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EDUCATION

EDUC&115

Introduces the foundation for explaining how children develop in all domains, conception through early adolescence. Explores various developmental theories, methods for documenting growth, and impact of brain development. Prerequisite: None.

Full
EDUC&115.OL Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Child Development

EDUC&115.OL 5 WEB Paduano, Caprice
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - SOC SCIENCE/BUSINESS ($12.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
These classes don?t have a set time to attend, as do virtual classes. Students can view video lectures whenever is convenient for them.
This course satisfies the Social Science course requirement for transfer degrees.
This course qualifies for the Specified Electives List requirement of some AA degrees.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:15 pm
4 Seats
EDUC&115.IBS Details
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Child Development

EDUC&115.IBS 5 WEB Paduano, Caprice & Wettstein, Christine
This is an I-BEST class and is open to all students. I-BEST classes have the same course content but are team taught by two teachers and have other embedded academic supports. To learn more about I-BEST, contact Angela Holley (aholley@spscc.edu)
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - SOC SCIENCE/BUSINESS ($12.00 per course)
This class is taught with other courses in the same space: 1726 (enrolled: 0), 1727 (enrolled: 1), 1728 (enrolled: 20), Cluster Limit: 25
Classes with this tag are part of the Early Childhood Education IBEST cohort and should be taken together.
This section may be merged in Canvas with other sections that are part of the same course cluster. For more information please call 596-5314.
These classes don?t have a set time to attend, as do virtual classes. Students can view video lectures whenever is convenient for them.
This course satisfies the Social Science course requirement for transfer degrees.
This course qualifies for the Specified Electives List requirement of some AA degrees.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:15 pm

EDUC&130

Examines the principles and theories promoting social competence in young children. Introduces creating safe learning environments, developing skills promoting effective interactions, providing positive individual guidance, and enhancing group experiences. Prerequisite: None.

12 Seats
EDUC&130.WOL Details
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Guiding Behavior

EDUC&130.WOL 3 WEB Minnich, Karen
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - SOC SCIENCE/BUSINESS ($12.00 per course)
This class has a different starting and/or ending date from the normal quarter dates: Begins: September 23rd, 2021 and Ends: December 2nd, 2021
These classes don?t have a set time to attend, as do virtual classes. Students can view video lectures whenever is convenient for them.
Washington Online (WAOL)
September 16, 2021, 8:15 pm

EDUC&150

Examines how teachers integrate into education programs the family and community contexts in which a child develops. Explores cultures and demographics of families, community resources, strategies for involving families in the education of their child, and tools for effective communication. Prerequisite: None.

15 Seats
EDUC&150.NHY Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Child/Family/Community

EDUC&150.NHY 3 020 0219 Th 6:30p - 7:50p Gauthier, Kathryn
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - SOC SCIENCE/BUSINESS ($12.00 per course)
These classes have planned times for attendance, which are indicated in the schedule. Depending on COVID-19 circumstances, real-time instruction will be either on online or on campus. The instructor will inform students of the arrangements prior to the start of the quarter.
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:15 pm
Waitlist (3)
EDUC&150.OL Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Child/Family/Community

EDUC&150.OL 3 WEB Gauthier, Kathryn
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - SOC SCIENCE/BUSINESS ($12.00 per course)
These classes don?t have a set time to attend, as do virtual classes. Students can view video lectures whenever is convenient for them.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:15 pm

EDUC&202

Introduces the history, philosophy, principles, issues, and trends in American education. Provides opportunities for observations of educational models and exploration for career paths. Requires 30 hours of supervised practicum. This course was formerly known as EDUC& 205, Introduction to Education w/Field Experience. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 098 and ENGL& 101.

7 Seats
EDUC&202.OL Details
Title Course Credits Location Days Times Instructor Additionally Meets In

Introduction to Education

EDUC&202.OL 5 WEB Paduano, Caprice
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - SOC SCIENCE/BUSINESS ($12.00 per course)$40.00 ONLINE FEE ($8.00 per credit)
These classes don?t have a set time to attend, as do virtual classes. Students can view video lectures whenever is convenient for them.
This course satisfies the Social Science course requirement for transfer degrees.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:15 pm

EDUC&204

Introduces recognition and identification of exceptionality in children from birth through high school. Explores policies and regulations concerning state and federal provisions of special education and related services, as well as adaptations for serving students with special needs in general education classrooms. Requires 10 hours of observation time outside of class hours. Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 098 or ENGL& 101.

13 Seats
EDUC&204.NHV Details
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Inclusive Education

EDUC&204.NHV 5 ARR W 6:00p - 8:20p Paduano, Caprice
There are additional Class Fees: $12.00 COURSE FEE - SOC SCIENCE/BUSINESS ($12.00 per course)
This is a Evening/Night Class
This class is at our Olympia Campus.
Virtual classes meet via an online meeting space on the days and times listed on the class schedule.
When full, you can sign up to 'wait' and if room becomes available, seats will be allocated to those waiting (in order of those also in the list).
September 16, 2021, 8:15 pm
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