College of Education opens up two classes to general enrollment

The College of Education has taken enrollment restrictions off of two great classes typically taken by ECFS majors and some ELS minors. EdPsy 402 – Child Development, and EdSpe 419 – Families – are now open to students sophomore level and above. If you have students interested in education or early childhood and working with families, please refer them to these two classes – each has two sections open for Autumn Quarter. These would be great options for some of our transfer students coming in, and both meet I&S requirements.

EDPSY 402 Child Development and Learning (5) I&S
Uses readings, discussions, naturalistic observations, and "virtual" children to understand the different ways children develop – physically, cognitively, social-emotionally, in language and literacy, and in approaches to learning – during early childhood, the interplay between each of these domains and the environmental context, and the theories about the developmental mechanisms underlying these changes.

Restr 13117 A 5 MW 830-1050 THO 125 NEWMAN,JODI Open 32/ 50 
Restr 13118 B 5 TTh 200-420 SMI 102 NEWMAN,JODI Open 33/ 80 

EDSPE 419 Interventions for Families of Children with Disabilities I&S (5)
Upper-division course for professionals and paraprofessionals working with families of children with disabilities.
Instructor Course Description: Natalie Hansuvadha

Restr COEUGRAD. PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR STUDENT ID# AND SPECIFY COURSE BY SLN. NO FRESHMEN PERIOD 1 AND 2. ADD CODES REQUIRED PERIOD 3. 
Restr COEUGRAD. PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR STUDENT ID# AND SPECIFY COURSE BY SLN. NO FRESHMEN PERIOD 1 AND 2. ADD CODES REQUIRED PERIOD 3. 

Lisa Murakami
Early Childhood and Family Studies Major
phone: lmurakam

To schedule an appointment, please go to Appointments
Office of Student Services/Advising & Outreach, College of Education
206 Miller Hall, University of Washington,Box 353600 Seattle, WA 98195-3600

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