Growth and Development Infancy to School Age


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Course Overview


Growth and Development Infancy to School Age

Asynchronous (Self Pace)
Core Competency:
Physical and Intellectual Development
Credit Hours:
2 clock hour


Learning Outcome
During this training, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of physical development in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, enhancing their ability to provide effective care, promote optimal physical development, and ensure the well-being of the children under their supervision. Learning objectives include the following:

  1. Understand the importance of physical development in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers and its impact on their overall well-being and growth.
  2. Identify the key physical development milestones and motor skills children typically achieve during the early childhood years.
  3. Explore strategies and activities that support and stimulate physical development, including gross motor skills and fine motor skills.
  4. Recognize the role of sensory-perceptual skills in physical development and their significance in enhancing a child’s understanding and interaction with the environment.
  5. Understand the importance of promoting health and well-being in young children’s physical development and identify strategies and practices that contribute to their overall well-being.
  6. Develop inclusive practices and strategies for supporting children with special needs in their physical development.
It is recommended that participants take notes as they go through the course content. Materials needed include:

  • Writing Paper
  • A pen or pencil
There is no prerequisite for this training course.
  • While tablets, smartphones and other mobile devices may allow for some completion of coursework, they are not guaranteed to work in all areas. Please ensure you have access to a desktop or laptop to complete coursework.
  • Must have internet connection. High speed broadband access (LAN, Cable or DSL) is highly recommended for the optimal learning experience.
  • A graphical browser is required, such as, Chrome, Firefox, etc.
  • Participants must have an E-mail account that is accessible because after a participant enrolls in this course, all e-mails regarding this course will be sent to the e-mail on record.
This is a certificate program. Upon completion participants will earn a certificate of completion and continuing education units (CEU).
Criteria to Earn Credit
To receive credit for completing this course, participants should read all material, take notes, and complete all the required assignments. There is a final assessment at the end of this course. Participants will have two attempts to take the final assessment and must pass with a 70% or higher to earn credit. Please note there will be no extra attempts to retake the final assessment. Once you have started the final assessment, complete it without interruption. If you cannot pass the final assessment with a 70% or higher, we encourage you to consider taking another course that meets your requirements.


Name: Octavia Dixon
Phone: (770) 347 – 7030