b"Child DevelopmentCredit(s): 3will be implemented during Practicum. (3,3,0) (CDT)This course provides knowledge of the creative arts and strategies forCDT 2233 - Guiding Social CDT 1113 - Early Childhooddeveloping and implementing creativeand Emotional Behavior Professionart experiences, both as a means of creative expression and as a part of integrated learning with children birthCredit(s): 3 Credit(s): 3to age eight. Experiences will be implemented during Practicum.This course provides knowledge of This course is an introduction to the(3,3,0)the typical behaviors of young profession of early childhood, types ofchildren at each stage of development, early childhood programs, andenvironmental influences affecting theories of child development.CDT 1343 - Child Health,their behavior, and the practice of Students are required to developSafety and Nutritionpositive guidance principles by adult observational skills through laboratorycaregivers. Resources include the experience. (3,2,2)Credit(s): 3Mississippi Department of Health Regulations Governing Licensure of CDT 1214 - Infant andThis course provides knowledge ofChildcare Facilities, Mississippi Early Toddler Developmentgeneral health, safety, and nutritionLearning Standards, the Infant practices in the care and education ofToddler Standards, Infant Toddler young children that includes healthEnvironmental Rating Scale Revised Credit(s): 4and safety issues required by the(ITERS-R), and Early Childhood Mississippi Department of HealthEnvironmental Rating Scale Revised This course provides knowledge(MDH) Regulations Governing(ECERS-R). Lab activities will be concerning the care and developmentLicensure of Childcare Facilities andimplemented during Practicum I and of infants and toddlers in earlyreferenced in the Infant ToddlerII. (3,3,0) childhood programs.Practice is givenEnvironmental Rating Scale Revised in infant and toddler caregiving (birth(ITERS-R) and Early ChildhoodCDT 2413 - Development of to 36 months) in group settingsEnvironmental Rating Scale Revised through classroom laboratory orthe Exceptional Child (ECERS-R). (3,3,0) collorative centers. (4,3,2) CDT 1713 - Language andCredit(s): 3 CDT 1224 - Preschool and Literacy Development forThis course provides knowledge of Primary DevelopmentYoung Childrenatypically developing children, family, and classroom intervention Credit(s): 4strategies and available support Credit(s): 3 services. Legal, ethical, legislative, This course provides knowledgeand family issues will be explored. concerning the care, development, andThis course provides knowledge of oral and written languageResources include Infant Toddler education of the preschool child inEnvironmental Rating Scale Revised group settings and school age childrendevelopment of young children and the strategies for the development and(ITERS-R), and Early Childhood in afterschool and summerEnvironmental Rating Scale Revised programming. Practice is given inimplementation of developmentally appropriate language and literacy(ECERS-R). (3,2,2) preschool children caregiving in group settings through classroomexperiences throughout the laboratory or collaborative centers.curriculum. The Mississippi EarlyCDT 2513 - Family Dynamics (ages 38) (4,3,2)Learning Standards, Infant Toddlerand Community Involvement Standards, Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale Revised CDT 1313 - Creative Arts for(ITERS-R), and Early ChildhoodCredit(s): 3 Young ChildrenEnvironmental Rating Scale Revised (ECERS-R) are utilized. ActivitiesThis course provides knowledge for establishing successful partnerships with children's families and 282"