Days with Toddlers: Curriculum Planning for Ages 12–36 Months

10 Clock Hours / 1.0 CEUs / $50.00

Course Description:

This course applies to toddlers.

Learn the nature of a developmentally appropriate curriculum for toddlers, your role in toddlers’ learning, and the importance of the indoor and outdoor learning space in a toddler curriculum. Learn how to use curriculum planning to help toddlers reach physical, cognitive, language, and social–emotional milestones of development; provide positive guidance through tantrums and challenging behaviors, including biting; support toddlers through transitions; encourage development of toddlers’ self-help skills and support toilet learning.

Learning outcomes:

After completing this course, you will be able to identify components of a developmentally appropriate curriculum for toddlers’ learning and development; describe your role and the role of the learning space arrangement in toddlers’ learning; describe ways to help toddlers reach physical development milestones by strengthening their gross and fine motor skills; describe ways to support cognitive and language skills development in toddlers; describe how curriculum and positive guidance can support the development of social–emotional skills in toddlers; identify ways to support toddlers with transitions; and explain how a toddler curriculum can promote the development of self-care skills.


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Days with Toddlers: Curriculum Planning for Ages 12–36 Months
Online Course
Course ID:
DWT-23RL9
Clock hours:
10
IACET CEUs:
1.0
Tuition:
$50.00
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Days with Toddlers: Curriculum Planning for Ages 12–36 Months
CourseBook
Course ID:
DWT-13R9
Clock hours:
10
IACET CEUs:
1.0
Tuition:
$50.00
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Topics Covered in Days with Toddlers: Curriculum Planning for Ages 12-36 Months:

  • The nature and purpose of a developmentally appropriate toddler curriculum
  • Toddlers’ milestones of physical, cognitive, language, and social–emotional development
  • Your role in toddlers' learning
  • The role of indoor and outdoor learning space in a toddler curriculum
  • Curriculum strategies for supporting the development of toddlers' gross and fine motor, cognitive, language, and social-emotional skills
  • Strategies to prevent and respond to biting
  • How to support toddlers through transitions
  • Developing a toddler curriculum that strengthens toddlers’ self-care skills

Prerequisites: Must be able to fluently read and write English.

Instructional methodology: Read written material, view videos, listen to audio segments.

Assessment methods: Multiple choice quiz and written assignments.


Completion deadline: This training expires 12 months from the date of purchase. Courses must be successfully completed by their expiration date in order for the student to receive a certificate.
 
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