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EPSE 302: Situated Learners Contexts of Learning and Development

Description
Teacher candidates will investigate the contexts of understanding knowledge and learning, learner diversity and development. This will include child and adolescent development, assessment, exceptionalities, and language use in learning. It will also include a focus on related implications for pedagogical decision-making, with attention to adapting and modifying curriculum to accommodate diverse learners’ cognitive, emotional, physical, and age-specific growth. This course addresses three of the six semester hours required by the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB) content for teacher certification.
Credit units
3
Term description
3L
College
Education
Department
Ed Psych and Special Education
Note:
Students with credit for EPSE 258 or EDUC 302 or EPSE 202 will not receive credit for this course.