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ED 561 Child Development and Learning

Content: Discussion, critique, and application of theories of child development and learning. Through case studies, cultural narratives, theoretical constructs, and research, participants explore children's development within diverse cultural and family systems, including the cognitive, affective, psychological, social, moral, identity, and physiological domains. Topics include multiple intelligences and ways of knowing, creativity, and motivation, as well as the influences of social, cultural, linguistic, familial, and institutional factors on children's development and learning.
Prerequisites: None.
Restrictions: Admission to Elementary—Multiple Subjects Program or consent of instructor.
Credits: 2 semester hours.