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Course ID

ED440 

Course Section

Cross Listing 1

 

Cross Listing 2

 

Cross Listing 3

 

Course Title

Early Adolescent Development 

MPSL

 

Number of Credits

2-3 

Course Maximum Enrollment

16 

Adult Enrichment

No 

Willing to ProRate?

Yes 

Text Book(s) Required

Brown, D. F. and T. Knowles (2007). What Every Middle School Teacher Should Know. Heinemann.
ISBN 13:978-0-325-00953-7
ISBN 10:0-325-00953-8

Instructor(s) Name

Ray Boehmer 

Instructor's Email

rboehmer@millikin.edu 

College or School Name

College of Professional Studies 

Class Date(s)

May 19,20,21,22,23,27,28,29,30 

Meeting Days

Monday; Tuesday; Wednesday; Thursday; Friday 

Meeting Times

10:30 - 1:30 

Room Request

SH303 or SH310 

Description

This course studies the development of youth of the middle school ages (10-14).  It focuses on the developmental characteristics of, and the nature and needs of, early adolescents in relation to teaching at the middle level.  A twenty hour internship is required for Millikin undergraduates taking the course.  Please contact Dr. Ray Boehmer via email for additional information once you have registered for this course.

This course meets 1/2 of the requirements for Education majors desiring a middle level endorsement.  Current Millikin students should sign up for 2 credits; Millikin graduates and non-Millikin students need to sign up for 3 credits to meet state mandates.  An additional project will be assigned to students taking the course for 3 credits in order to complete full requirements.

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Immersion Term

Summer 2014 

CRN

 

International Travel Course

No 

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ED440 Early Adolescent Development 
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