Spring 2024 Course Information
||North Dakota State University
||3 credit hours - $600 per credit
||January 08, 2024 - May 10, 2024
This course introduces students to the developmental period of adolescence. Students examine this developmental period through the lens of theory and research of positive youth development. The course emphasizes how the developmental tasks of this life stage are influenced by (and influence) family and home, school, peers, and other contextual forces. Students critically examine theoretical and research literature and become familiar with major issues and transitions adolescents face as they successfully navigate this developmental stage.
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Disability Support Services
To request accommodations for this course, contact the disability support office at your home university. You must register each semester and for each course. Read more about the Great Plains IDEA process for requesting accommodations.
Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: A Cultural Approach
Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, Clark University
Edition: 2017, 6th ed.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association
American Psychological Association
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Approximately three weeks before the first day of class at North Dakota State University, campus coordinator Stacy Duffield
will touch base with students via email. She will encourage students to look for an email the week before classes start that will include instructions for accessing courses at NDSU.
One week before NDSU classes begin, students will receive Stacy's email which includes their ID number, user ID name, and instructions for setting up their Blackboard account at NDSU.
Students may then set their own password and security questions, choose to forward emails to a different account, and activate their NDSU Live account.
Courses may not be visible to students until the first day of classes.
This course does not require an exam proctor.
This course does not include synchronous components.
Supplemental online journal articles & readings are required and are available from your campus library website &/or inter-library loan. These articles are listed by the date of the class that the article will be discussed in.