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    Nov 03, 2017
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    Course Overview:

    Mr. Reed is very knowledgeable about human growth and development. He has life experiences that he shares with a classroom to help relate the information. he has two children that he himself adopted, and raised. Having the experience of children coming from different economic and social environments, brought into his environment, a more stable and loving environment, shows relatable information to our coursework. He is passionate about his position, and cares about our experience in his class.

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    I've been able to better understand my own children by learning the content and human growth and development. Situations that arise at home are better understood learning Piaget's theory, and Vygotsky's Theory. Things that used to bother me as a parent, I could no laugh at when making the correlation between one's theory and my reality. It's been very interesting.

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    6-8 hours

    Advice for students:

    I would suggest to anyone who was interested in taking this course, read the content, find ways to connect, and apply as much as you can to your current life. Doing so, will help you better articulate in the papers that you write.

    • Fall 2017
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