educ525 | Graduate
Theories Of Growing And Learning
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Emotional, Social, and Moral Development
- Analyze the relationship of self-concept and social development to student learning and behavior.
- Explain the development of moral reasoning and self-control from birth through adolescence.
- Describe emotional development from birth through adolescence.
Fundamental Theories and Investigative Methods
- Compare fundamental human development theories.
- Describe research processes used in the field of human development.
- Identify ethical issues in the human development field.
Physical Development, Cognitive Development, and Intellectual Power
- Describe how physical development relates to social and cognitive development.
- Analyze physical development from birth through adolescence.
- Analyze the stages of cognitive development from birth through adolescence.
- Describe intellectual power and its measurement.
- Explain the effect of intellectual power on learning.
- Describe how language development relates to social and cognitive development.
- Describe the components of language development.
- Differentiate language development theories.
- Compare the language development of diverse populations.
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