EDS261H1: Child and Adolescent Development in Education



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This course examines how children and adolescents develop and explores how best to facilitate their growth and learning in the area of education. Major topics include cognitive, emotional, social, moral, physical and language development. Themes addressed include interpersonal relationships such as pro-social and aggressive behaviour, as well as the influence of schooling, family life and culture. This course includes a field experience located in a school and entails observation of development across various age groups. This may be satisfied by participation in Vic Reach or in another organization with the approval of the Program Coordinator. Restricted to students enrolled in the Education and Society Minor. 

Distribution Requirements
Social Science
Breadth Requirements
Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)