Covers the basics of developmental phenomena in relation to school learning. Focuses on acquisition of scientific and logical thinking, morality, and measurement of developmental changes.
Students shall achieve basic understanding of developmental and educational psychology.
development, scientific reasoning, logical reasoning
|✔ Intercultural skills||Communication skills||✔ Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Topics change in every class meeting. Basically the course goes in lecture-style learning.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||Historical transition of developmental ideas||Can explain the history of views on development|
|Class 2||Infant development||Can explain developments in infancy|
|Class 3||Juvenile and preadolescent development||Can explain juvenile and preadolescent development|
|Class 4||Development of morality(1)||Can explain development of morality|
|Class 5||Development of morality(2)||Can explain development of morality|
|Class 6||Measurement of development: Post 20th century||Can explain techniques to measure development focusing on post-20th century|
|Class 7||In-class presentation||Can present the student's understanding of the course content|
|Class 8||Feedback from the instructor||Confirms the student's own level of understanding|
Handouts are distributed during lectures
Group work and workshop: 10%
Quizzes and Presentation: 90%