Are you interested in making a difference in young children’s lives? PSCL 333: Early Intervention I: Theories and Practice (Wednesdays, 8-10:30am) is an exciting newly cross-listed course in the Department of Psychological Sciences offered during Fall 2021. In this seminar-based class, undergraduate students will have an opportunity to learn alongside graduate students about how to foster optimal development in young children from birth to 5 years of age. We will discuss what early intervention is, why it is important, and talk about intervention models and practices that are used to address the developmental and social-emotional needs of young children. Instruction will be classroom and community based. This course is ideal for advanced undergraduate students hoping to work with children in the future. Prerequisite coursework in developmental psychology and instructor consent is required. For further information please contact Dr. Elizabeth Short (firstname.lastname@example.org).