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FCE_225_syllabus___schedule - FCE 225 FCE 225 The Ecology...

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FCE 225 1 MSU FCE 225 The Ecology of Lifespan Development In the Family Instructor: Temple Odom, Ph.D. Office: Human Ecology 13 C Phone: 432-3852 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: after class or by appointment Teaching Assistant: Andrew Saltarelli Email: [email protected] Office Hours: by appointment Course Description: This course is an introduction to lifespan human development from an ecological perspective. Topics include physical development, cognitive development, social development, moral development and emotional development through the life span. Course Format: This course is an on-line hybrid course. On Tuesdays, we will meet in our classroom in Wells Hall for lecture and discussion. On Thursdays, the course material will be available to you on Angel. You will be able to access the material on Angel for 10 days, and you can complete the content at any time during those ten days. Course Text: Vander Zanden, J.W. (2007). Human Development (8 th Edition). New York: McGraw- Hill. Course Expectations: You are expected to attend all lectures on the Tuesday, in-class sessions. Roll will not be taken. You are expected to take notes during class lectures and on-line lectures. If you miss a lecture, you are expected to get notes from a classmate.
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