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Human Development

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Human Development 1

Course #: CT915SSA

Length & Credit: 1 trimester/.5 credit/ SA

Grade(s): 10, 11, 12

Prerequisites: None

This course introduces the student to the laboratory setting of the high school’s Preschool. Through this participation the student will understand and apply developmental theory through planning appropriate curriculum, and engage in discussion centered around preschool and child development.

 

Human Development 2

Course #: CT916SSA

Length & Credit: 1 trimester/.5 credit/ SA

Grade(s): 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Human Development 1

This course furthers the student experience with participation in the laboratory setting of the high school’s Preschool. Through participation in this course the student will understand and apply developmental theory through planning appropriate curriculum, and engage in discussion centered around preschool and child development. Students will also be responsible for planning the end of the year graduation celebration for all of those preschoolers moving on to Kindergarten.

 

Human Development 3 Internship

Course #: CT917CSA

Length & Credit: 1 trimester/.5 credit/ SA

Grade(s): 11, 12

Prerequisite: Human Development 2

This course meets the graduation requirement for Careers.

Human Development 3 furthers the student experience working with children while participating in an off campus internship at a local childcare, preschool, and/or elementary school, as well as the Ridgeview High School Preschool. Through this internship and participation in the preschool students will understand and apply developmental theory through planning appropriate curriculum, and engage in discussion centered around issues related to child development. Students will also be responsible for planning the end of the year graduation celebration for all of those preschoolers moving on to Kindergarten. Students who feel that a career working with children could be a possibility should take this class to explore opportunities within the field.
Students will incorporate COCC Early Childhood Education Curriculum, and are strongly encouraged to apply for the credits available ($15 per credit).

Human Development Project A, B, C

Course #: CT345SELA, CT345SELB, CT345SELC

Length & Credit: 1 trimester/.5 credit/ Elective

Grade(s): 10, 11, 12

Prerequisites: Teacher Approval

The Projects series of course are meant to offer student the opportunity to expand their knowledge and understanding through hands-on, real world projects through continued development and implementation of their professional skills acquired through previous coursework. Students will get to choose a subject area and pursue research, development and implementation of a project. Such projects might include but are not limited to; management, retail design and merchandising, accounting processes, banking and financial systems, project management, marketing and promotion, entrepreneurship, etc. Students will plan, implement, evaluate and reflect on their progress to enhance their learning to better prepare them for today’s workplaces. Each course will be guided by the following types of projects: I: Beginning projects, home/individual solutions II: Intermediate projects, solutions for others III: Advanced projects, solutions for local businesses IV: Professional/Entrepreneurial , solutions for larger problems or original ideas Note: These courses will require students to work independently, and may include traveling off campus during school hours in order to meet with community members, acquire materials, and conduct research. If this is necessary, the student must provide their own transportation.

CTE Mentorship Human Development 1, 2, 3, 4

Course #: CT337SEL, CT338SEL, CT339SEL, CT340SEL

Length & Credit: 1 trimester/.5 credit/ Elective

Grade(s): 11, 12

Prerequisites: Teacher Approval

This course gives students who have successfully completed one or more of the human development classes at Ridgeview the opportunity to return to the classroom as a mentor in these classes. Mentor students will help other students successfully complete the course through one on one assistance, individual and group instruction, coaching, collaboration, and evaluation.
Students will learn beginning techniques in mentorship, and apply what they learn to teaching and coaching other students towards successful completion of the introductory course.
Teacher approval is required.

 

CTE Pathways Exploration

Course #: CT702SSA

Length & Credit: 1 trimester/.5 credit/ Elective

Grade(s): 9

Prerequisites: None

Exploration of Career and Technical Education (CTE) helps students identify and evaluate personal goals, priorities, aptitudes, and interests with the goal of helping them make informed decisions about future CTE course choices. This course exposes students to various sources of information on career and training options and may also assist them in developing job search and employability skills.
This course will also cover school orientation providing students with an introduction to the culture of their school so that they understand staff expectations and the school’s structure and conventions. Students will be introduced to several organizational and study skills appropriate for high school and college.