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PARENT COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL
FLPC 135
1 - 3 Credits
11 hours of lecture - 44 hours of lab
Preschool experiences for children. Practice in parenting skills. Parents serve as aides to the teacher in the classroom 4-5 times a quarter, work on committees, and attend monthly meetings. Children 2 1/2 - 6 participate in 2 1/2 hour classes. Contact department before enrolling, 992-2393. Credit varies with amount of parent participation.
PARENT COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL
FLPC 136
1 - 3 Credits
11 hours of lecture - 44 hours of lab
Preschool experiences for children. Practice in parenting skills. Parents serve as aides to the teacher in the classroom 4-5 times a quarter, work on committees, and attend monthly meetings. Children 2 1/2 - 6 participate in 2 1/2 hour classes. Contact department before enrolling, 992-2393. Credit varies with amount of parent participation.
PARENT COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL
FLPC 137
1 - 3 Credits
11 hours of lecture - 44 hours of lab
Preschool experiences for children. Practice in parenting skills. Parents serve as aides to the teacher in the classroom 4-5 times a quarter, work on committees, and attend monthly meetings. Children 2 1/2 - 6 participate in 2 1/2 hour classes. Contact department before enrolling, 992-2393. Credit varies with amount of parent participation.
EARLY INTERVENTION PARENT/CHILD PARTICIPATION
FLPC 141
1 Credits
6 hours of lecture - 11 hours of lab
A participation class for parents/caregivers of children with developmental delays, ages birth to 36 months. This is a class designed to support parents/caregivers to meet the needs of their child through play and caretaking activities in the child's natural environment. Parents participate in the evaluation of their child's abilities and challenges and have learning opportunities through group meetings with other families receiving early intervention services as well as the activities in the overall Child and Family Studies program. This course is designed to provide learning opportunities in areas including child and family development, guidance techniques, developing appropriate expectations, health as well as specific information related to their child's needs.
EARLY INTERVENTION PARENT/CHILD PARTICIPATION
FLPC 142
1 Credits
6 hours of lecture - 11 hours of lab
A participation class for parents/caregivers of children with developmental delays, ages birth to 36 months. This is a class designed to support parents/caregivers to meet the needs of their child through play and caretaking activities in the child's natural environment. Parents participate in the evaluation of their child's abilities and challenges and have learning opportunities through group meetings with other families receiving early intervention services as well as the activities in the overall Child and Family Studies program. This course is designed to provide learning opportunities in areas including child and family development, guidance techniques, developing appropriate expectations, health as well as specific information related to their child's needs.
EARLY INTERVENTION PARENT/CHILD PARTICIPATION
FLPC 143
1 Credits
6 hours of lecture - 11 hours of lab
A participation class for parents/caregivers of children with developmental delays, ages birth to 36 months. This is a class designed to support parents/caregivers to meet the needs of their child through play and caretaking activities in the child's natural environment. Parents participate in the evaluation of their child's abilities and challenges and have learning opportunities through group meetings with other families receiving early intervention services as well as the activities in the overall Child and Family Studies program. This course is designed to provide learning opportunities in areas including child and family development, guidance techniques, developing appropriate expectations, health as well as specific information related to their child's needs.
EARLY INTERVENTION PARENT/CHILD PARTICIPATION
FLPC 144
1 Credits
6 hours of lecture - 11 hours of lab
A participation class for parents/caregivers of children with developmental delays, ages birth to 36 months. This is a class designed to support parents/caregivers to meet the needs of their child through play and caretaking activities in the child's natural environment. Parents participate in the evaluation of their child's abilities and challenges and have learning opportunities through group meetings with other families receiving early intervention services as well as the activities in the overall Child and Family Studies program. This course is designed to provide learning opportunities in areas including child and family development, guidance techniques, developing appropriate expectations, health as well as specific information related to their child's needs.
PRINCIPLES OF CHILD GUIDANCE
FLPC 268
2 Credits
22 hours of lecture
Effecting family relationships through principles of child management. Theory and practical applications, lecture-demonstrations of family counseling techniques. Parent and child groups.