Theoretical Reflections of The virtual Child Essay

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Course Outline School: Community and Health Studies Department: Community Studies Program: Early Childhood Education Course Title: Preschool, School-Age, Specialized Field Practicum Course Code: ECEP 245 Total Course Hours: 208 Prerequisites/Co-requisites: All first semester courses ECEP 135 or ECEP 235 Eligible for Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition: Yes Originated by: Pauline Camuti, Erin Wallace, Date: June 2010 Effective Semester: Fall 2010 Approved by: ________________________________________ Chairperson/Dean Students are expected to know the contents of the course outline and to discuss with the professor any areas where clarification is…show more content…
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