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EE 303 Intro to Early Childhood: Welcome

A foundational course for Early Childhood Education majors.

Welcome to the EE 303 guide!

This guide is intended to assist students in EE 303 Introduction to Early Childhood with research and citation. Click on the different tabs above to view resources and information related to Finding Articles, Web Resources, and Citation Help. For additional resources, see the Early Childhood Education subject guide.

Course Description: This foundational course includes an overview of the field of early childhood education and examines early childhood development, services for young children and their families, and appropriate practices for infants/toddlers/young children. Additional emphasis will be places on the study of societal changes, historical roots and current issues that impact young children and their families. 

Attributes for Working in Early Childhood Settings

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