EPSY 320 Child Development for Educators Syllabus Summer Session I, 2013 Class Date June 3rd July 8th

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1 EPSY 320 Child for Educators Syllabus Summer Session I, 2013 Class Date June 3rd July 8th Instructor: Kayla Sweet Department of Educational Psychology Office Hours: Tuesdays, 10 AM -12 PM online only Course Purpose The purpose of Child for Educators (EPSY 320) is to give you an introduction of how children develop cognitively, physically, and emotionally along with applying learned knowledge to educational and other settings. Course Description Growth and development of the typically developing child from infancy to adolescence; implications of children s cognitive, language and psychosocial development for success in academic and social interactions. Prerequisite: Junior or senior classification. Also, because this course is conducted entirely online, students should have regular internet access. Course Objectives By the end of the course, the student should be able to: Explain and discuss developmental impacts upon a child in relation to cognitive, physical, emotional, self, gender, and language development. Synthesize impacts of family, environment, health, and other influences on child behaviors. Office Hours Online Office Hours: Tuesdays from 10am-12pm. If you have specific questions during this time, it would be beneficial to instant message me. You should be able to see that I am on-line when you look under, Course Tools, then Who s Online. You can message me by clicking on the box by my name then click Send Chat Invitation. Remember, you can also ask questions through at any time however; please expect at least a 24 hour response time. Also, will not always be answered over the weekends. I encourage you to message or during office hours. Readings Textbook: Children and Their (6th edition) by Robert V. Kail ISBN-13: ISBN-10: OR For students that prefer ebooks-they can go through CourseSmart here is the direct link:

2 Textbook Readings You will have three chapters to reach each week. You can find the schedule below under Schedule. The chapter readings will prepare you for the course assignments each week. The quizzes are heavily based upon the chapter readings. Other Readings You will have a few outside readings of articles, etc. These reading sources will be found in the course Folder for that week on elearning. These can also be found in the Schedule below. PowerPoint Slides The purpose of the PowerPoints are to help guide you through the material for the week. The PowerPoints correspond with the supporting chapter. The PowerPoints have Reflections in them which ask you questions you can answer to self monitor how well you are understanding the material. Note: there is nothing to be turned in for course credit with these Reflections it is purely for your own reflection and monitoring of understanding. **To access the PowerPoints, go to the Module Folder for that week and click on Chapters.PowerPoint Slides then click on the set of slides you want to review. Course Delivery/Software Needed The course will be taught as a Web-based course using elearning, an internet based program that offers a variety of tools for uploading assignments, viewing materials (video, text, etc.), engaging in course discussions, monitoring your progress as well as asynchronous and synchronous communication with me and your classmates. *Note any voice on the links, PowerPoints, or videos is not mine. You are expected to have regular access throughout the summer session to the Internet so that you may access elearning and the Internet. If you are taking any vacations during this course and will not have access to the Internet, you will need to let me know as soon as possible so we can make a plan. You will also need access to software that provides word processing, Windows Media Player or Flash Player, spreadsheet and PowerPoint viewing capabilities. You can download freeware at openoffice.org if you don t already have this software in the location where you will be working on this course. A link to this website can be found on elearning under Course Tools, Web Links and Helpful Links for Student Support. Internet access may be obtained through a university student account. All students are eligible for an account on the computer system at TAMU through the Computer Information Service. If you are accessing Texas A&M web sites from off campus, be sure to read about Off-Campus Networking and VPN. However, it is not necessary to install the VPN to access elearning. A link to the virtual open access lab and Help Desk is below and found in the Course Tools Web Links, and Helpful Links for Student Support on elearning. Also note that any technical issues are not an excuse for late work this includes if the server crashes; unless otherwise noted through direct contact from me via . Course Aids Start Here When you log into the elearning course for the first time, on the home page of the class there is a Start here! Course Orientation link. This short video demonstrates how to navigate through some of the course. Please take a moment to watch this. Please note: it is not my voice on the video. 2

