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Early Childhood Education Diploma

Early Childhood Education Diploma

  • Specialization: Early Child Education Diploma - Fall 2020 intake
    • Written Communication Skills

      This course focuses on the development and practice of writing skills and other forms of written communication. Students learn to create documents and use online tools that are required for success in the early childhood education program.

      Course Code: ECE-210
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

    • Interpersonal Communication

      The focus of this course is to help students understand, evaluate, and improve their interactions with others in their personal and professional lives. Students will learn to recognize issues regarding listening, conflict resolution, assertiveness, and non-verbal communication. Emphasis is on mastering skills to prevent issues with miscommunication in daily lives of the students.

      Course Code: ECE-220
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

    • Child Development 1: Early Years

      This course will provide students with an understanding of historical and current theories of child development, including research approaches to prenatal, infant, and toddler development.

      Course Code: ECE-200
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 80

    • Observation and Documentation

      This course will provide opportunities for students to identify, select and document objective observations using a variety of techniques. The information gathered through observations will be categorized into developmental domains. Results will be interpreted and used in developing programs for children.

      Course Code: ECE-230
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Written Communication Skills

      Hours: 40

    • Health and Safety

      This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to promote the well-being of children and explores topics such as illness recognition, prevention, and universal precautions. Students will learn about the provision of a safe environment in childcare and the role and responsibilities of the early childhood educator in recognizing, preventing, reporting, and handling child abuse and neglect as per licensing standards and "best practice" protocols.

      Course Code: ECE-270
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Observation and Documentation

      Hours: 80

    • Personal Development

      This course helps students gain vital planning, organizational and communication skills that prepare them to make the most of their learning.

      Course Code: ECE-280
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Interpersonal Communication,Written Communication Skills

      Hours: 40

    • Play and the Environment

      This course focuses on early learning programs and child care for children from infancy to 6 years of age. The importance of play and building relationships through responsive interactions is explored. Students will apply knowledge of planning and implementing developmentally-appropriate curriculum to support learning in an inclusive environment.

      Course Code: ECE-240
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Observation and Documentation,Child Development 1: Early Years,Introduction to Early Childhood Education

      Hours: 40

    • Introduction to Early Childhood Education

      This course presents an overview of early childhood care and education. Students will gain an appreciation of the historical development of child care, including Canadian and Indigenous perspectives, as well as provincial regulations and their impact on a variety of program approaches to curriculum.

      Course Code: ECE-250
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

    • Child Development 2: Preschool Years

      This course is a continuation of Child Development 1: The Early Years, with a focus on children from 3 to 6 years of age. Students will develop an understanding of the major theories and research findings that examine physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and language skills development so that they may work with children effectively within a holistic and inclusive environment.

      Course Code: ECE-300
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Child Development 1: Early Years

      Hours: 80

    • Curriculum and the Environment 1

      This course introduces students to the foundations of creating curriculum by using hands-on, self-exploration learning experiences. Students will explore numeracy, literacy, and block play to understand a variety of learning tools and how to develop curriculum based on these key elements. Numeracy, literacy, art and problem-solving will be key topics to incorporate within students’ curriculum development.

      Course Code: ECE-320
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Play and the Environment,Child Development 2: Preschool Years

      Hours: 80

    • Family

      This course explores the changes to family life in Canada. Students examine a variety of family challenges and issues that have direct relevance to early learning and child care.

      Course Code: ECE-260
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Interpersonal Communication,Introduction to Early Childhood Education

      Hours: 40

    • Guiding Young Children 1

      This course will address the typical characteristics and needs of children as they move through various chronological and developmental stages. It will also help students build effective strategies and tools to navigate these developmental stages. Students will use a variety of observational and recording techniques, which will serve as the basis for planning and implementing appropriate guidance and care of children.

      Course Code: ECE-291
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Child Development 1: Early Years,Observation and Documentation,Introduction to Early Childhood Education

      Hours: 40

    • Guiding Young Children 2

      Students will draw on concepts introduced in Guiding Young Children 1 with a focus on  inclusive practices and responding to the  diverse needs of children at various developmental stages. Based on observations from prior practical experience, students will analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of  various guiding techniques. These activities will serve as the basis for addressing the typical and atypical behaviour of children.

