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I. Orientation Session ( including VMGO) and Leveling off

II. Basic Concepts and Issues on Human Development
A. Human Development Meaning, Concepts and Approaches
B. The Core Issues on Human Development C. Research in Child and Adolescent Development
D. Developmental Theories


III. Four Broad Dimension of Child and Adolescent Development a. First Dimension: Physical
Development A.1 Pre-natal Development A.2 brain Development A.3 Perceptual Development
A.4 Motor Development

WEEK 3-5
IV. Second Dimension of Cognitive Development
B.1 Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development

B.2 Vygotsky’s Theory of Development
B.3 Information Processing Theory B.4 Intelligence Theory

V. Third Dimension: Language and Literacy Development
C.1 Behaviorist Theory
C.2 Nativist Theory
C.3 Interactionist Theory ( Cognitive)
C.4 Interactionist Theory ( Contextual)
C.5 Literacy Development

VI. D. Fourth Dimension: Socio-emotional and Moral Development
D.1 Erickson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development
D.2 Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory
D.3 Lawrence Kohlberg’s Cognitive Theory of Moral Development
D.4 Carol Gilligan’s Theory of Moral Development

VII.A.1 Factors Affecting Development
A. Maternal Nutrition, Child Nutrition, Early Sensory Stimulation
B. Age- related Changes: Universal Changes, Group Specific Changes, Individual Changes
C. Parenting, Role Modeling Peer Group Interactions

VIII. Manila . Midterm & Final). Exceptional Development Integration of Values Human Dignity . Learning Principles and Theories A. Physical Health. Various Developmental Disorders in Children and Adolescents B. Research Works. Equality. Skinner Operant Conditioning Theory B. 60% passing mark. Analysis and report) Examinations (Prelim. Quezon.3. Laws of Learning and Other Laws of Learning with Pedagogical Relevance IX. Manila Philippines. B. Ph. assignments. Class Discussions on Assigned Topics. Initiative. ( 2010) Lorimar Publishing Incorporated.2.40% * Major Outcome-based Project . Child and Adolescent Development.Individual Reports. Theories of Learning B. Corpuz. al. City . Self-esteem. 2. Role Playing. Brenda B. Exercises. Optimism Course Requirements Individual and group quizzes and exams Reflection/reaction papers on reading and other learning activities Learning log/journals Major requirement: Case study (case observation. Behavioral Theories of Learning B.D.1. Social Learning Theory C. Child and Adolescent Development ( 2008) Rex Book Store. Nature of Learning B. Activities Grading System 1. Open-mindedness. * Class Standing ( quizzes. Children with Special Needs A. Self-control . Independence. Factors that Contribute to Learning D.F. other outputs/performances 20% * Major Examinations . et. Victoria D. transmutation of raw scores or cumulative related scores. class participation...40% References: Acero.