Design and implementation of an innovative life planning process; a participatory experience that includes a survey of theories, models, and research on life and career planning and that encourages systematic skill identification, values clarification, and the development of job search strategies.
Design and implementation of an innovative life planning process; a participatory experience that includes a survey of theories, models, and research on life and career planning and that encourages systematic skill identification, values clarification, and the development of job search strategies.
Theory of and research on adult learning and development; includes societal context, performance, physiology and health, personality, and learning; and considers stability and change during young adulthood, middle age, and old age. Meets both foundational requirements for EPSY. Prerequisite: EPSY 201, or equivalent, or consent of instructor.
Examines early adolescent development, covering biological, cognitive, and social transitions. Topics include identity, autonomy, peer and family relationships and the role of schooling and the media. Secondary certification students should enroll for 2 hours in spring. Elementary certification students who desire middle school certification should enroll for 2 hours in summer. Alternative Certification Students may enroll for 3 hours. Students from other majors may enroll for 4 hours in the spring. The 4 hours section includes additional assignments and discussion, and may include voluntary participation in experiments. Undergraduate and Graduate work load will commensurate with the requirements. 2 hours for all other certification and GSLIS.
Foundational theories and practices of educational psychology, including learning and development. Undergraduate and graduate work load will be commensurate with the requirements. 2 hours for ECE for graduate certification. Approved for both letter and S/U grading. May be repeated to a maximum of 8 hours.
This seminar will assist in acquiring expertise with advanced technologies for learning. This includes the design of electronic portfolios (e-portfolios) according to state and national standards, design and application of multimedia in teaching and learning, familiarization with web usability and accessibility, and reflection on the uses of technologies in education. Prerequisite: EPSY 457.
Seminar in educational psychology; topics relate to the areas of specialization represented by the various divisions within the department. Approved for both letter and S/U grading. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor required.