The Instructor for this course is Randy Strueby
First Offered in 2011
Developed by Todd Paslawski
Psychology 30: Human Development
This course has no prerequisites although Psychology 20 is recommended.
Psychology 30 is designed for students to explore the factors influencing biological, cognitive, emotional and spiritual development across the lifespan. Students will learn about human growth and changes in behaviour from infancy through adulthood and examine the impact of nature and nurture on human development. Students will also investigate major theoretical perspectives, research methods and Indigenous perspectives related to lifespan development and engage in investigative inquiries of contemporary psychology issues.
The Saskatchewan Learning Psychology 30 Curriculum Guide can be found at...
Course Information / Credit Recovery Units
Overview/Web Savvy and What is Developmental Psychology? (15 days)
Becoming a Parent (15 days)
Prenatal Development: Domains and Delivery (15 days)
Birth to Two Years Old: Physical and Cognitive Development (15 days)
Birth to Two Years Old: Social and Emotional Development (15 days)
Early Childhood: Physical and Cognitive Development (20 days)
Early Childhood: Social and Emotional Development (20 days)
Adulthood: Changes and Choices (20 days)
Adulthood: Identity and Experience (20 days)
Review and Preparation for the Examination (5 days)