EDU 520: Lifespan Development

Class Program
Credits 3
The comprehensive study of theoretical perspectives of human growth and development which focuses on adolescents (for middle and secondary) or children (for K-6) and their levels of development. It draws from current social science research in examining the complex array of social, psychological, cultural and physical, intellectual, emotional, social, academic and moral forces that combine to determine each individual's life course. Critical thinking, technology and communication skills will be used to enhance the learning experience. Applications to real world settings and successful passage through life will be emphasized.