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)...
- Instructor: Denyse Oswald-Finch
This course will introduce students to the knowledge, skills and values that provide a basis for generalist social work practice, from a dual perspective: First Nations and non-First Nations. The course will examine the various levels and settings of social work practice, including individual, family and community systems, and informal helping with particular emphasis on practice in rural communities. The course will assist students to evaluate their interests and capacities for entering the profession of social work. 2019/10/21-2019/10/26 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 09:00AM - 04:30PM, Room to be Announced
- Instructor: Jennifer Dustin
English 110 prepares students to write successful college essays. This course focuses on the writing process. Students will learn how to develop, organize, write, revise, document, and edit essays. 2019/10/04-2019/10/05 Lecture Friday, Saturday 08:30AM - 12:00PM, Room to be Announced (more)...
- Instructor: Ryan Reid
This course will assist Co-operative Education participants in developing workplace essential skills. The topics will include: time management, thinking, working with others, continuous learning, resumes, cover letters, and interview skills. In addition, the students will explore professionalism, practice job interview techniques and research job opportunities. They will become familiar with the expectations of NVIT and the employer while on a Co-op work-term. Students registered in diploma and degree programs can access the course during the Winter Academic Semester (1.5 hours per week) and/or Summer Session as a six-week concentration. In addition, this course may be offered as a one-week intensive for Trades such as the Professional Chef Level 1 program. Co-op Education credits/courses are extra-to-certificate, diploma or degree. 2019/10/07-2019/10/11 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 10:00AM - 02:30PM, Centre of Excellence in Sust, Room 202
- Instructor: Margaret Hohner