University students enrolled in Human Development courses utilize the
classroom as laboratory.
Courses where students have directed observation:
- FCS 1500 (Human Development Across the Lifespan)
- FCS 2610 (Understanding Children’s Behavior)
- FCS 5170 (Assessment, Cognition and Creativity)
In the following course, students use directed observation in conjunction
with learning multiple methods of recording individual and group behavior.
- FCS 2620 (Child Development Practicum)
The following course provides students with directed experiences in the
Child and Family Development Center with children up to age 5. Within a working classroom, students study and participate in the designing and implementation of developmentally appropriate activities, hone communication techniques and acquire advanced skills and strategies for working with young children.
- FCS 5190 (Early Childhood Capstone)
For more information about these classes or scheduling classroom observations, please contact Geri Mendoza.