How People Learn

Introduction to theories of learning in formal and informal settings, including theories related to memory, learning, and intelligence; cognitive, social, and affective aspects of learning; the influence of context on learning, including learning with psychological tools, such as language and technological resources; individual differences that may affect learning; and practical applications of learning theory. Enroll Info: None

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Human Dev-Infancy&Childhood

Normative processes and individual differences in physical, mental, social and emotional development and behavior from infancy through late childhood. Enroll Info: None

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Thinking and Learning

Designed to explore the psychological principles that are relevant to learning, knowing, and teaching. Focuses on ideas, questions, and contextual applications. Reflect on personal approaches to learning, knowing, and teaching, and think about past, present, and future experiences through a variety of different lenses. Enroll Info: None

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Proactively Addressing Needs

Examines promotion, prevention, and intervention approaches and strategies relating to how to best address students’ social, emotional, and behavioral needs within the school setting. Examine ways to promote positive development within students. Evaluate prevention programs and approaches and how to implement these in school settings. Explore systematic approaches for addressing social, emotional, and behavioral needs once they are present. Explore these strategies at each level of K-12 education (i.e., elementary, middle, and high). Enroll Info: None

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Engaging with Ed Research

An introduction to issues in consuming and conducting education research. Focus on research paradigms and methods frequently used in education research. Enroll Info: None

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Clinical Pract-School Psych

Applied experience in comprehensive psychological and educational evaluation procedures with children, parent interviewing, school consultation; remedial therapeutic, and counseling techniques with children and parents; practicum experience individually determined by student’s prior training and course work. Enroll Info: None

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