2017 - 2018 MCPS High School Course Bulletin
4882/4883 Child and Adolescent Development 3A/B0..5 credit per semester
Students enhance their development of higher-level teaching and observation skills through independent study, research, advocacy projects, and field experiences. Students analyze current research-based instructional practices and classroom management strategies. They complete extensive research on careers in education and other child-related fields of study in preparation for education internships. Students identify career goals and continue to develop a professional portfolio.
Child and Adolescent Development 2A/B; 4868 is prerequisite to 4869; 4882 is prerequisite to 4883
9 - 10 - 11 - 12
No repeats for credit
Additional Course Information:
Child and Adolescent Development 3A/B