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1 University of North Texas at Dallas Spring 2016 Instructor Name: Address: DFST 1013 Human Hannah Mills Mechler, MS, ABD Office Hours: Please contact me by to make an office hours appointment. Virtual office hours: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, between 5:15-5:45 PM. Classroom Location: Online Class Meeting Days & Times: Online Course Catalog Description: Human (3 hours). Introduction to the theories and processes of physical, cognitive, and social development of the individual from conception until death. Suitable for non-majors. Satisfies the Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement of the University Core Curriculum. Required Craig, G.J., & Dunn, W.L. (2010). Understanding Human (2 nd ed.). Text: Prentice Hall. ISBN 13: ISBN 10: Access to Learning UNT Dallas Library: Resources: phone: (972) ; web: UNT Dallas Bookstore: phone: (972) ; Course Goals or Overview: The goals of this course are as follows - Provide students with an in-depth study of issues surrounding physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development of the individual across the lifespan. Issues specifically addressed include: developmental theory, concepts, and research; physiological change across the lifespan; cognitive development: growth/decline in reasoning and processing skills, issues related to intelligence, language development, effect on decision-making; socioemotional development: personality development, attachment/love, parent-child-peer relationships, aspects of culture; death. Learning Objectives/Outcomes: At the end of this course, students will be able to: 1. Identify key concepts/theories related to the developmental stage of infancy. 2. Identify key concepts/theories related to the developmental stage of childhood. 3. Identify key concepts/theories related to the developmental stage of adolescence. 4. Identify key concepts/theories related to the developmental stage of adulthood. 5. Discuss and identify concepts related with heredity and the environment. 6. Discuss and identify factors that impact prenatal development. 1

2 7. Identify the importance/the role of human development. 8. Identify key concepts/theories related to death/dying. 9. Identify and connect theories/concepts presented in every developmental stage to the Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities (PPR) standards. The PPR Standards include: (Retrieved from tea.texas.gov/workarea/downloadasset.aspx?id= ) Standard I.* The teacher designs instruction appropriate for all students that reflects an understanding of relevant content and is based on continuous and appropriate assessment. Standard II.* The teacher creates a classroom environment of respect and rapport that fosters a positive climate for learning, equity, and excellence. Standard III.* The teacher promotes student learning by providing responsive instruction that makes use of effective communication techniques, instructional strategies that actively engage students in the learning process, and timely, high-quality feedback. Standard IV. * The teacher fulfills professional roles and responsibilities and adheres to legal and ethical requirements of the profession. Assignments, such as questions posed by the instructor in the discussion board forums are tailored to provide students with opportunities to apply material presented each week to the PPR standards. Examples of PPR standards that will be fostered by students completion of assignments (readings, discussion boards, etc.) include: 1.1k the intellectual, social, physical, and emotional developmental characteristics; 1.5k cultural and socioeconomic differences and the significance of these students when planning instruction, differences for instructional planning; 1.11k current research on best pedagogical practices; 1.12k the importance of developing instructional goals and objectives that are clear; 1.20k features of instruction that maximize students thinking skills; 1.22k how materials, technology, and other resources may be used to support instructional content and meet instructional goals and objectives; 2.1k the importance of creating a learning environment in which diversity and individual differences are respected; 2.2k the impact of teacher-student interactions and interactions among students on classroom climate and student learning and development; 2.3k ways to establish a positive classroom climate that fosters active engagement in learning among students; 2.13k theories and techniques relating to managing and monitoring student; 2.14k appropriate behavior standards and expectations for students at various developmental levels; 2.23k students emotional needs and ways to address needs; 3.1k the importance of clear, accurate communication in the teaching and learning process; 3.2k principles and strategies for communicating effectively in varied teaching and learning contexts; 3.3k spoken and written language that is appropriate to students ages, interests, and backgrounds; 4.1k the importance of families involvement in their children s education; and 4.2k appropriate ways for working and communicating effectively with families in varied contexts. 2

