept 22 – Oct 20--CHDV 124—Curriculum: Math in Early Childhood (CRN 43158)  Examines curriculum which enhances the interest in, and development of, math skills, concepts and awareness in early childhood education and care programs Jean Garratt, Instructor (For more information on individual seminars see: http://www.lcc.edu/health/news/child/ Note: Seminars provide 15 hours of training toward Child Day Care Licensing training requirements and apply toward LCC Child Development & Early Education Degrees) To register online, visit LCC website at www.lcc.edu To register by phone, call 517-483-1205 For further information regarding Child Development & Early Education courses, call 517-483-1141

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