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Introduction to Human Development Sciences 1
Takuji YOSHIKAWA Professor
Department: School of Education / Graduate School of Education and Human Development
|Class Time:||2008 Fall Tuesday|
|Recommended for:||School of Education|
To outline the basic concepts in human development sciences such as <Human> , <Development> and <Education> , focusing on the discussion and the background of those concepts.
- I require students to hand in reaction-papers every class.
- In these reaction-papers I request students to write a sentence and occasionally to do a drawing. Some of the best pictures will be shown using the overhead projector in the next class.
- I sometimes will pose a quiz during class.
To acquire a fundamental frame of reference of human development sciences by accumulating knowledge about various concepts such as <Human>, <Development> and <Education>.
None in particular. Handouts are delivered in the class as the occasion arises.
This class is an open course; however, due to the limitations of the lecture room, students who do not belong to the School of Education have to meet one of the following two conditions in order to attend this class: 1) students who must attend this class in order to graduate this year, or 2) students who need to obtain the credit to get a qualification.
Points to Note
None in particular.
Students' grading will be based on the following: 1) I require students to hand in an assignment or do a mini-exam every class, which are also used as confirmation of class attendance (20%), 2). Semester final examination (80%)
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