3 Online Course Outline This schedule is subject to change by the instructor. Any changes to this schedule will be communicated in class or via class or Blackboard announcement. Additional readings and activities may be added, these will be noted in the Readings and Activities/Assignments sections. TOPICS Introduction to the course Read syllabus Assignment: Student introduction on the Discussion Board Due on 1/22/2016 at 10:00 PM TIMELINE Week of 1/19/2016 *Meets learning objective 7 & 9. * Chapter 1: Introduction to Human Assignment: Discussion Board 1 Due on 1/29/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 1/26/2016 *Meets learning objective 7 & 9. * Chapter 2: Heredity and Environment Assignment: Discussion Board 2 Due on 2/5/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 2/2/2016 *Meets learning objectives 5, 7, and 9. * Chapter 3: Prenatal and Childbirth Assignment: Quiz 1 over chapters 1-3 Due on 2/12/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 2/9/2016 *Meets learning objectives 6, 7, and 9. * Chapter 4: Infancy and Toddlerhood: Physical, Cognitive, and Language Assignment: Discussion Board 3 Due on 2/19/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 2/16/2016 *Meets learning objectives 1, 7, and 9. * Chapter 5: Infancy and Toddlerhood: Personality and Sociocultural Assignment: Discussion Board 4 Due on 2/26/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 2/23/2016 *Meets learning objective 7 and 9. * 3

4 Chapter 6: Early Childhood: Physical, Cognitive, and Language Chapter 7: Early Childhood: Personality and Sociocultural Assignment: Quiz 2 over chapters 4-6 Due on 3/4/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 3/1/2016 *Meets learning objectives 2, 7, and 9. * Midterm Exam (over chapters 1-7) Opens on 3/7/2016 at 8:00 AM Due on 3/11/2016 at 8:00 AM Week of 3/8/2016 *Meets learning objectives 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, and 9. * Spring break- enjoy! No assignments due. Week of 3/15/2016 Chapter 8: Middle Childhood: Physical and Cognitive Assignments: Discussion Board 5 Due on 3/25/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 3/22/2016 *Meets learning objectives 2, 7, and 9. * Chapter 9: Middle Childhood: Physical and Cognitive Assignment: Discussion Board 6 Due on 4/1/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 3/29/2016 *Meets learning objectives 2, 7, and 9. * Chapter 10: Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Chapter 11: Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood: Personality and Sociocultural Week of 4/5/2016 Assignments: Quiz 3 over chapters 8-11 Due on 4/8/2016 at 10:00 PM *Meets learning objectives 3, 7, and 9. * Chapter 12: Young Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Chapter 13: Young Adulthood: Personality and Sociocultural Week of 4/12/2016 Assignment: Discussion Board 7 Due on 4/15/2016 at 10:00 PM *Meets learning objectives 4, 7, and 9. * 4

5 Chapter 14: Middle Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Chapter 15: Middle Adulthood: Personality and Sociocultural Assignment: Discussion Board 8 Due on 4/22/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 4/19/2016 *Meets learning objectives 4, 7, and 9. * Chapter 16: Older Adulthood: Physical and Cognitive Chapter 17: Older Adulthood: Personality and Sociocultural Assignment: Quiz 4 over chapters Due on 4/29/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 4/26/2016 *Meets learning objectives 4, 7, and 9. * Chapter 18: Death and Dying Assignment: Discussion Board 9 Due on 5/5/2016 at 10:00 PM Week of 5/3/2015 *Meets learning objectives 7, 8, and 9. * Final Exam (over chapters 8-18) Opens on 5/9/2016 at 8:00 AM Due on 5/12/2016 at 8:00 AM Week of 5/10/2015 *Meets learning objectives 2-9. * 5

