|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||The Early Adolescent in Middle School Settings|
Addresses the characteristics of early adolescents in general, and, in particular, cultural, social, and familial settings, as well as responsive programs. Some topics include transition between childhood and adolescence; cognitive styles; sex and cultural differences; moral development; teacher-student relationships; and the effect of school organization, curriculum and support services. Three lecture hours per week. Required of Educational Studies Majors in the Middle School concentration.