COE Undergraduate Course Offerings for Summer 2019

More information can be found on the SDSU Registrar's Summer Session page.

General Education Courses

Prerequisites: Psychology 101, Sociology 101, and completion of
the General Education requirement in Foundations II.B., Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Impact of relationship violence on individual development and
ecological relationships. Historical and cultural contexts, child
abuse and neglect, courtship violence, elder abuse, and violence
in communities.

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Prerequisite: Completion of the General Education requirement
in Foundations of Learning II. B., Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Effects of stress on physical and psychological states and life
choices. Stress management practices that contribute to optimal
health and productive life planning.

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Three lectures and one hour of discussion.
American Sign Language structure, use, literature, and deaf culture. Introductory level communication competence in ASL. Not open to students with credit in Dual Language and English Learner Education 102 or 201.

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Three lectures and one hour of discussion. Prerequisite: Dual Language and English Learner Education 101. Continuation of Dual Language and English Learner Education 101. Beginning level communication competence in American Sign Language. Not open to students with credit in Dual Language and English Learner Education 201. (Formerly numbered Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences 102.)

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Three lectures and one hour of discussion. Prerequisite: Dual Language and English Learner Education 102. Continuation of Dual Language and English Learner Education 102. Intermediate level communication competence in American Sign Language. (Formerly numbered Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences 201.)

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Laboratory in public agencies and business settings to integrate academic work with experiences in the community. (Formerly numbered Educational Leadership 404.)

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Prerequisite: Completion of all lower division preparation for the major courses with a grade of C (2.0) or better. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Family interaction patterns throughout the life cycle in a multicultural society. Emphasis on theories, research findings, and family practices.

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Prerequisites: Child and Family Development 135, 270, 270L (one unit). Parenting from conception to age five. Attachment, temperament, behavior regulation in cultural context. Effects of parenting styles and interactions on child’s developmental outcomes.

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Prerequisites: Child and Family Development 135, 270, 270L (one unit). Parenting the school-age child (ages 5-12). Developmental tasks, parent-child relationship, parenting styles, parents’ role as managers, parent involvement in education. Boundaries and behavioral guidelines to raise an emotionally competent child.

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Prerequisites: Child and Family Development 135, 270, 270L (one unit). Theories and research on parenting teens and young adults within cultural contexts. Effects of parent-child relationship, parenting styles and discipline on identity formation, separation individuation, and intimacy.

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Prerequisite: Completion of all lower division preparation for the major courses with a grade of C (2.0) or better. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Methods for measuring child, caregiver, and family behavior. Evaluation of reliability and validity. Includes research design, sampling techniques, data collection strategies, and values/ethics.

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Prerequisites: Credit or concurrent registration in one of two required Child and Family Development 378 laboratory courses in area of specialization, selected with consent of adviser. Completion of all lower division preparation for the major courses with a grade of C (2.0) or better. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Physiological, psychological, cognitive, and socio-emotional development of the human organism in cultural contexts from conception to three years of age.

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Prerequisites: Credit or concurrent registration in one of two required Child and Family Development 378 laboratory courses in area of specialization, selected with consent of adviser. Completion of all lower division preparation for the major courses with a grade of C (2.0) or better. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Physiological, psychological, cognitive, and socio-emotional development of the human organism in cultural contexts from age 3 to age 12. Not open to students with credit in Child and Family Development 371 and 375.

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Prerequisites: Credit or concurrent registration in one of two required Child and Family Development 378 laboratory courses in area of specialization, selected with consent of adviser. Completion of all lower division preparation for the major courses with a grade of C (2.0) or better. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Physiological, psychological, cognitive, and socio-emotional development of the human organism in cultural contexts from age 12 to old age. Not open to students with credit in Child and Family Development 371 and 375.

