MAT 506 Adolescent Development

Started on January 1, 1970

2 hours
This course examines the characteristics of growth in adolescents including physical, psychological, social, cognitive, emotional, and moral development with particular reference to relevance for the professional educator. Candidates research and evaluate strategies for addressing the plethora of issues facing adolescents today ranging from parenting style, addressing English Learner (EL) standards, to issues of sexuality, drug and alcohol abuse, delinquent behavior, and peer pressure. Field experience required.