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The study of physical, emotional, cognitive and behavioral changes that take place throughout human life, from conception to death, in order to acquire knowledge and skills in the field of developmental psychology necessary in teaching.
-To know a series of theories and concepts specific to developmental psychology.
-To become familiar with / use the tools and techniques specific to developmental psychology.
-To make up the bio-psycho-social profile of the ages in the different stages of development.
- To present the main educational problems and existential events
adults of different ages.
-To develop the skills of teamwork and presentation of the main concepts characteristic of the different stages of the person's development.
Course Entry Requirements:
1. Human development
2. Development factors
3. Theory and research
4. Prenatal period
5. The newborn
6. Early childhood
13. Old age
14. The end of life
• conducting the teaching and learning process in preschool and primary school • counseling and psycho-pedagogical support for various educational groups • cooperation in interdisciplinary teams in order to carry out programs and projects in education • life-long learning
Learning outcomes verification and assessment criteria:
Written paper – 60%; Continuous assessment – 40%.
White, F. & Livesey, D. & Hayes, B.,
Developmental Psychology: From Infancy to Adulthood, P.Ed Australia
Slater, A. & J. Gavin Bremner, J. G.,
An Introduction to Developmental Psychology, Wiley
Mitchell, P. & Ziegler, F.,
Fundamentals of Developmental Psychology, Taylor & Francis Ltd
, Hove, United Kingdom
Leman, P., Bremner, A., Parke. R., Gauvain, M,
Developmental Psychology, McGraw-Hill
, New York
Psychology of Human Development, Forgotten Books