Children’s Health, Safety and Nutrition

ECE 415


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Orientation and Syllabus Information

Week 1 Assignment

WEEK 1 Assignment–Chapter 1: Children’s Well-Being: What It Is and How to Achieve It

  • Take the Orientation Quiz
  • Submit D2L Orientation- Certificate of Completion to Dropbox
  • READ Chapter 1.
  • VIEW Lecture: Children’s Well-Being
  • VIEW Video: Rap- H1N1 Infection Prevention
  • ACTIVITY: Find a current article having to do with childhood concerns in the Sacramento Area.
    • Use the Article Review Form to organize your thoughts. Write your review as an essay.
    • (Please do not include the questions from the handout.)
    • Turn-in your article review using the DropBox link.
  • DISCUSSION BOARD:
    • Topic 1-Childhood Concerns in the Sacramento Area.
    • Topic 2-Introduction
    • Topic 3-Case Study of Jose.
  • REVIEW Chapter 1
    • Chapter 1 Study Guide
    • Chapter 1 Quiz

Safetyville is a Service Learning and Extra Credit Option for this class.

Service Learning and Extra Credit Option for Health, Safety and Nutrition

Volunteer at Safetyville, USA
Commitments must be made at the beginning of the semester. No Exceptions.
For more information about this opportunity, send your Volunteer Form to:

Mark A. Shelton
Volunteer & Tour Coordinator
916-438-3380
3909 Bradshaw Rd.
Sacramento, CA 95827
mark@safetycenter.org

Service Learning Program
Pam Flaherty
Coordinator
916-650-2940
Office Location: RHS 282
Sacramento City College


FACE-TO-FACE COURSE: (Web-enhanced)

We will meet TuTh 10:30am- 11:50am Child Development Center- Room #208, full term.

ONLINE COURSE:

Mandatory orientation: Click on the ORIENTATIONS link for meeting date and time.
Be sure to read the course syllabus and complete the D2L Free Sample Class prior to our orientation.

In addition to the course orientation students will complete the reading, assignments, activities, exams, and participate online using Desire-2-Learn (D2L).