New Faculty Guide Resource - Essentials of Early On

The Essentials for Early On Faculty Guide is intended to be used to support the curriculum within or across courses for those who are preparing pre-service professionals to work with infants and toddlers with delays or disabilities and their families.

This faculty guide corresponds with the Early On 101: Essentials of Early On Module. Both the faculty guide and the module provide participants with a basic understanding of Early On.

Activities are embedded in each chapter for this module in order to build upon the understanding of the content in the Early On 101 module.

A quiz is also available to use with students at the the end of this module. Email holmberg_k@ccresa.org for more information.

 

Thank you to our workgroup participants for sharing their input and expertise!

Workgroup participants included the following:

Theresa Jones, Central Michigan University

Courtney Venker, Michigan State University

Trisha Foster, Eastern Michigan University

Dawn Koger, Oakland Schools

Kelly Hurshe, Michigan Department of Education

Jorri Novak, EOT&TA

 

 

 

 


Files/Links:
Essentials for Early On Faculty Guide - Document
Author/Publisher: Kari Holmberg
EO 101 Faculty Guide 2019 Activity Handouts Page 1 - Document
Author/Publisher: Kari Holmberg
EO 101 Faculty Guide 2019 Activity Handouts Page 2 - Document
Author/Publisher: Kari Holmberg
EO 101 Faculty Guide 2019 Activity Handouts Page 3 - Document
Author/Publisher: Kari Holmberg
EO 101 Faculty Guide 2019 Activity Handouts Page 4 - Document
Author/Publisher: Kari Holmberg
EO 101 Faculty Guide 2019 Activity Handouts Page 5 - Document
Author/Publisher: Kari Holmberg
EO 101 Faculty Guide 2019 Activity Handouts Page 6 - Document
Author/Publisher: Kari Holmberg
Topics at a Glance for Faculty Guide - Document
Author/Publisher: Kari Holmberg
May 11, 2020

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