SWL206 - Human Development for Social Service Providers
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Human Development for Social Service Providers
The subject introduces the student to models of human development that will be instrumental in informing the knowledge base of their social service practice. Students will become aware of the myriad of factors ? physiological, cognitive, emotional, social, cultural, and subjective ? affecting human development throughout the lifespan.
One credit in the Social Service Worker Program
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
1. Describe theoretical approaches in human development from a
life span perspective
2. Distinguish research approaches in human development from a
life span perspective
3. Associate physiological, cognitive, intellectual, social
and personality states to human life stages.
4. Interpret developmental psychology from a cultural
5. Identify socio-historical context in shaping life span
6. Apply human development theory to case study
7. Analyze underlying social structures affecting individuals
from a lifespan perspective
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