6 Course Evaluation Methods and Rubrics This course will utilize the following instruments to determine student grades and proficiency of the learning outcomes for the course. These assignments will also provide opportunities to learn and apply the PPR standards. A.) Discussion Posts (10 total, worth 10 points each): 100 points -Weekly Discussion Posts: Students will be presented a question posted by the instructor in the discussion board, which will be based upon the assigned material for each week. Students will be asked to respond to at least one other peer s post by adding or commenting to the student about the academic material for each week. Weekly discussion boards may be found in the Discussions link in UNT Dallas Blackboard. See the course calendar for due dates. Late work will not be accepted. This assignment will be graded the following way: 0 Points: Student does not respond to instructor s post or a student s post 5 Points: Student only responds to instructor s post, but not another student s post. Or, student only responds to another student s post, but not the instructor s post. 10 Points: Student responds to instructor and another student s post. -Student Introduction Post: Students will be asked to post an introduction noting their names, major, and professional goals. Students will be asked to respond to at least one other peer s post by welcoming them to class. Please keep comments professional, within an academic environment. This discussion board may be found in the Discussions link in UNT Dallas Blackboard. See the course calendar for due dates. Late work will not be accepted. Discussion Board posts will be graded the following way: 0 Points: Student does not submit an introduction post and does not respond to another peer s post. 5 Points: Student only submits an introduction post, but does not reply to another student s post. 10 Points: Student submits an introduction post and responds to another student s post. B.) Quizzes (4 total, worth 20 points each): 80 points -Weekly Quizzes: A quiz will be due every week based upon the assigned material. Questions on the quiz will be presented in the form of true/false, multiple choice, or short answer. See the course calendar for due dates. Late work will not be accepted. Quizzes will be graded the following way: 0 Points: Student does not complete/submit the quizzes. The rest of the points will be determined by the number of correct answers a student earns on the quizzes. The quiz will be graded automatically by Blackboard, since the quizzes will be in the form of true/false or multiple choice. 6

7 C.) Exams (2 total, worth 50 points each): 100 points -Midterm Exam: The midterm exam will consist of material that was presented from the beginning of the semester to the midterm exam date. To prepare for the exam, focus on the assigned readings, quiz material, and topics presented in the discussion boards. See the course calendar for dates when the exam will be available/due. Late work will not be accepted. The exams are located in the Exams link in UNTD Blackboard. -Final Exam: The final exam will consist of material that was presented from the midterm to the end of the semester. To prepare for the exam, focus on the assigned readings, quiz material, and topics presented in the discussion boards. See the course calendar for dates when the exam will be available/due. Late work will not be accepted. The exams are located in the Exams link in UNTD Blackboard. The exams will be graded the following way: 0 Points: Student does not complete/submit the exam(s). The rest of the points will be determined by the number of correct answers a student earns on the exam(s). The format of the exams will include multiple choice, true/false, or short answer questions. D.) Attendance (16 weeks total, worth 10 point each): 160 points -Attendance will be measured by students completion of weekly assigned material (i.e., discussion board posts, quizzes, or exams). Late work will not be accepted. Attendance will be graded the following way: 0 Points: Student does not complete the weekly assignment(s). 10 Points: Student completes each weekly assignment(s). Grading Matrix: Activities/Assignments Discussion Board Posts Quizzes Exams (Midterm and Final) Attendance Total: Value (points & percentages) 100 Points Total 23% of Grade 80 Points Total 18% of Grade 100 Points Total 23% of Grade 160 Points Total 36.3% of Grade 440 Points Total Grade Determination A = 90% or better B = % 7

8 C = % D = % F = less than 60% University Policies and Procedures Students with Disabilities (ADA Compliance): Chapter 7(7.004) Disability Accommodations for Students The University of North Texas at Dallas makes reasonable academic accommodation for students with disabilities. Students seeking accommodations must first register with the Disability Services Office (DSO) to verify their eligibility. If a disability is verified, the DSO will provide you with an accommodation letter to be delivered to faculty to begin a private discussion regarding your specific needs in a course. You may request accommodations at any time, however, DSO notices of accommodation should be provided as early as possible in the semester to avoid any delay in implementation. Note that students must obtain a new letter of accommodation for every semester and must meet/communicate with each faculty member prior to implementation in each class. Students are strongly encouraged to deliver letters of accommodation during faculty office hours or by appointment. Faculty members have the authority to ask students to discuss such letters during their designated office hours to protect the privacy of the student. For additional information see the Disability Services Office website at You may also contact them by phone at ; by at or at Building 2, room 204. Blackboard Learn Accessibility Statement: University of North Texas at Dallas is committed to ensuring its online and hybrid courses are usable by all students and faculty including those with disabilities. If you encounter any difficulties with technologies, please contact our ITSS Department. To better assist them, you would want to have the operating system, web browser and information on any assistive technology being used. Blackboard Learn course management system's accessibility statement is also provided: NOTE: Additional instructional technology tools, such as Turnitin, Respondus, Panopto, and publisher cartridge content (i.e. MyLab, Pearson, etc.) may NOT be fully ADA compliant. Please contact our Disability Office should you require additional assistance utilizing any of these tools. Student Evaluation of Teaching Effectiveness Policy: Student s evaluations of teaching effectiveness is a requirement for all organized classes at UNT Dallas. This short survey will be made available to you at the end of the semester, providing you a chance to comment on how this class is taught. I am very interested in the feedback I get from students, as I work to continually improve my teaching. I consider students evaluations to be an important part of your participation in this class. Assignment Policy: Late work will not be accepted on any assignment. The only exceptions for accepting late work will be documented reasons for the absence in the form of a doctor's note. Examples include a birth or death in the family. 8

