GISW EDPSYCH 4152/5152 Development of the Middle School Aged Child -- 3 unit(s)

Focus on the cognitive, physical, social and emotional development of the middle school aged child (ages 11 to 15). Examination of the contexts of the middle school child including the home, school and peers.

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Course syllabus
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Delivery

GIS Web IconThis course is available in an online format, utilizing web pages and eLearning, a learning management system requiring Internet access and a web browser. Students may need access to someone who can assist with computer set-up.

Prerequisites
UNI students: junior standing
Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) distribution area
Students working toward their Bachelor of Liberal Studies may apply credit earned in this course to their degree. This Guided Independent Study course is applicable to the Professional Fields distribution area. Learn more about the BLS degree program.
Instructor(s)
Suzanne Freedman, Associate Professor
Textbook(s)

Stepp, L. Our Last Best Shot: Guiding Our Children through Early Adolescence. 2000. New York: Riverhead Books.

Stickle, F. E. Annual Editions: Adolescent Psychology. 2007/5th edition. Dubuque, Iowa: McGraw Hill-Contemporary Books.

Additional Course Materials

A course packet containing reading materials is available from the Guided Independent Study Office for $46.

PURCHASING TEXTBOOKS
University Book and Supply (UBS) carries most books used in GIS courses. Search for textbooks by course choosing "UNIV.NORTHERN IOWA" and the term you are enrolled in and GSW (web) or GSP (print) for the section.

Visit UBS at 1009 West 23rd Street, Cedar Falls, IA 50613
Phone: 319-266-7581 or 800-728-7581, Email: bookstore@panthersupply.com

Texts may also be available from www.bookfinder.com.

To enroll
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For more information
Guided Independent Study
UNI Continuing and Distance Education
319-273-2123 or 800-772-1746
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