SPCL 7943X Problems of Child and Adolescent Development I

30 hours plus independent work, and conference; 3 credits

Typical and atypical development of children and adolescents in urban and multicultural contexts, including physiological, neurological, orthopedic, health and sensory challenges, traumatic brain injury and cognitive impairments. Intensive study of illustrative and case material. Biological, psychological, sociological, cultural, and linguistic influences. Assistive technologies and other interventions.

Prerequisite: matriculation in the school psychologist program and permission of the program head.


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