TED 241 Child Development, 3 credits

This course introduces students to the sequence of child development and to key factors that interact to govern how children grow and develop across domains. The processes and stages of growth and development through childhood are explored, with an emphasis on using the core concepts and research findings to create supportive, developmentally appropriate environments (including educational environments) that enhance growth and well being.

TED 241 and TED 231 should be taken during the same semester