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Child Development 180 - Nutrition, Health and Safety for Children

This course is a survey of the nutritional, health, and safety needs of children from infant/toddlers through preschool age.  Topics include, but are not limited to, the planning and execution of environments and activities that promote safety, balanced diet, and overall health for children. Students also learn the fundamentals of pediatric first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). This course meets the Title XXII, fifteen hour, Health and Safety Training requirement, including signs and symptoms of child abuse. This course is intended for students majoring in child development and practicing child development professionals.

 

Assignment

Assignment for Article review for CHIL 180

 For this assignment you will research and review one article relating to the topics of Factors Which Influence Children's Health and Well-Being or Childhood Nutrition.   You will write a 1-2 page review of the article, giving a summary of the article and detailing what you agreed/disagreed with and what you learned from the article.  Please identify at least one new fact you learned from this article.   Please review the rubric attached to assignment submittal page.

 

Group Assignment – Theorist Presentation

For this Group Presentation, students will work on small groups ( 2-3 members).  First the group will select and identity the theorist which will be focused on.  The purpose of the presentation is to inspire further exploration, reflection and understanding of the major developmental theorists.  The group will present an overview of the theorist, provide examples and application for each stage of development; birth- 2 years, early childhood, middle childhood and adolescence. Discussion of the overall contributions of this theorist to our understanding of human development should be included.  The presentation can include visuals, power point, interactive activities.  The presentation should be approximately 10 - 15 minutes in length.     


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