Child Development II (semester course)

Family & Consumer Sciences


Course ID: FAC305

Credit: .5 or 1 (depending on school)      

Grade level: 10, 11, 12      

Prerequisite: Child Development I


  • Note: This course is also offered as a part of the Pre-Teaching  pathway in the IB Career-related Program (IBCP).


    Course Description: This class will build an understanding of children’s growth and development and a solid foundation of skills needed when interacting with children. Students learn theories of development and growth. Units of study also include adoption, childhood diseases and immunizations, special needs, establishment of routines, sibling rivalry, toy selection, and play activities. Child Development II is a good class for anyone interested in working with children or being a parent. It also is a great foundation for students interested in psychology, sociology and human development.