Edec 326: Socio-Emotional Competencies
This course involves the study of the social and emotional skills and development of young children with regards to biological and ecological influences. It includes theory and research related to social and emotional development, including emotional regulation, moral development, gender and identity formation. The course incorporates an ecological approach to significant influences on self-esteem and self- concept including diversity, family, creativity, and individual differences. Also included is an analysis of play theory and research. The course aligns with the Mississippi Early Learning standards, the NAEYC and InTASC standards. Study of typical and atypical development will be included.
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