3 Survival Guides The Survival Guides are help you progress through the course. Survival Guides are found in each weeks folder and gives you deadlines and due dates for that week. You could print it out and cross or check off the items when you have completed the tasks. Announcements One way I will communicate any updates, changes, or reminders will be through Announcements on elearning and . Please make sure to read each announcement. Course Requirements Discussions Discussions are found under each weeks Folder titled Week Discussion. There are 5 total discussions however Week 1 also has a Howdy discussion where you can obtain 3 bonus points. The purpose of the Discussions are to tie together the information from the chapters, readings, and PowerPoints from that week along with reflecting upon what your peers say. The Discussions typically ask you thought questions. Note: some ask you to watch short videos, etc. The instructor will monitor all online discussions and may contribute at times. You can expect your Discussions to be graded within a week after they are due. Your initial posting to the Discussion will be graded so be sure you have said what you want to say in your first posting. Your initial response to the Discussion is due on Wednesdays by 11:30PM. This is so that everyone has time to respond to initial responses by Thursday at 11:30PM. You are to respond to at least 2 of your Peer s Initial Reponses in order to receive full Discussion credit for that week. Your Initial Response is worth 3 points and your responses to 2 of your peers is worth 1 point each; see Discussion Rubric below for clarification. Remember everyone in the class will be able to see what you have written. Please keep it appropriate and on-topic. Note: late responses will not be graded. Discussion Rubric Initial Response: 0 pt: Student gives no response. 1 pt: Student contributes a simple comment or sentence without justification or explanation. 2 pts: Student contributes thoughtfully based on experience but doesn t exhibit knowledge of the text. 3 pts: Student contributes thoughtfully based on readings, ties it to experience or what if situations that implies forethought or reflection. Peer Response: 0 pt: Student gives no Reponses to other peers. 1 pt: Student gives a response to 1 other peer that is appropriate and ties in the coursework. 2 pts: Student gives a response to 2 other peers that is appropriate and ties in the coursework. ** To answer the Discussions, click on the Discussion links than once you have read the Discussion questions and topics, click on Create Message. To respond to a Peer s Response, click on their discussion thread, read it, then click on Reply to respond. You can also link to the Discussions through Course Tools, Discussions. This will take you to all of the Discussions that are open in the course at that time, you will need to click on the Discussion you need. 3

4 Activities Each week you will have a Week Activity. These assignments are for you to be able to apply what you have learned from that week to real-life application. These activities are worth 100 points each. There is an instruction sheet, template (if applicable), and a grading rubric for each activity. The Weekly Activity is due on Mondays by 11:30PM. Please follow the instructions on each assignment so that you know what to upload to the Assignment Page. You can expect Weekly Activities to be graded within a week of their due date. **Each week has a Folder titled Week 1 (ect.) Activity with the name after it. Click on the folder link and it will take you to the assignment link, instruction sheet, rubric, and template (if applicable). The Assignment link also has the Instructions, Template (if it applies), and Grading Rubric. Download all that is available and be sure to read the Rubric before beginning the activity to ensure full credit. Once the Assignment is completed you will need to upload your documents and click on the submit button on the Assignment Link. Once it has been submitted, you will not be able to make changes so if you submit early and notice a mistake that needs changing, me the corrected version with an explanation. You can also access Assignments through Course Tools and Assignments again this will open all assingments for the course that are available, make sure to click on the correct assignment for that week. Assessments/Quizzes The assessments in this course will be quizzes. The purpose of quizzes is to access your understanding of the materials presented in your textbook and the PowerPoint Slides. You will have 30 minutes to complete the 10 questions quiz. You only have 1 attempt to take the quiz. Quizzes are worth 10 points each. Note: there is a quiz for each reading chapter meaning there are three quizzes a week. The quizzes are comprised of multiple choice questions. The quizzes open on Mondays at 12:30AM and close on Fridays at 11:30PM. Make sure to pay attention to start and close times. No late quizzes will be graded. There are a total of 15 quizzes. You should receive a grade automatically after you have taken the quiz; remember you only have one attempt on each quiz. * It is also important you save your quiz while taking it so that if the server was to go down or you are to incur any other technical issues, what you had completed to that point would be saved. You should be able to save each question individually but still be able to go back to it and change it if needed. **To access the quizzes, you can either click on Week then Week Quizzes for Chapters then click on the quiz you need to take. Or you can go to Course Tools then Assessments then click on the quiz you need to take. This will show the entire list of quizzes for the course so make sure to select the quiz you need. Final Your Child Final for this course will demonstrate your general understanding and application of child development topics discussed in this course. Child Final Instructions and Rubric can be found on the elearning site under the Folder Child Final. There is no comprehensive final exam. You can start on the final at any time. I highly suggest looking at the final requirements early in the course. The final is due Monday, July 8 th by 5PM. No late finals will be accepted. The final is worth 150 points. The final will be graded by late Wednesday, July 10 th. Bonus Opportunities There are several bonus opportunities throughout the course. Please refer to the schedule below to see when these opportunities occur and are due. These opportunities will also be explained in your Survival Guides. You can assess these opportunities through the week folder that they pertain to. You can expect bonus opportunities to be graded within a week of their due date or by late Wednesday, July 10 th. 4

