ECE 1999 - Human Development

Spring 2014 (Section #3286)

Online Course Information Page

This course includes the study of human development throughout the life span, from conception to the end-of-life, with emphasis on personal development and family and social interactions. Particular emphasis is upon development from adolescence to the end-of-life. Areas of study include the physical, cognitive, and psychosocial domains. (AA,CSU,UC).

The course is offered completely online and begins Wednesday morning, January 8, 2014 and ends Thursday by midnight, May 22, 2014.

Registered students:
Go to https://myetudes.org/portal and login using your user ID and password.

Instructions on How to Logon to Etudes:
http://www.siskiyous.edu/online/etudes/

Review the syllabus. Please contact me if you have any questions.

Required Text:
Feldman, R., S. (2011). Development across the life span. (6th ed.), New Jersey: Pearson Education, Inc.

Required Materials:
Computer with internet, e-mail account, and Adobe Acrobat Reader

Course Objectives:

  • Provide students with an overview in the field of lifespan development.
  • Discuss and understand how theories and research both traditional and modern are applied in this field.
  • Tie lifespan development and its application to specific and practical aspects of the student's life.
  • Discuss how cultural factors and diversity relate or separate our global society.
  • To intrigue and engage students' in their own personal paths of development.

Instructor

Priscilla Stack
Email: pstack@siskiyous.edu
Phone:  530-217-9596

 

 

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