This subject introduces students to the major theories of physical, socio-emotional and intellectual development of primary school aged children. Students draw on contemporary research to study how individual, social-cultural and environmental factors interact to influence children's development across these domains. Implications for learning and well-being are emphasised. Students will explore factors related to high incidence disorders of childhood and the implications for practice. Current developmental and educational research is applied in considering the implications for classroom teaching and learning in contemporary classrooms.
School of Teacher Education
This subject is not available to students who have completed EPT125.
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