Focuses on knowledge of growth and motor development principles from theory and research with applications for teaching and coaching individuals with disabilities.
This course focuses on theoretical and methodological underpinnings of child and adolescent growth, maturation, and motor development. An overview of issues in human development with emphasis on the intersection between the individual, task, and the environment is presented. This information will facilitate students’ abilities to integrate bio-psycho-social content into practical applications for individuals with disabilities.
Made edits recommended by the College of Education Curriculum Comittee (CECC).