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ECE 201 Child Development Day: Home

Fall 2018 ECE 201 class

How Can We Help You?

Welcome to the Cañada College Library!  We can help you find information for your class assignments from many different sources, including Books, Articles, and Websites.

Contact Info
Building 9, Third Floor
Reference Desk : (650) 306-3480

Hours:
Monday-Thursday: 8am-8pm
Fridays: 8am-3pm
Saturdays: 10am-2pm

Services

Printing costs 12 cents a page. Buy a printing card for 50 cents and add money near the copy machines. 

Group Study Rooms and the Silent Study Room are closed for fall semester 2018, but the library classroom may be used for group study.

The library has many textbooks on reserve that students can check out for 2 hours, one day or three days. Ask at the front desk to see if your textbook is available or check online.  

Library computers do not require you to log in and there are not time limits.

Research Appointments with librarians give you the help you need with research or citations.

 


 

Library Assignment

 

Assignment: For this paper, you will answer the writing prompt: “Child development across a lifespan influences who we are today.  In the various stages of life from infancy to adolescence, how does child development impact a life? You should have an introduction and conclusion plus the body of the paper, which will cover: 

  1. Infant/Toddler Development – Early Childhood Education: 5 theories or concepts explained and discussed in detail with examples from your life with connections to who you are today.

  1. Middle Childhood - Adolescence: 5 theories or concepts explained and discussed in detail with examples from your life with connections to who you are today.

 

Getting started

Recommend starting with the Gale Virtual Reference Library:

  1. From the Articles tab on this guide,
  2. click on the link for the Gale Virtual Reference Library, then
  3. choose the EDUCATION collection, then
  4. browse the contents of those reference e-books to find material of interest. (Useful titles to consult are: Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy, From the Brain to the Classroom, and Psychology of Classroom Learning.)

Finding More information

To take your topic further, look in books and/or articles (see the tabs above for more details).