Teacher Education
 

Adolescent Development in an Education Context

Adolescent Development in an Education Context
Adolescent development in the context of education. Focus is on the implications for integrated school culture, curriculum design, instructional practices, and assessment.
SC ED
350
 Hours2.0 Credit, 2.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesSc Ed 276R or major area equivalent.
 NoteClass is restricted to secondary education majors in biology, physical education teacher education, music, dance, and arts.
 TaughtFall, Winter, Spring
 ProgramsContaining SC ED 350
Course Outcomes: 

Demonstrate Impact on Instructional Processes

Students will be able to recognize and identify the implications of adolescent development on their own teaching and be able to integrate future lessons with the knowledge they have of development.

Developmental Stages

The students will understand the social, physical, and cognitive developmental stages of adolescence in relation to the tasks of automony, identity and intimacy development.

Demonstrate Impact on Classroom Environments

The students will demonstrate understanding of how the stages of development impact classroom environments and management.