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SED 224/Adolescent Learning and Development

This course is designed for prospective secondary education teachers (serving grades 6-12/serving schools that are departmentalized). It focuses on adolescent learning and development using diverse frameworks: theoretical, empirical and practice/policy.

EPSY 523/ Advanced Child & Adolescent Growth & Development

An overview of the concepts and theories of child development with emphasis placed on the elementary-school aged child. Developmental issues are examined from sociocultural and educational perspectives.

EPSY 524/Adolescent Development and Education

Consideration of physical, intellectual, personality, and social development during the stages of adolescence and youth. Particular emphasis is placed on the roles of the family, peers, and schools as contributors to development.

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