EFRT 304 - Human Development and Learning: Middle Level and K-12
This course introduces students to the psychological and social dimensions of learning and development and their influence on students’ participation in school. The course focuses on psychological theories of learning and development, classroom management, and the relationship between psychological theory and classroom practice in elementary and middle school classrooms. 30-40 hours of field experience is required in addition to regularly scheduled on-campus class sessions. Concurrent enrollment with ◆ EFRT 311 - Instructional Planning and Assessment: Middle Level and K-12. Prerequisites: Admission to the teacher education program. Grade only. Offered each semester.