Environmental Design


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EAD610 - Environmental Design

This course will help students understand how we are profoundly affected by the built and natural environments around us. Students will examine environmental design concepts as they apply to the early childhood education field of practice. Students will be exposed to design principles and have the opportunity to assess various child and family services. Based on needs, students will have an opportunity to build an environmental design, selecting manufactured or natural objects, and state the conditions (physical, cultural, social, political, economic, technical, and aesthetic factors) that constitute the constructed and natural surroundings. The course combines work in class, research, visits to various child and family agency sites, and lectures by guest speakers.

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