      Course Code: ECE-292
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Guiding Young Children 1

      Hours: 40

    • Professionalism

      Students will explore and develop an appreciation for their role as a professional in the lives of young children. They will look at ways to be a change agent through advocacy and work within Manitoba.

      Course Code: ECE-330
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Interpersonal Communication

      Hours: 40

    • Practicum Seminar 1

      This course reviews the basic skills necessary for supporting development of children aged 3 months to 12 years. In two interdependent components – seminar and practicum – the role of the early childhood educator in implementation of an early childhood education developmental program is explored. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and be approved for ECE-310 Practicum 1 credit prior to taking this seminar.

      Course Code: ECE-305
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 10

    • Early Childhood Education Practicum 1

      This practicum experience provides students with opportunities to improve and strengthen emergent skills and practices based on early childhood education principles and theories. Students practice observing and providing developmentally appropriate learning experiences in a safe, responsive and healthy environment. Students work with diverse young children and families in culturally, linguistically, and ability-diverse early childhood settings under the supervision of a Mentor and a Practicum Evaluator. The curriculum focus is on safe play, art, numeracy, language and literacy. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and receive approval prior to taking ECE-310 Practicum 1.

      Course Code: ECE-310
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 272

    • Advanced Behaviour Guidance 1

      ...

      Course Code: ECE-401
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Guiding Young Children 2

      Hours: 40

    • Curriculum and the Environment 2

      This course introduces students to the foundations of creating curriculum by using hands-on, self-exploration learning experiences. The course will ensure that students are aware of development within a holistic framework. Students will explore: music, including singing, instruments, movement and listening; sensory play; dramatic play; and imaginative play.

      Course Code: ECE-410
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Curriculum and the Environment 1

      Hours: 80

    • Child Nutrition

      This course addresses fundamental concepts of nutrition. Students will study the basic nutrients and learn about recommended daily intake for children. Students will develop a working knowledge of Canada's Food Guide and utilize this knowledge in the planning and preparation of healthy snacks and meals for children.

      Course Code: ECE-420
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

    • Family and Community Relationships

      This course focuses on the partnership between the parent and early childhood educator while promoting the importance of parent education and parent involvement in the centre. Students will learn how to make reports to parents and understand the diversity of families and the needs of families with atypical or mainstream children. Students will develop their knowledge of the community, how to access community services, as well as how to positively contribute to their community.

      Course Code: ECE-430
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Family,Health and Safety

      Hours: 40

    • Inclusive Practices in Early Childhood Education

      Understanding and responding to culture, ethnic, and linguistic diversity and ways they affect personality, language, cognitive development, and socialization is a crucial skill for an early childhood educator. In this course, students acquire skills for creating inclusive learning environments and curriculum in early childhood education.

      Course Code: ECE-450
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Guiding Young Children 2

      Hours: 40

    • Indigenous Perspectives in Early Childhood Education

      The course will provide students with an introduction to perspectives related to working with Indigenous families in Canada, particularly in Manitoba. Students will explore historical perspectives, current trends, and new directions for the future of education of Indigenous peoples and Canadians.

      Course Code: ECE-460
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

    • Curriculum and the Environment 3

      This course furthers the study of creating curriculum by using a hands-on, self-exploration approach. The emphasis is on expanding children's initiatives in play-based environments by following a holistic framework. Students will explore STEM and outdoor curriculum to encourage both interest and curiosity of the natural world.

      Course Code: ECE-440
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Curriculum and the Environment 2

      Hours: 80

    • Practicum Seminar 2

      This course provides a review of the intermediate skills necessary for the supporting development of children aged 3 months to 12 years. In two interdependent components – seminar and practicum – the role of the early childhood educator in implementation of an early childhood education developmental program is explored. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and be approved for ECE-500 Practicum 2 credit prior to taking this seminar.

      Course Code: ECE-495
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 10

    • Early Childhood Education Practicum 2

      This practicum experience serves as students’ integration practicum and provides students opportunities to strengthen developing knowledge and skills in caring for young children. Students refine and apply developing observation, guidance and communication skills as they plan and facilitate developmentally appropriate learning experiences and communicate with children, their families and centre staff. The curriculum focus is on behaviour guidance, nutrition, music, sensory and dramatic play, sense of self, and diversity. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and receive approval prior to taking ECE-500 Practicum 2.

