EDEC 247 – Child & Adolescent Growth & Development
Dual Credit with UM Western
Students will examine, analyze, and apply theories and principles of human growth and development from conception through adolescence. Family, socio-cultural, language, political, and economic contexts that include structural inequities and trauma across physical, cognitive, social-emotional, and linguistic domains are emphasized. Students will complete child observations and developmental assessments during completion of lab assignments.
Child and Adolescent Development includes lessons on anatomy, physiology, terminology, birth, and human sexuality. As well, information is presented related to the reproductive systems. These lessons are not optional, nor is there an opt-out option for any of the lessons in this course. If you find them objectionable, please enroll in an alternative elective.
SPECIFIC TECHNICAL/SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS IN ADDITION TO GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
Please review the general original credit software requirements at http://mtda.link/techreq
This specific course requires the following:
COURSE AVAILABILITY (SUBJECT TO RESOURCE AND TEACHER AVAILABILITY):
Fall: semester available
Spring: semester available
Summer: not available