ECE215N : Creativity and the Young Child

This course provides a study of the creative nature of the young child as it relates to the creative arts, math and science. Emphasis will be on an experiential application of developmentally appropriate, constructivist, play and process curriculum methods in early childhood curriculum for children ages three through eight years. The impact of the creative, exploratory approach on behavior guidance and classroom management will be included. This experiential course will provide the student with the opportunity to plan, create and implement activities, as well as to develop teaching strategies, technique and skills. This course requires a minimum of eight hours of fieldwork in an approved early childhood setting.


ECE101N, ECE102N, ECE104N.