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Description

SEED3552: Adolescent Development
The primary purpose of this course is to prepare teacher education candidates for classroom interaction by tracing influences of normal human development in all domains and showing how heredity and environmental factors affect the individuals' capacity to learn and function in a school environment. The teacher candidate will examine current research, concepts and issues related to normal adolescent development as well as exceptionalities that may be present. A range of cultural, social, and cognitive factors will be explored through reading, discussion, observation, literature search, interviews and case studies.

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