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Course materials for CDE 2 Child Growth and Development
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Saovaros Diehl-Hope
Contact:
(951) 378 - 3816

GREETINGS CDE 2 CLASS!

By way of virtual introduction I will be your professor for the CDE 2 Child Growth & Development class. Please be advised the SYLLABUS and ALL COURSE MATERIALS (HANDOUTS, INSTRUCTIONS FOR REQUIRED ASSIGNMENTS, EXAMPLES OF ASSIGNMENTS, STUDY GUIDES, TAKE HOME TEST, POWER POINTE SLIDES  and FINAL STUDY GUIDE) are found in COURSE RESERVE AND CANVAS. During our first conference call in we will be reviewing the Syllabus and assignments.  

I will be posting (updating), announcements, handouts and resources as needed, therefore please check within COURSE RESERVE and CANVAS weekly.

You will be required to have a total of 13 SCRANTON forms (Scranton 882-e) in order to complete Tests, Study Guides and the Final.  Please plan on having 13 Scranton forms and a number 2 pencil during each scheduled test day.

I look forward to meeting each of you!

Saovaros Diehl-Hope, Professor

 

 

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