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Three hours of laboratory for each unit of credit. Prerequisites: Credit or concurrent registration in Child and Family Development 375A. Completion of all lower division preparation for the major courses with a grade of C (2.0) or better. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Directed experiences in mainstream settings for infants and toddlers. Observing, screening, assessing, designing, and implementing developmentally appropriate activities. Maximum credit three units with consent of instructor.

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Three hours of laboratory for each unit of credit. Prerequisites: Credit or concurrent registration in Child and Family Development 375B. Completion of all lower division preparation for the major courses with a grade of C (2.0) or better. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Directed experiences in mainstream settings for children ages 3 to 6, preschool, and kindergarten children. Observing, screening, assessing, designing and implementing developmentally appropriate activities. Maximum credit three units with consent of instructor. Not to exceed three units of credit in any combination with Child and Family Development 376A completed prior to fall 2006.

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Prerequisites: Child and Family Development 353A, 353B, 353C, 375A, 375B, 375C, and two units selected from Child and Family Development 378A, 378B, 378C, or 378D. Individual and systems-level approach to supporting young child behavior. Strategies for self-regulation, and three-tiers intervention, in early education settings and at home, to support all children, a targeted group of children who require additional support, and individual children who require intensive support.

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Prerequisites: Child and Family Development 370, 375A, 375B, 375C, two units from Child and Family Development 378A, 378B, 378C, 378D, and Child and Family Development 536 or 537 or 590. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Ethical guidelines and other standards related to child and family development. Informed advocates for equitable educational practices and policies

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Prerequisites: Completion of five child and family development 500-level courses with a grade of C (2.0) or better in each course. Proof of completion of prerequisites required: Copy of transcript. Work experience in child and family development. Application of theoretical and evidence-based information with reflective supervision from faculty and field supervisor. Development of professional identity, cultural self-awareness, and career goals. Maximum credit six units.

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Impact of interpersonal, social, and cultural variables on understandings of self, relationships, and the world. Social construction of multiple identities. Meaning and salience of fluid identity development.

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Three lectures and two hours of activity. Prerequisite: Upper division standing. Oral, written, and communicative competencies in Spanish through practical experiences and study of socio-political and socio-cultural contexts impacting bilingual learners in culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Maximum credit eight units. (Formerly numbered Policy Studies in Language and Cross-Cultural Education 415.)

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Pedagogical and programmatic practices for addressing linguistic and academic needs of multilingual learners. Historical and theoretical foundations of bilingual education as related to bilingual and dual language programs to include instruction, curriculum, and assessment. Taught in Spanish and English. (Formerly numbered Policy Studies in Language and Cross-Cultural Education 515.)

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Overview of cultural pluralism in education, industry, business, other institutions, and society at large.

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Strategies for adapting curriculum, differentiating instruction, meeting social and behavioral needs, and modifying assessments for students with disabilities and/or gifted and talented students in general education classrooms. Meets requirements for preliminary multiple and single subject teaching credentials.

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Historical, philosophical, and legal aspects of special education that affect identification and programming for diverse learners with exceptionalities. Characteristics of individuals with special needs and implications for adapting living and learning environments. Meets special education mainstreaming requirement for all basic teaching credentials.

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Prerequisites: Credit or concurrent registration in Special Education 500; concurrent registration in Special Education 502. Theory, research, and processes in learning in relation to individuals with disabilities. Foundations of learning, development, and intervention.

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Three hours of observation/participation per week. Prerequisite: Concurrent registration in Special Education 501. Observation and participation in general and special education classrooms and related school activities for students with disabilities.

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Prerequisite: Credit or concurrent registration in Special Education 500. Historical and philosophical perspectives of cultural pluralism in special education and programs related to diverse students with disabilities. Research on curricular approaches and instructional needs. Sociocultural aspects related to disability, race, ethnicity, gender, and language.

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Prerequisite: Admission to credential program. Definition, etiology, assessment, and instructional practices used to address autism. Historical and current issues.

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Survey of children’s/adolescents’ literature and its incorporation into the classroom curriculum.

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