5 Grading Grades will be based upon a point value system. For example, Initial Response Discussion postings are worth 3 points. If you receive a 2, then you received 2 out of 3 points for that posting. You will be given appropriate feedback as to why. Read the sections above for what you need to do to receive the maximum number of points and read the rubrics that are found with each Activity. If references or citations are needed for assignments, it is preferred that you use MLA or APA formatting but any format will work. For help with MLA and APA formatting find the for websites under Student Support Services or find the links under Course Tools, Web Links and Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning site. Point Breakdown Discussions: Initial Response 15 points Discussions: Peer Response 10 points Weekly Activities 400 points Quizzes 150 points Final Project 150 points Total Points: 725 Total Possible Bonus Points: 13 Total Possible Points with Bonus Points = 738 Your scores for the course will be totaled and final grades will be based on this scale: A = %, 652 points and above B = 89-80%, points C = 79-70%, points D = 69-60%, points F = anything less than 60%, 434 points and below Participant Expectations Since this course is a semesters worth within 5 weeks, you will need to work on this coursework daily. Completions dates have been given on the elearning site plus they are given with the assignment dates and times in the Course Syllabus which can be accessed through Course Tools Syllabus and on the Start Here folder at any time. Remember, many assignments will open and close at certain times and once they have closed, you will not be able to submit to that assignment which will result in a zero. *If you have any vacations planned during this time and will not have access to the Internet, you will need to contact me about this as soon as possible. As the student, you will need to be able to navigate the Internet, use MS Office, possibly Excel, Power Point, and the Learning Management System, in this case elearning. You will also need to be able to download and upload files and documents. It would be beneficial if you know how to open videos with Media Matrix. Knowing how to use the library on-line database will also be beneficial. Late Work Policy Late work is not accepted. Any assignments (Discussions, Weekly Activities, Quizzes, Bonus Opportunities, Final Project) that are not completed by the due date will result in a zero. The settings on the assignments have been set to not accept uploads beyond the due date and time. Also note that at any given time, the server may go down or you may incur any other technical issues so it would be best to complete your assignments ahead of time. Any technical issues will not be an excusable late work submission unless otherwise noted through an from me directly. 5

6 However, if something comes up please contact me immediately through or message during office hours and we can discuss options. I understand that things do happen but ultimately it is your responsibility to complete the work for this course on time. "INCOMPLETEs" will only be given for certifiable medical reasons or other extraordinary circumstances arranged in advance. Helpful Student Support Services Services for Students with Disabilities Services for Students with Disabilities can be contacted by phone at (979) or by at The link to Disability Services is You can find this link through Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. Help Desk Central You can contact Help Desk Central for any technical issues that occur by phone at (979) or through at The link to Help Desk Central is You can find this link on the Tamu Vista page when you first log-in to elearning. There is also a link through Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. Virtual Open Access Lab Virtual Open Access Lab is for students to access a campus computer from a remote location. Visit A link can be found under Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. Blackboard Student Resources For technical issues with Blackboard itself use the following link to contact them However, try the Help Desk (above) first. A link can be found under Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page MyEducationLab Myeducationlab can be linked from the Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. Academic Support Service For peer academic help through Texas A&M go to A link can be found under Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. University Libraries University Libraries website is Here you can find the search bar for books, journals, etc. that may be helpful for your Weekly Activities and Child Final. You can contact the library by phone at (979) There is also a link to the library website through the class on elearning under Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. University Writing Center You can contact the University Writing Center, through Texas A&M, for help with APA or MLA formatting or other writing assistance. Visit for details. A link can be found under Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. APA Guidelines Visit for help with APA formatting. You can also find a direct link through Course Tools and Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. 6

