Understanding and Promoting Development in the Preschool Years
This course explores the developmental milestones that children experience at 3, 4, and 5 years of age. The course will explore growth across all areas of development. The goal of the course is to provide early childhood educators with a basic understanding of child development so that they can create realistic expectations, appropriate learning environments, and engaging curriculum for all of the children in their care.
Georgia, Nevada, New York
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