EDUC302

Researching Development: Opportunities and Risks in Adolescence

30 points

Occurrences

Description

This course is designed to provide students with an introduction to theory and research in adolescent development, with a special focus on risks and opportunities that are present in this stage of the life course. Students will be introduced to the core themes and a range of theory and research that is common to a developmental approach to adolescence, with an emphasis on the implications for education and positive development.

Pre-requisites

EDUC202 or
EDUC204 or
any 30 points at 200 level of EDUC, or
PSYC, HLED, HLTH, or
HSRV, or
by permission of the Head of School.