ECE 1999 - Human Development

Fall 2015 (Section #7024)

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 August 17, 2015 and ends December 17, 2015.

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

Instructions on How to Login to Etudes:
http://www.siskiyous.edu/online/onlinestudenthelp.htm

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

Required Text:
Feldman, R., S. (2011). Development across the life span. (7th ed.), New Jersey: Pearson Education, Inc.

Required Materials:
Computer with internet, email 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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