Child and Family Services
School-Age Child Care
This course is designed to identify the developmental tasks of middle childhood (ages 6-12) and suggest ways that caregivers can help foster healthy growth and development. Emphasis will be on understanding the needs of the school-age child and methods by which they are met.
(A requirement that must be completed before taking this course.)
(A course to be taken in the same semester as this course.)
Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:
- Demonstrate how to meet the physical, language, social/emotional, and cognitive needs of the child in before and after care.
- Explain the developmental stages of middle childhood.
- Design a comfortable yet challenging environment for school-age children.
- Develop activities that support the children’s interests and skill levels.
- Create family communication tools.
- Evaluate a school age child care setting after observation.
- Summarize the Child Protection Law.
- Explain the requirements for mandated reporters of the child protection law.
- Construct developmentally appropriate curriculum for the school-aged child.
| ||115||140306||School Age Child Care|| ||3||Flynn-Hahn D||$25.00||11/31/0||Open||
| ||115||117870||School Age Child Care ||Hybrid||3||Malafouris E||$25.00||31/31/0||Open||
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