Adapting Early Childhood Settings invites participants to consider historical and cultural perspectives on atypical and typical development and its relationship to inclusion in the past and present. It uses theory and personal experience to explore connections between observation, diagnosis, assessment, and the planning and adaptation of inclusive early childhood programs. It includes an exploration of systems and structures that support and/or hinder children, parents, families and service providers in terms of development, functioning, and relations in early childhood settings.
Minimum Credits: 4 Length: 60 hours Prerequisites: Minimum 65% in either English Studies 12, English First Peoples 12, ENGL 090, or equivalent. Child, Youth and Family Studies Program: Early Childhood Education Specialty Certificate or a Certificate in Early Childhood Education from another accredited institution. Delivery Method: Online Cost: $488.23 Course Outline: https://sps.cotr.bc.ca/Outlines/Course Outlines/ECED250.pdf