In the AECE 136 - Observing & Recording Behavior course students will become aware of how proficient observation skills reveal a range of behaviors in two to five year old children that is relevant to changes in their growth and development. By becoming competent in the method of observing and recording, students will become aware of how young children respond to adults, peers, and to an early childhood development environment. This course is designed to focus on six aspects of child development: emotional, social, physical, cognitive, language, and creative. Students will become knowledgeable and skilled in the areas of observing and recording children's behaviors. This course has been designed using both an Aboriginal and non-aboriginal perspective of early child development. 2017/05/11-2017/05/12 Lecture Thursday, Friday 09:00AM - 12:15PM, Room to be Announced (more)...
An introduction to and analysis of major social policies and programs in Canada. Emphasis will be given to policies in income security, corrections, health, family and children, and housing and will include an examination of the role of the social worker in formulating policy. 2018/01/03-2018/04/11 Lecture Wednesday 09:00AM - 12:00PM, Burnaby Main Building, Room 104