ED PSYCH 320:

Human Development in Infancy and Childhood

With Nigel Noll

Online

About this course: Want to learn about infants and children?  Interested in a career in pediatrics or education? If so, Educational Psychology 320: Human Development in Infancy and Childhood is the class for you! This course provides a broad overview of developmental changes from conception through childhood. The lessons, interactive activities, and videos will provide an overview of changes in physical, motor, perceptual, cognitive, language, emotional, and social development throughout early development. This course is designed to fit your summer lifestyle by letting you choose multiple paths to the same end. Whether you will also be working, studying, or hanging out, you’ll find course content and timing that meets your needs.

Ed Psych 320: Infancy and Childhood Development Times

ONLINE

Ed Psych 320: Infancy and Childhood Development Dates
June 19 –
August 13
Ed Psych 320: Infancy and Childhood Development Credits
Credit
Course
Ed Psych 320: Infancy and Childhood Development Questions
Questions?

Contact bbbrown@wisc.edu

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