CD 090 SYLLABUS Spring 2008

CD 090 SYLLABUS - TUFTS UNIVERSITY ELIOT-PEARSON DEPARTMENT OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT CD090 THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD Spring 2008 Course Description This

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TUFTS UNIVERSITY ELIOT-PEARSON DEPARTMENT OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT CD090: THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD Dr. Janet Zeller x73412 x72572 Spring 2008 Tisch Library Media Center 316 Course Description This course is designed to examine the range of moderate to severe disabilities experienced by young children, and to explore the effects of these special needs on the child’s development and on families, peers, institutions (i.e., schools, government) and the surrounding culture. While we will study a number of disabilities, there will be special focus on d/Deafness and Down Syndrome. Students will have the opportunity to closely observe children with special needs at Tufts Educational Day Care Center and the Eliot-Pearson Children’s School. The relationships between knowledge, attitudes and behavior are a cornerstone of CD090. Course Outline : Check Your Bibliography For Full Citations On All Readings 1. Weeks of January 17, 24 and 31 : INTRODUCTION Keeping our eyes on the WHOLE child Who are the young children with special needs, both historically and legally
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course CHILD DEVE cd90 taught by Professor Janetzeller during the Spring '08 term at Tufts.

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CD 090 SYLLABUS - TUFTS UNIVERSITY ELIOT-PEARSON DEPARTMENT OF CHILD DEVELOPMENT CD090 THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD Spring 2008 Course Description This

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