Brain Development and Learning: What Every Early Care and Education Professional Should Know
This course teaches child care providers the basic parts and developmental processes in the human brain, as well as teaching practices and strategies that young brains need in order to develop to their full potential.
Georgia, Kentucky, Nevada, New York
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Developing Leadership in Early Care and EducationRated 4.30909090909 out of 5Course ID: ADM109Course Hours: 3Course Level: Intermediate
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