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HDFS 2042 Heather Allen1HDFS 2042.001 Professional Development in Human Development & Family ScienceDEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGYUNIVERSITY OF NORTH TEXASFALL 2019Course Meeting: Tuesday, 2-3:50 Wooten Hall 216Instructor:Heather Allen, MSOffice: Matthews Hall 322FAPhone: 940-565-4646 (please leave a message) Email: [email protected]Office hours: Tuesday 11-1:30, online Thursdays 1-3 or by appointmentCOURSE DESCRIPTIONThis course is an introduction to the field of human development and family science. Students will be engaged in research andstrategic planning for careers, professional activities, development of professional competencies, and ethical decision making. 2credit hours. This course is a Prerequisite for HDFS 4011 and HDFS 4023.Required ReadingWalsh, B.A., Deflorio, L., Burnham, M.M., and Weiser, D.A. (2017). Introduction to Human Developmentand Family Studies.In addition, a variety of online resources, articles (Canvas), and guest speakers will support the course.COURSE OBJECTIVES1. Define and describe the field of human development and family science.2. Describe the past, present, and future trends in the human development and family studies field.3. Classify the major occupational, academic, and professional opportunities available to HDFS majors.4. Identify and describe various careers within HDFS.5.Explore career opportunities that are best suited for student’s personality, skills, abilities, and circumstances.6. Develop a personal plan for transitioning from student to career professional.7.Understand and strengthen value, skills, and attributes needed for HDFS professionals.8. Describe the benefits of participation in a professional association.9. State practices of professional behavior.10. Explain potential ethical issues in working with children, adults, and families.11. Develop skills in ethical decision-making and demonstrate an ability to apply those skills when working with individuals andfamilies.12. Develop an awareness of other cultures and values in the field of human development.COURSE EVALUATIONCourse evaluation will be based on the quality of participation and course assignments for 750 possible points.Career Exploration Project ([email protected] pts)100Student Professionalism Assignment100Professional Communication30Group Presentation100Information Interview100Professional Development Plan100Professional Development Application ([email protected] 20 pts)120Chapter Checkups ([email protected] 20pts)100Careers in Family Sciences Summary100Total850Grading Scale:A 90%- 100%765 - 850B 80% - 89.9%680764C 70% - 79.9%595679D 60% - 69.9%510 - 594F 59% and below509 - 0
HDFS 2042 Heather Allen2ACADEMIC DISHONESTYStudents caught cheating or plagiarizing will receive a "0" for that particular assignment or exam. Additionally, the incident will bereported to the Dean of Students, who may impose further penalty. According to the UNT catalog, the term "cheating" includes,but is not limited to: a. use of any unauthorized assistance in taking quizzes, tests, orexaminations;b. dependence upon the aid of

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