Human Development

  • Prerequisite: Child Development
    Course number: F405201
    Course Length: 1 semester/quarter
    Course Description:
    Through the study of child care assistant, students will demonstrate understanding of a variety of career clusters, attributes, aptitudes, and attitudes. They will explore how personal attitudes and behaviors affect the workplace and the need for child development experts in the community.  Students will be responsible for observing, planning, and supervising learning activities for children.
     
    Prerequisite: None
    Course Number: F405111
    Course Length: 1 semester/quarter/tri
    Course Description:
    In the Child Development course, students will develop knowledge and understanding in guiding the growth and development of children ages 0-6. Students will be able to create a variety of hands-on experiments that will enhance student interest and will enforce key concepts. As part of the course students will be introduced to child-related careers, training, and education needed for the career and the outlook for the career in the future.

    Completion of this course in conjunction with Child Development Careers, with a grades of B or better will earn the student three post-secondary credits.

    Prerequisite: Child Development (highly suggested)
    Course Number: F405151
    Course Length: 1 semester/quarter/tri
    Course Description:
    Through the study of child development careers, students will demonstrate knowledge, skills, and practices required for careers in early childhood education. Students will be responsible for observing, planning, and supervised learning activities for children.
     
    Prerequisite: Pregnant or Parenting Teen
    Course Number: F406501
    Course Length: 1 semester/quarter/tri
    Course Description:
    Students will learn and apply effective communication skills in personal, family, community,and/or work situations. This class will provide information to promote physical and emotional wellness in both parent and infant, an understanding of child and adolescent development, and family dynamics contributing to sound parenting skills and personal development, including career employment preparation. Students will interact with and receive support from peers and

    helping professionals in the school and community.