This unit is only for Education students undertaking courses ABED, EBED, EBEC and EBST.
|1.||Explain key concepts regarding children and young people's physical, cognitive, psycho-emotional and social development;|
|2.||Demonstrate an understanding of impact factors that shape human development through use of biomedical, sociocultural and ecological determinants conceptual lenses;|
|3.||Analyse connections between children and young people's development, wellbeing and global human development;|
|4.||Consider how human development models have shaped childhood and education by challenging their own and institutional assumptions about transitional, relational and cultural perspectives on human development;|
|5.||Examine the changing nature of childhood and the agency of young people, and how education is shifting accordingly;|
|Assignment||Case based analysis of practice informed by theory. Overview of a current issue affecting human development.||20%|
|Report||Report on strategies to support development.||45%|
|Journal||Review of key concepts and literature||35%|
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