Northern Essex Community College FY17 Courses
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Learning Environments for Infants and ToddlersThis course is part of the Emerging Leaders in ECE collaboration between North Shore, Northern Essex and Middlesex Community Colleges. Admission to this course is restricted to participants in the Emerging Leaders program. See details at www.northshore.edu/r3p. The focus of this course is on the unique requirements of caring for infants and toddlers in group settings. Students will examine the criteria as advocated by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Course content explores quality care for this age group, outlines growth and development for infants and toddlers, and helps participants develop concrete curriculum activities. Other topics addressed are appropriate equipment, safety issues, observation techniques and behavior management approaches. This course aligns with QRIS Standard #2 Safe, Healthy Indoor and Outdoor Environments.39/7-10/26N/A
Northern Essex Community College
100 Elliot Street
Haverhill1830
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Math and Science in Early Childhood CurriculumThis course is part of the Emerging Leaders in ECE collaboration between North Shore, Northern Essex and Middlesex Community Colleges. Admission to this course is restricted to participants in the Emerging Leaders program. See details at www.northshore.edu/r3p. This course is designed to introduce the content and methods of teaching math and science in early childhood. Students will develop skills in planning and presenting curriculum in these content areas. Emphasis will be placed on establishing a learning environment which encourages problem solving and the mastery of basic skills through concrete activities and manipulative materials. Student will also explore an integrated approach to curriculum by connecting math and science concepts to other areas of knowledge. This course aligns with QRIS Standard #1, Curriculum and Learning.31/18-3/8N/A
Northern Essex Community College
100 Elliot Street
Haverhill1830
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Math and Science in Early Childhood CurriculumThis course is designed to introduce the content and methods of teaching math and science in early childhood. Students will develop skills in planning and presenting curriculum in these content areas. Emphasis will be placed on establishing a learning environment which encourages problem solving and the mastery of basic skills through concrete activities and manipulative materials. Student will also explore an integrated approach to curriculum by connecting math and science concepts to other areas of knowledge. This course aligns with QRIS Standard #1, Curriculum and Learning.33/20-5/15
This hybrid class will offer an optional orientation session the first week of the semester, followed by three weeks of online work, then one full day of activities and presentations on Sat. April 8. Three additional weeks of online coursework follow, with another full day of activities and presenations on Saturday April 29th. Students will then have a week to complete the final project for the course and an exam online.
Northern Essex Community College
45 Franklin St*Lawrence1840
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FULL-Expressive Learning in Early Childhood Curriculum
This course explores the role of creative expression as a learning tool in the social, emotional and cognitive development of the young child. Students will gain an understanding of how to plan and implement activities that integrate the arts of music, movement, poetry, and dramatic play into the early childhood curriculum. A variety of materials and resources will be explored to reflect a multicultural teaching approach and diversity of young learners in a classroom.  This course aligns with QRIS Standard #1, Curriculum and Learning.31/3-1/31
Northern Essex Community College
45 Franklin St*Lawrence1840
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Child Growth and DevelopmentThis is an introductory course designed for those currently working with young children. Students will study the process of child growth and development from the prenatal period through early childhood and also the societal context in which it occurs. Readings, discussions and assignments will focus on the practical applications of developmental theories as well as the uniqueness of rates and patterns of growth with implications for guidance of children in the home, school and peer group contexts. This course meets the Child Growth and Development requirements for EEC Teacher Certification. This course aligns with QRIS Standard #1, Curriculum and Learning.35/16-6/27
Northern Essex Community College
45 Franklin StLawrence1840
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