About This Course
Course Description : Child Development Psychology The Child Development Psychology course presents the basic concepts of developmental psychology, physical-psychomotor development, cognitive, language, emotion, psychosocial, moral, and art development in children.
This course is a continuation of the introduction of psychology course. To provide a more meaningful learning experience, Child Development Psychology course activities are in the form of case-method learning and project-based learning, where students working on group projects that aim to find solutions to children's developmental problems. The materials are presented in the form of theory and practice, with an emphasis on practices. Students are asked to understand various aspects of child development from the womb to the age of 8 years. This is important so that students have a complete understanding of early childhood development and are then able to determine the right stimulation to optimize early childhood development.
Understanding the Concept of Development; Understanding the Concept of Growth; Understanding the Concept of Early Childhood Science.
|Suri Handayani Damanik
|Salsabila Hasiana Tanjung
|Suri Handayani Damanik (a.k.a) Suri is a lecturer in early childhood education at the State University of Medan (UNIMED), Indonesia.
|Salsabila Hasiana Tanjung (a.k.a Salsa) is a lecturer in early childhood education at the State University of Medan (UNIMED), Indonesia.