2023 - 2024 MCPS High School Course Bulletin
EDU2011A/EDU2011B Child and Adolsecent Development 2A0.5 credit per semester
Students will learn to be reflective practitioners using research-based methods of teaching and working with children. Students will analyze data, interpret and apply educational theories, use technology as a teaching tool, and apply developmentally appropriate teaching practices in classroom and field experiences. They will demonstrate leadership skills in communication, critical thinking, and problem solving. As they assume increased responsibilities for program management, students will develop and implement age-appropriate learning experiences for preschoolers. Upon completion of 4880/4881 and all certification requirements, students will be eligible to apply for the 90 + 9 Clock Hours Certification.
Child and Adolescent Development 1 A/B; 4853 prerequisite for 4854; 4880 prerequisite for 4801
9 - 10 - 11 - 12
No repeats for credit
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