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EDD 610 Adolescent Development and Learning
3 hours; 3 credits
Introduction to a range of core ideas regarding teaching and learning. Psychological and social factors that influence students and classroom practice will be addressed, with primary attention to implications for student performance. The intent is to challenge traditional assumptions regarding adolescents’ thinking, emotions, and social behavior, and to introduce current thought based on research findings. A fieldwork component of 20 hours is included. Not open for students who have taken EDS 202 or its equivalent.
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