7 MLA Guidelines Visit for help with MLA formatting. You can also find a direct link through Course Tools and Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. Student Counseling Services Student Counseling Services at Texas A&M University can be found at A link can be found under Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. Student Health Services Student Health Services at Texas A&M University link can be found at A link can be found under Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page. Career Center The Career Center at Texas A&M University link can be found at A link can be found under Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page Scholarships and Financial Aid Scholarships and Financial Aid at Texas A&M University link can be found at A link can be found under Course Tools in Web Links under Helpful Links for Student Support on the class elearning page Code of Integrity AGGIE HONOR CODE An Aggie does not lie, cheat, or steal or tolerate those who do. Upon accepting admission to Texas A&M University, a student immediately assumes a commitment to uphold the Honor Code, to accept responsibility for learning, and to follow the philosophy and rules of the Honor System. Students will be required to state their commitment on examinations, research papers, and other academic work. Ignorance of the rules does not exclude any member of the TAMU community from the requirements or the processes of the Honor System. For additional information please visit: Students should consult the Texas A&M University Regulations for guidelines for scholastic integrity regarding originality, plagiarism, etc. The new 6th edition of the publication manual for the American Psychological Association should be consulted regarding appropriate methods for citing the works of others and the style and format for presenting literature references. Course products and evaluations: the guiding principle of academic integrity is that a student's submitted work must be his/her own. It is expected that all course products will consist of work done specifically for this course. Products completed for previous or concurrent course credit cannot be used for assignments for this course. Copyright/Plagiarism As commonly defined, plagiarism consists of passing off as one's own the ideas, words, writings, etc., which belong to another. In accordance with this definition, you are committing plagiarism if you copy the work of another person and turn it in as your own, even if you should have the permission of that person. Plagiarism is one of the worst academic sins, for the plagiarist destroys the trust among colleagues without which research cannot be safely communicated. If you have any questions regarding plagiarism, please consult the latest issue of the Texas A&M University Student Rules under Part I. Academic Rules, No. 20 Scholastic Dishonesty. 7

8 Americans with Disabilities Act The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal anti-discrimination statute that provides comprehensive civil rights protection for persons with disabilities. Among other things, this legislation requires that all students with disabilities be guaranteed a learning environment that provides for reasonable accommodation of their disabilities. If you believe you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact the Department of Student Life, Services for Students with Disabilities, in Cain Hall or call CEHD Statement on Diversity We, the faculty of the College of Education and Human, value and respect diversity and the uniqueness of each individual. The faculty affirms its dedication to non-discrimination in our teaching, programs, and services on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, domestic partner status, ethnic or national origin, veteran status, or disability. The College of Education and Human at Texas A&M University is an open and affirming organization that does not tolerate discrimination, vandalism, violence, or hate crimes, and we insist that appropriate action be taken against those who perpetrate such acts. Further, the College is committed to protecting the welfare, rights, and privileges of anyone who is a target of prejudice or bigotry. Our commitment to tolerance, respect, and action to promote and enforce these values embraces the entire university community. References: Blackboard Student Resources. Blackboard. Inc. Retrieved from Career Center. Texas A&M University. Retrieved from Disability Services Division of Student Affairs. Texas A&M University. Retrieved from Help Desk Central. Texas A&M University. Retrieved from Myeducationlab. Pearson. Retrieved from efault/6748/ /login.html Peer Academic Services. Texas A&M University. Retrieved from Purdue Online Writing Lab. Retrieved from Purdue Online Writing Lab. Retrieved from Scholarships and Financial Aid. Texas A&M University Retrieved from Student Counseling Service. Division of Student Affairs. Texas A&M University. Retrieved from Student Health Services.Texas A&M University Retrieved from University Writing Center. Texas A&M University. Retrieved from Virtual Open Access Lab. Texas A&M University. Retrieved from 8

