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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
Development: Birth to Adolescence
Development: Birth to Adolesce
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CED 3020/CED 6020 Development, Behavior, and Learning, or instructor's permission

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This course provides an in-depth investigation of human development from infancy to adolescence. A sequel to the broad developmental theories and concepts that were introduced in CED 3020/6020, this course encourages students to explore firsthand the writings and perspectives of key developmental theorists. In addition, students are asked to critically review case studies and comparative research on cognitive, perceptual, and emotional development of young people and to investigate practical applications of theoretical constructs as they pertain to the field of art education. Normal and abnormal developmental profiles are covered, with emphasis on differentiations that teachers are likely to encounter within the general population, or in a mainstream classroom and activity setting. At times this course may be cross-tallied at the graduate level as CED 6000. Additional work required for graduate level credit is outlined in the course syllabus.

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