      Course Code: ECE-500
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 272

    • School-Age Development and Curriculum

      Students will develop knowledge and skills for working with children aged 5 through 12. The course focuses on the unique needs of school-age children and how these needs are met through a developmentally appropriate approach to programming. Students will learn about child development patterns and milestones in middle childhood. Attention is paid to the various roles of the early childhood educator in the designing, planning, and implementing of an inclusive environment with emphasis on developing an appropriate physical, social-emotional, and cognitive atmosphere.

      Course Code: ECE-470
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Curriculum and the Environment 2

      Hours: 80

    • Professional Behaviour Practices

      Students will gain knowledge of the historical, political and social issues that impact early childhood practice. Student will articulate their personal philosophy of early childhood education. Professional responsibilities and practices of the early childhood educator will be examined with emphasis on the recognition and analysis of quality indicators.

      Course Code: ECE-480
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Professionalism

      Hours: 40

    • Practicum Seminar 3

      This course provides a review of the advanced skills necessary for the supporting development of children aged 3 months to 12 years. In two interdependent components – seminar and practicum – the role of the early childhood educator in implementation of an early childhood education developmental program is explored. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and be approved for ECE-510 Practicum 3 credit prior to taking this seminar.

      Course Code: ECE-505
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 10

    • Early Childhood Education Practicum 3

      This practicum experience serves as students’ final practicum and provides students opportunities to initiate, plan and implement longer learning experiences. Students refine advanced observation, guidance and communication skills as they demonstrate more initiative in providing meaningful learning experiences for children and interact with children, their families and centre staff. The curriculum focus is on integrating the various subject areas students have been exposed to in their ECE training, including science, outdoors and technology. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and receive approval prior to taking ECE-510 Practicum 3.

      Course Code: ECE-510
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 272

  • Specialization: Early Child Education Diploma - Fall 2021 Intake and Onward
    • Introduction to Early Childhood Education

      This course presents an overview of early childhood care and education. Students will gain an appreciation of the historical development of child care, including Canadian and Indigenous perspectives, as well as provincial regulations and their impact on a variety of program approaches to curriculum.

      Course Code: ECE-250 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

    • Written Communication Skills

      This course focuses on the development and practice of writing skills and other forms of written communication. Students learn to create documents and use online tools that are required for success in the early childhood education program.

      Course Code: ECE-210 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

    • Interpersonal Communication

      The focus of this course is to help students understand, evaluate, and improve their interactions with others in their personal and professional lives. Students will learn to recognize issues regarding listening, conflict resolution, assertiveness, and non-verbal communication. Emphasis is on mastering skills to prevent issues with miscommunication in the daily lives of students.

      Course Code: ECE-220 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

    • Child Development 1: Early Years

      This course will provide students with an understanding of historical and current theories of child development, including research approaches to prenatal, infant, and toddler development.

      Course Code: ECE-200 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 80

    • Observation and Documentation

      This course will provide opportunities for students to identify, select and document objective observations using a variety of techniques. The information gathered through observations will be categorized into developmental domains. Results will be interpreted and used in developing programs for children.

      Course Code: ECE-230 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Written Communication Skills

      Hours: 40

    • Indigenous Perspectives in Early Childhood Education

      The course will provide students with an introduction to perspectives related to working with Indigenous families in Canada, particularly in Manitoba. Students will explore historical perspectives, current trends, and new directions for the future of education of Indigenous peoples and Canadians.

      Course Code: ECE-460 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

    • Child Development 2: PreSchool Years

      This course is a continuation of Child Development 1: The Early Years, with a focus on children from 3 to 6 years of age. Students will develop an understanding of the major theories and research findings that examine physical, cognitive, social, emotional, and language skills development so that they may work with children effectively within a holistic and inclusive environment.

      Course Code: ECE-300 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Child Development 1: Early Years

      Hours: 80

    • Play and the Environment

      This course focuses on early learning programs and child care for children from infancy to 6 years of age. The importance of play and building relationships through responsive interactions is explored. Students will apply knowledge of planning and implementing developmentally-appropriate curriculum to support learning in an inclusive environment.

