Applied Child/Adol Development

Course Description

The counseling process, interventions, and strategies will address cultural, ethnic, issues presented in class. The course analyzes and conceptualizes human development themes from the perspective of various learning and personality theorists. Practicum experience is required.

Learning Outcomes

  • Compare and integrate the major development theories and chronological stages of human development and the impact of these stages on school behavior and learning for a diverse student body.
  • Demonstrate how the biological, psychological, societal, and cultural systems interact to influence human development, behavior, and learning for all students.
  • Analyze peer reviewed literature and apply gained knowledge on student development and school programs.

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