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Child Development/Tutoring A 4461
Do you enjoy working with children? In this course, students will have an opportunity to gain an understanding of child development through a combination of classroom curriculum and tutoring experience. Students will understand child development theories in physical, emotional and cognitive growth, as well as health, safety, and nutritional issues. Students will learn to develop positive interpersonal skills by working one-on-one in a tutoring capacity with a young child (some options are child care centers, preschools and elementary schools). Regular attendance and participation in the tutoring sessions is expected.

This course is designed for students interested in pursuing a future career in education. Students gain an appreciation for appropriate developmental stages of children and explore potential careers in the educational field. Key curriculum focus areas will include:
• Learning styles
• Types of intelligence
• Basic instructional theory and methods
• Introduction to classroom management
• Classroom climate
• Introduction to curriculum components, i.e., essential learnings/core competencies, content, assessment, materials. Students work in an educational lab site; one-on-one, tutoring, and in small group instruction. Instructional activities include observations.

This course is aligned with Clark College (ECED 107, ECED 120)so students can earn up to 7 college credits if they get a B or better in the course, and 12 college credits if they take the full year of Child Development.

An ECE Initial Certificate, a Washington State requirement for professionals working in child care fields, may also be earned upon completion of a full year of Child Development with a B or better.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 9-12
Child Development/Tutoring B 4462
Do you enjoy working with children? In this course, students will have an opportunity to gain an understanding of child development through a combination of classroom curriculum and tutoring experience. Students will understand child development theories in physical, emotional and cognitive growth, as well as health, safety, and nutritional issues. Students will learn to develop positive interpersonal skills by working one-on-one in a tutoring capacity with a young child (some options are child care centers, preschools and elementary schools). Regular attendance and participation in the tutoring sessions is expected.

This course is designed for students interested in pursuing a future career in education. Students gain an appreciation for appropriate developmental stages of children and explore potential careers in the educational field. Key curriculum focus areas will include:
• Learning styles
• Types of intelligence
• Basic instructional theory and methods
• Introduction to classroom management
• Classroom climate
• Introduction to curriculum components, i.e., essential learnings/core competencies, content, assessment, materials. Students work in an educational lab site; one-on-one, tutoring, and in small group instruction. Instructional activities include observations.

This course is aligned with Clark College (ECED 107, ECED 120)so students can earn up to 7 college credits if they get a B or better in the course, and 12 college credits if they take the full year of Child Development.

An ECE Initial Certificate, a Washington State requirement for professionals working in child care fields, may also be earned upon completion of a full year of Child Development with a B or better.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 9-12
Creative Cooking 4501
Your guide to maintaining optimal personal wellness and nutrition starts here. This course will help you establish lifelong eating habits that will put you on the road to a healthier you! Learn to select and prepare quick and healthy foods as well as evaluate factors that affect food safety. Students will also learn about the impact of technology and science in the food industry.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 9-12
Food & Fitness A 4511
Like to eat? Learn to cook! This course combines the activity of a PE class with basic cooking skills and knowledge of nutrition and wellness. The activities and curriculum focus on a healthy lifestyle and personal wellness. Topics include food safety and students will pass the Washington state food handler's test. Students also develop a personalized fitness plan and complete a diet analysis project. Students are expected to participate and dress down for fitness activities.

This course is a 2-for-1 course that meets two graduation requirements, PE and CTE (although students only earn credit in one area).
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 10-12
Food & Fitness B 4512
Like to eat? Learn to cook! This course combines the activity of a PE class with basic cooking skills and knowledge of nutrition and wellness. The activities and curriculum focus on a healthy lifestyle and personal wellness. Topics include food safety and students will pass the Washington state food handler's test. Students also develop a personalized fitness plan and complete a diet analysis project. Students are expected to participate and dress down for fitness activities.

This course is a 2-for-1 course that meets two graduation requirements, PE and CTE (although students only earn credit in one area).
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 10-12
Health Wellness 6251V
This course focuses on the importance of good health. Students discuss information based on the physical, social, and emotional aspects of health. Topics include wellness, life skills, personal health, CPR/AED training, effects of chemical involvement and dependency, human sexuality, parenting, personal safety, nutrition, and community health. Information about HIV, STDs, AIDS and its prevention will also be presented. Completion of service learning hours is also required. Note: Students will be excused from sexual health education/HIV/AIDS instruction at parent request.
CREDIT: 0.5TYPE: StandardGRADE: 9-12