EDUC 315 - Educational Developmental Psychology: Learning and Management
This course focuses on effective classroom management and instructional practices based in psychological, educational, and neuroscience research. Students explore the importance of academic mindset, trauma-informed practices, implicit bias, Universal Design for Learning, and the role of language and relationships in classrooms. Using texts, classroom observations, and individual inquiries, students create unique projects to demonstrate their ability to appropriately apply theoretical frameworks to their future work in classrooms.
This course taken at the graduate level requires additional readings and assignments.
Cross-listed: EDUC 515
Prerequisite: EDUC 200
Corequisite: EDUC 331/531 and EDUC 330 or EDUC 321/521 and EDUC 320