EDE 721: Child Study and Developmental Assessment, Grade 1 to 6.
3 hours, 3 credits. Study of the integrated factors affecting children's physical, social, emotional, cognitive, language, and aesthetic development. Exposure to dominant theories of child development and learning through multiple technologies. Informal assessment of how children differ in their development and conditions that affect children's development, including risk factors, patterns of specific disabilities, cultural and linguistic diversity, and sociocultural and political contexts. Observations in childhood settings with diverse populations, action research, and the development of an academic portfolio. Ten hours of fieldwork required. COREQ: EDE 722. No student can receive credit for both EDE 721 and EDC 721.
Last modified: 11/20/2014