      Course Code: ECE-240 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Observation and Documentation,Child Development 1: Early Years,Introduction to Early Childhood Education

      Hours: 40

    • Health and Safety

      This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to promote the well-being of children and explores topics such as illness recognition, prevention, and universal precautions. Students will learn about the provision of a safe environment in childcare and the role and responsibilities of the early childhood educator in recognizing, preventing, reporting, and handling child abuse and neglect as per licensing standards and ”best practice“ protocols.

      Course Code: ECE-270 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Observation and Documentation

      Hours: 80

    • Guiding Young Children 1

      This course will address the typical characteristics and needs of children as they move through various chronological and developmental stages. It will also help students build effective strategies and tools to navigate these developmental stages. Students will use a variety of observational and recording techniques, which will serve as the basis for planning and implementing appropriate guidance and care of children.

      Course Code: ECE-291 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Child Development 1: Early Years,Observation and Documentation,Introduction to Early Childhood Education

      Hours: 40

    • Curriculum and the Environment 1

      This course introduces students to the foundations of creating curriculum by using hands-on, self-exploration learning experiences. Students will explore numeracy, literacy, and block play to understand a variety of learning tools and how to develop curriculum based on these key elements. Numeracy, literacy, art and problem-solving will be key topics to incorporate within students’ curriculum development.

      Course Code: ECE-320 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Play and the Environment,Child Development 2: PreSchool Years

      Hours: 80

    • Practicum Seminar 1

      This course reviews the basic skills necessary for supporting development of children aged 3 months to 12 years. In two interdependent components – seminar and practicum – the role of the early childhood educator in implementation of an early childhood education developmental program is explored. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and be approved for ECE-310 Practicum 1 credit prior to taking this seminar.

      Course Code: ECE-305 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 10

    • Early Childhood Education Practicum 1

      This practicum experience provides students with opportunities to improve and strengthen emergent skills and practices based on early childhood education principles and theories. Students practice observing and providing developmentally appropriate learning experiences in a safe, responsive and healthy environment. Students work with diverse young children and families in culturally, linguistically, and ability-diverse early childhood settings under the supervision of a Mentor and a Practicum Evaluator. The curriculum focus is on safe play, art, numeracy, language and literacy. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and receive approval prior to taking ECE-310 Practicum 1.

      Course Code: ECE-310 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 272

    • Year 1 Early Childhood Education Capstone

      ...

      Course Code: ECE-370 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 40

    • Guiding Young Children 2

      Students will draw on concepts introduced in Guiding Young Children 1 with a focus on inclusive practices and responding to the diverse needs of children at various developmental stages. Based on observations from prior practical experience, students will analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of various guiding techniques. These activities will serve as the basis for addressing the typical and atypical behaviour of children.

      Course Code: ECE-292 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Guiding Young Children 1

      Hours: 40

    • Family

      This course explores the changes to family life in Canada. Students examine a variety of family challenges and issues that have direct relevance to early learning and child care.

      Course Code: ECE-260 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Interpersonal Communication,Introduction to Early Childhood Education

      Hours: 40

    • Professionalism

      Students will explore and develop an appreciation for their role as a professional in the lives of young children. They will look at ways to be a change agent through advocacy and work within Manitoba.

      Course Code: ECE-330 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 1 course
      Course Requirements: Interpersonal Communication

      Hours: 40

    • Personal Development

      This course helps students gain vital planning, organizational and communication skills that prepare them to make the most of their learning.

      Course Code: ECE-280 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Interpersonal Communication,Written Communication Skills

      Hours: 40

    • Advanced Behaviour Guidance 1

      ...

      Course Code: ECE-401 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Guiding Young Children 2

      Hours: 40

    • Curriculum and the Environment 2

      This course introduces students to the foundations of creating curriculum by using hands-on, self-exploration learning experiences. The course will ensure that students are aware of development within a holistic framework. Students will explore: music, including singing, instruments, movement and listening; sensory play; dramatic play; and imaginative play.

      Course Code: ECE-410 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Curriculum and the Environment 1

      Hours: 80

    • Inclusive Practices in Early Childhood Education

      Understanding and responding to culture, ethnic, and linguistic diversity and ways they affect personality, language, cognitive development, and socialization is a crucial skill for an early childhood educator. In this course, students acquire skills for creating inclusive learning environments and curriculum in early childhood education.

