Communicate with children more effectively earlier in life
We usually offer our Sign Language in Early Childhood course during Spring Semester. However, I’m going to offer it this fall instead. This one-credit course gives child care providers, teachers, and parents the opportunity to communicate with children more effectively earlier in life.
Sign Language in Early Childhood will examine research, review benefits of signing with hearing infants, practice modeling signs, identify strategies for parental involvement with sign, and discover how to create learning opportunities in daily activities.
The course meets on campus ONLY: 9/5, 9/19, 10/3, 11/7, 11/21 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:25 p.m. in room 2–206 on the college’s Rosemount campus.
To register for this course, (if you are registering for 11 credits or fewer) go to https://www.dctc.edu/admissions/register-for-courses/register-undeclared/ ECYD 2715, Section 91, Course ID#000464, 1 credit. Cost $208 (including fees).
Did you know that the author of the text for this class was a past guest speaker on our blog? Click HERE. Looking to learn more about early childhood sign language before signing up? Visit this article. Contact: Dawn Braa, 651.423.8315, firstname.lastname@example.org
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