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ED 332 Parent-School Relationships: 3 semester hours

Study of factors within the home setting which may influence a child's development and behavior with an emphasis on the importance of parent involvement in early childhood and elementary programs; a study of factors affecting parent-school interaction and the need for cooperative effort in encouraging and guiding the learning experiences of children with and without disabilities; examination of techniques for parent involvement and methods of working with home and community resources to enhance development of the child's potential. Required for the Teacher-Prekindergarten through Grade 3 including Special Education endorsement and for the Teacher - Prekindergarten endorsement. Includes a field experience. This course must be completed with a minimum grade of C (2.00). Prerequisites: PS 124, senior status or consent of instructor and cumulative GPA of 2.70. (Spring semester, senior year).