      Course Code: ECE-450 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Guiding Young Children 2

      Hours: 40

    • Practicum Seminar 2

      This course provides a review of the intermediate skills necessary for the supporting development of children aged 3 months to 12 years. In two interdependent components – seminar and practicum – the role of the early childhood educator in implementation of an early childhood education developmental program is explored. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and be approved for ECE-500 Practicum 2 credit prior to taking this seminar.

      Course Code: ECE-495 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 10

    • Early Childhood Education Practicum 2

      This practicum experience serves as students’ integration practicum and provides students opportunities to strengthen developing knowledge and skills in caring for young children. Students refine and apply developing observation, guidance and communication skills as they plan and facilitate developmentally appropriate learning experiences and communicate with children, their families and centre staff. The curriculum focus is on behaviour guidance, nutrition, music, sensory and dramatic play, sense of self, and diversity. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and receive approval prior to taking ECE-500 Practicum 2.

      Course Code: ECE-500 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 272

    • Advanced Behaviour Guidance 2

      ...

      Course Code: ECE-402 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Advanced Behaviour Guidance 1

      Hours: 40

    • Family and Community Relationships

      This course focuses on the partnership between the parent and early childhood educator while promoting the importance of parent education and parent involvement in the centre. Students will learn how to make reports to parents and understand the diversity of families and the needs of families with atypical or mainstream children. Students will develop their knowledge of the community, how to access community services, as well as how to positively contribute to their community.

      Course Code: ECE-430 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Family,Health and Safety

      Hours: 40

    • Curriculum and the Environment 3

      This course furthers the study of creating curriculum by using a hands-on, self-exploration approach. The emphasis is on expanding children's initiatives in play-based environments by following a holistic framework. Students will explore STEM and outdoor curriculum to encourage both interest and curiosity of the natural world.

      Course Code: ECE-440 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Curriculum and the Environment 2

      Hours: 80

    • School-age Development and Curriculum

      Students will develop knowledge and skills for working with children aged 5 through 12. The course focuses on the unique needs of school-age children and how these needs are met through a developmentally appropriate approach to programming. Students will learn about child development patterns and milestones in middle childhood. Attention is paid to the various roles of the early childhood educator in the designing, planning, and implementing of an inclusive environment with emphasis on developing an appropriate physical, social-emotional, and cognitive atmosphere.

      Course Code: ECE-470 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Curriculum and the Environment 2

      Hours: 80

    • Child Nutrition

      This course addresses fundamental concepts of nutrition. Students will study the basic nutrients and learn about recommended daily intake for children. Students will develop a working knowledge of Canada's Food Guide and utilize this knowledge in the planning and preparation of healthy snacks and meals for children.

      Course Code: ECE-420 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 40

    • Professional Behaviour Practices

      Students will gain knowledge of the historical, political and social issues that impact early childhood practice. Student will articulate their personal philosophy of early childhood education. Professional responsibilities and practices of the early childhood educator will be examined with emphasis on the recognition and analysis of quality indicators.

      Course Code: ECE-480 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: Professionalism

      Hours: 40

    • Practicum Seminar 3

      This course provides a review of the advanced skills necessary for the supporting development of children aged 3 months to 12 years. In two interdependent components – seminar and practicum – the role of the early childhood educator in implementation of an early childhood education developmental program is explored. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and be approved for ECE-510 Practicum 3 credit prior to taking this seminar.

      Course Code: ECE-505 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 15

    • Early Childhood Education Practicum 3

      This practicum experience serves as students’ final practicum and provides students opportunities to initiate, plan and implement longer learning experiences. Students refine advanced observation, guidance and communication skills as they demonstrate more initiative in providing meaningful learning experiences for children and interact with children, their families and centre staff. The curriculum focus is on integrating the various subject areas students have been exposed to in their ECE training, including science, outdoors and technology. Note: Students must successfully complete all previous courses and receive approval prior to taking ECE-510 Practicum 3.

      Course Code: ECE-510 - 2021+
      Grade Level: Year 2 course
      Course Requirements: See course description

      Hours: 272

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