Child Dev for Ed. Interpreters (EIP-203)
This course is designed to provide educational Sign Language/English interpreting students with an overview and an understanding of the development of children from conception to adolescence, the interaction of physical, cognitive, emotional, linguistic, social and cultural factors within developmental stages and in addition, the students will have an understanding of the deaf and hard of hearing child from a developmental perspective. Students will compare the development of children without specialized needs with the development and issues facing children and families with specialized needs. Prerequisite: Approval of Coordinator of ASL-English Interpreting Program or EIPDC Coordinator. 3 lecture hours. 3 credit hours.