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High School Child Development Online Course

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Class Length
1 Semester
# of credits
.5
Cost
Free
Prerequisites
None
This class is a
Prerequisite for:
None
Baby Playing with Toys for Study in Online High School Child Development ClassTake high school Child Development online and earn 0.5 elective credits toward your high school diploma. It's free for Wisconsin students.

Child Development

Description:

The course is a study of the principles of child growth and development from conception though adolescence. The focus of the course is on meeting children's physical, social, emotional and cognitive needs in their homes and classrooms. Students apply their learning in various educational settings.

This course is essential for students with goals to be a parent, k-12 educator, child psychologist, pediatrician, family practitioner, social worker, child care provider, and family and human service careers. This course meets the Wisconsin state mandate for Shaken Baby Syndrome.

Learning Targets:

Target 1- Analyze the hereditary and environmental factors impacting the health, safety and development of the growing child, including Shaken Baby Syndrome (Wisconsin state mandated.)

Target 2- Integrate the knowledge of physical, emotional, social and intellectual development in relation to the needs of the growing child.

Target 3- Analyze education, skills, interests and experience needed for a career in the Human Services or Education & Training Career Cluster.

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How To Enroll In Online Child Development

IN WISCONSIN
Our Child Development online course is FREE for Wisconsin residents under 21.
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OUTSIDE WISCONSIN
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