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DEP 3053 Syllabus, 1/8/2012 DEP 3053 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, LIFESPAN, SPRING 2012 Section # 0069 Instructor: ILAN SHRIRA Office Hours: Wednesday, 3-5pm; also available by appointment Office: Room 273, Psychology Building Phone: 273-0166 Email: [email protected] Teaching Assistants: Allison Metz Office Hours: Tuesday, 2-3pm; also available by appointment Office: McCarty C, Room 522 Email: [email protected] Tian Lin Office Hours: Friday, 2-3pm; also available by appointment Office: Psychology Building, Room 005-J Email: [email protected] Course Description This course is a fully on-line course with no specified meeting times. However, the course is not self-paced. Students must complete weekly readings, quizzes and assignments by the due dates specified in the syllabus and listed in E-Learning. Every week you will be given an overview of the scheduled activities in the "Week at a Glance" page (in each module) so that you will know what you are expected to do that week. Each week you will find links to where you will submit all of your assignments, and take your quizzes. Our course website on e-Learning will also have links to your E-book, videos, weblinks and any other materials that you may need. Students will gain an understanding of development across the lifespan. A particular emphasis will be placed on the interplay of biological, psychological and contextual factors in shaping development over time. As part of understanding and applying developmental concepts, students will engage in active participation with their peers as part of the course. Structure of Course in E-learning: This course uses E-Learning ( https://lss.at.ufl.edu/ ) in Sakai for access to the entire course. Students must complete weekly readings, complete a weekly quiz, and turn in assignments by the due dates specified in the syllabus and Course Calendar. Instructions for using E-Learning are available on the “Course Material s ” page of our course website. Note: Log in to E-learning using your Gatorlink username and password.
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Course Requirements Required Textbook Berk, L. E. (2010). Development through the lifespan , 5 th Edition. Boston, MA: Pearson Division, Allyn & Bacon. This textbook (the 5th edition) is required, and you are also expected to get the online access code that accompanies the textbook. The access code is also sold by Pearson (the publisher of the textbook). These are the purchase options: 1) Purchase the package which includes a hard copy of the textbook + the required online access code (ISBN: 0558649688) at the UF Bookstore or a local Gainesville bookstore, or 2) Purchase only the online access code through our E-Learning course website (no hard copy of the textbook). The access code includes an e-book which is identical to the hard copy. Because the access code is
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