Child Development I
Katherine Scharff, Jane Swain, Michelle Prindle
June 22 – 26, 2020 8am – 5:30pm
The first three years of life are a special period of human development, often overlooked and misunderstood in a culture and time that place great emphasis on achievement and moving ahead. This course is designed especially for parent-child class teachers, childcare providers, and early childhood teachers. We will explore the profound human capacities and the sensitive processes that blossom forth in this time and will learn how best to support the developmental process of very young children.
We begin by examining the child’s development from the perspective of spirit, physical growth, and emotional life through the study of gross and fine motor movement, reflexes, and sensory development in the young child.
The course will consist of hands on, lecture with discussion and artistic experiences.
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