Adolescent Development

SED DS 502

An overview of diverse developmental theories of preadolescence and adolescence, including physical, cognitive, sociomoral, personal, and identity development. Examines how education may promote these broad, interrelated human competencies. Social institutions that promote or inhibit the growth and learning of adolescents- particularly in middle and secondary schools and within the family- are studied. Relies heavily on general reading with student- and faculty-led discussions. Requires an analytical paper or applied project. 2cr, either sem.

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Seider SED 130 R 4:00 pm-7:00 pm Mat stdnts
only. Undergrad
need instructor
permission.

Note: this course is also offered during Summer Term

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