Welcome to the Child Development and Education Orientation!
If you do not attend a face-to-face orientation, you will need to explore this website. Your online orientation consists of clicking on all of the links and reading all of the material that is on this website. Online orientations require you to complete a Child Development and/or Education lab quiz. Check with your professor as to how they want you to complete and turn in the quiz.
Please take the time to read through the Getting Started section as well as all the areas of this Lab Manual that pertain to you. It is very important that you make sure you understand which forms you will need to turn in.
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**Updated August 2014
Download CDEC and TECA Lab Manual >> CDEC and TECA Manual **Updated August 2014
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Service Learning Manual
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WATCH Orientation Video for Child Development and Education Labs**Updated August 2014
If you have any questions, please contact the Child Development and Education Lab Instructor,
Glenda Strange: firstname.lastname@example.org | 972-881-5814 | B 134 on the Spring Creek Campus
If you choose to complete the online lab orientation, please be sure to check with your instructor about submission of the required paperwork.
Quiz for Online Orientation Only
For online orientation students: After you read the Child Development and Education Lab Manual, please click on the Child Development link or the Education link for the appropriate exam. If you are taking CDEC and TECA classes, you will take the Child Development quiz. If you are taking EDUC classes, you will take the Education quiz. If you are taking CDEC, TECA and EDUC classes, you will take both quizzes.
After completing the quiz(zes), print it out and turn the quiz(zes) into your instructor. The orientation paperwork and quiz(zes) are due the Friday after the census date of the semester.
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Students in Online Courses: Please refer to your online course for lab quiz information.
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