9 WEEK 3 WEEK 2 WEEK 1 Child Class Schedule Suggested Timeline Class Material Point Value & Due Dates for Assignments Monday, June 3 Watch the short Orientation Video (about 3 mins.) and read through the Syllabus Monday, June 3 BONUS: Introduce Yourself on the Howdy Discussion & upload a picture. Respond to one other person. 3 points Monday, June 3 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 1: The Science of Child Tuesday, June 4 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 2: Genetic Basis of Child Wednesday, June 5 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 3: Prenatal, Birth, and the Newborn Wednesday, June 5 ASSIGNMENT: Your Initial Discussion Posting for Week 1 3 points Thursday, June 6 ASSIGNMENT: Response to 2 Peers Discussion Postings for 2 Points Week 1 Friday, June 7 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter 1 10 Points Friday, June 7 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter 2 10 Points Friday, June 7 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter 3 10 Points Monday, June 10 ASSIGNMENT: Week 1 Activity: Child 100 Points Survey Tuesday, June 11 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 4: Growth and Health Tuesday, June 11 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 5: Perceptual and Motor Wednesday, June 12 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 6: Theories of Cognitive Wednesday, June 12 ASSIGNMENT: Your Initial Discussion Postings for Week 2 3 points Thursday, June 13 ASSIGNMENT: Response to 2 Peers Discussion Postings for 2 points Week 2 Friday, June 14 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter 4 10 points Friday, June 14 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter 5 10 points Friday, June 14 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter 6 10 points Monday, June 17 ASSIGNMENT: Week 2 Activity: Analyze an Outdoor Childhood Game or Toy 100 Points Tuesday, June 18 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 8: Intelligence and Individual Differences in Cognition Tuesday, June 18 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 9: Language and Communication Wednesday, June 19 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 7: Cognitive Processes and Academic Skills Wednesday, June 19 Required Reading: High Ability Students from Poverty Wednesday, June 19 ASSIGNMENT: Your Initial Discussion Posting for Week 3 Thursday, June 20 ASSIGNMENT: Response to 2 Peers Discussion Postings for Chapters 8, 9, & 7 3 points 2 points 9

10 WEEK 5 WEEK 4 Friday, June 21 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter 8 10 points Friday, June 21 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter 9 10 points Friday, June 21 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter 7 10 points Monday, June 24 ASSIGNMENT: Week 3Activity: Intelligence due by 100 points 11:30PM Tuesday, June 25 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 10: Emotional Tuesday, June 25 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 11: Understanding Self and Others Wednesday, June 26 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 12: Moral Understanding and Behavior Wednesday, June 26 ASSIGNMENT: Your Initial Discussion Posting for Week 4 3 points Thursday, June 27 ASSIGNMENT: Response to 2 Peers Discussion Postings for 2 points Week 4 Friday, June 28 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter points Friday, June 28 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter points Friday, June 28 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter points Monday, July 1 ASSIGNMENT: Week 4 Activity: Attachment PowerPoint 100 points Tuesday, July 2 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 13: Gender Tuesday, July 2 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 14: Family Relationships Wednesday, July 3 Read Power Point Slides & Chapter 15: Influences Beyond the Family Wednesday, July 3 ASSIGNMENT: Your Initial Discussion Posting for Week 5 3 points Wednesday, July 3 BONUS: Random Acts of Kindness 3 points Friday, July 5 ****ASSIGNMENT: Response to 2 Peers Discussion 2 points Postings for Week 5 ; Note the change in day it is due; Friday, not Thursday. Friday, July 5 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter points Friday, July 5 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter points Friday, July 5 ASSIGNMENT: Quiz for Chapter points Friday, July 5 BONUNS: Week 5 Activity: Nurturing Behaviors due by 5 points 11:30PM Friday, July 5 BONUS: Week 4 Activity: Attachment PowerPoint Discussion Bonus 2 points Monday, July 8 Child Final Due by 5 PM! 150 points *Please note: some date may be subject to change. If so, this information will be given through and announcements with advanced notice. 10

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