HUMAN DEVELOPMENT+LEARN EDS 248
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EDS 248 Human Development and Learning An Introduction to Human Develogment EDS 248 Stephen E Brock PhDNCSP 1 What is Development What is a Developmental skill Gradual Cumulative Permanent Transactional Occurs in an Ecosystem mewN x Stephen E Brock PhD NC SP EDS 248 Human Development and Learning Small Group Discussion Identify a skill eg learning to talk and according to the just mentioned criteria ie gradual cumulative permanent transactional amp occurs in an ecosystem discuss how it is developmental Be prepared to share your discussion with rest of the class l Risks to Development Discuss the following risks Doing too much for a child Doing too much to a child Doing too little for a child Address the importance of assess the environment when identifying a students learning challenges Risk and Resilience Environmental risk factors do not affect all children in the same way Family resources Social resources Financial resources Personal history Individual traitscharacteristics Stephen E Brock PhD NCSP 2 EDS 248 I Theories of Development What Makes a Good Theory Communicates meaning Can be shared understood Verifiable Can be tested Generalizable Can be applied others Applied value Guides practice Human Development and Learning Key Issues in Human Development Is both active and passive Has critical periods Nature internal and Nurture external factors play a role How New Knowledge is Produced Research Methods Undergraduate Consumerofknowledge Masters Level Evaluatorofknowledge Doctoral Level Producer ofknowledge All graduate level students must understand the basics of research methods Stephen E Brock PhD NCSP EDS 248 Human Development and Learning g The Research Process Identify a question Review available literature Develop hypotheses Collect data Analyze data Interpret results Types of Research Qualitative Describes Uses words Open and genera Natural and subjective Quantitative Measures Uses numbers Closed and speci c Arti cial Objective Specific Methods Historical Ethnographic Descriptive Correlational Group Comparison Ex Post Facto Experiments Quasi Experiments Single Subject Stephen E Brock PhD NCSP 4 EDS 248 Human Development and Learning Next Week Research what is normal pregnancy birth and infancy From independent research write three t discussion ques ions Begin to focus on developmental amp health history questionnaire development See the instructor ifyou would like it to have a special focus eg ADHD Autism Dyslexia Stephen E Brock PhD NCSP 5