9 Exam Policy: Late work will not be accepted on any assignment. The only exceptions for accepting late work will be documented reasons for the absence in the form of a doctor's note. Examples include a birth or death in the family. Academic Integrity: Academic integrity is a hallmark of higher education. You are expected to abide by the University s code of Academic Integrity policy. Any person suspected of academic dishonesty (i.e., cheating or plagiarism) will be handled in accordance with the University s policies and procedures. Refer to the Student Code of Academic Integrity at ntegrity.pdf for complete provisions of this code. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, cheating, plagiarizing, fabrication of information or citations, facilitating acts of dishonesty by others, having unauthorized possession of examinations, submitting work of another person or work previously used without informing the instructor, or tampering with the academic work of other students. Web-based Plagiarism Detection: Please be aware in some online or hybrid courses, students may be required to submit written assignments to Turnitin, a web-based plagiarism detection service, or another method. If submitting to Turnitin, please remove your title page and other personal information. Classroom Policies Online Attendance and Participation: The University attendance policy is in effect for this course. Class attendance in the Blackboard classroom and participation is expected because the class is designed as a shared learning experience, and because essential information not in the textbook will be discussed in the discussion board. Online presence and participation in all class discussions is essential to the integration of course material and your ability to demonstrate proficiency.. Attendance for this online or hybrid course is considered when you are logged in and active in Blackboard, i.e., posting assignments, taking quizzes, or completing Discussion Boards. To maintain financial aid award eligibility, activity must occur before the census date of the session or term of the course. Refer to for specific dates. If you are absent/not active in the course shell, it is YOUR responsibility to let the instructor know immediately, upon your return, the reason for your absence if it is to be excused. All instructors must follow university policy covering excused absences; however, it is the instructor s discretion, as outlined in the course syllabus, of how unexcused absences may or may not count against successful completion of the course Inclement Weather and Online Classes: Online classes may or may not be effected by campus closures due to inclement weather. Unless otherwise notified by your instructor via , online messaging, or online announcement, students should assume that assignments are due as scheduled. Online Netiquette: In any social interaction, certain rules of etiquette are expected and contribute to more enjoyable and productive communication. s, Discussion Board messages and/or any other forms of written 9

10 communication in the online environment should use proper netiquette (i.e., no writing in all caps (usually denotes yelling), no curse words, and no flaming messages (angry, personal attacks). Racial, ethnic, or gender slurs will not be tolerated, nor will pornography of any kind. Any violation of online netiquette may result in a loss of points or removal from the course and referral to the Dean of Students, including warnings and other sanctions in accordance with the University s policies and procedures. Refer to the Student Code of Student Rights Responsibilities and Conduct at Respect is a given principle in all online communication. Therefore, please be sure to proofread all of your written communication prior to submission. Diversity/Tolerance Policy: Students are encouraged to contribute their perspectives and insights to class discussions in the online environment. However, offensive & inappropriate language (swearing) and remarks offensive to others of particular nationalities, ethnic groups, sexual preferences, religious groups, genders, or other ascribed statuses will not be tolerated. Disruptions which violate the Code of Student Conduct will be referred to the Dean of Students as the instructor deems appropriate. Technology Requirements: In order to successfully access the materials in an online or hybrid course, UNT Dallas advises that your computer be equipped with the minimum system requirements. Blackboard Learn 9.1 is the platform software for this course. Blackboard Learn supports major web browsers such as Windows Internet Explorer, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. However, since the latter two are updated continually, some recent versions may not be compatible. If you experience difficulty accessing or using components of the course, try using Internet Explorer. Also, no matter what browser you use, always enable pop-ups. For more information see: https://help.blackboard.com/enus/learn/9.1_sp_12_and_sp_13/student/040_browser_support_for_sp_13 https://learn.unt.edu/bbcswebdav/institution/browsercheck/check_full.html 10

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