Jan 22, 2021  
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EDU-1110 - Group Care of Infants and Toddlers* (3)


Co-requisite: RDG 0800  

Students learn the theory and practice of caring for infants and toddlers in a group setting. Information is aimed at prospective care givers in child care center programs caring for infants and toddlers. Topics include: the significance of the early years, care and protection of infants and toddlers in groups, socio-physical environment of group care setting, importance of care giver to infant development, and administrative aspects of infant-toddler programs. This course meets the Maryland requirements for infant/toddler teachers in licensed child care facilities.  Basic language skills are presumed, used and evaluated.  Students interested in taking the Departmental Exam must meet with the Early Childhood Program Coordinator prior to registering.  Students are responsible for having a current Federal and State criminal background check and a signed and notarized permission to examine records of abuse and neglect of children and adults as required by COMAR 13A.16 for this course on file with CSM and MSDE OCC. The additional cost for this process is the responsibility of the student.














































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