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Learning Outcomes

The lead faculty in Children’s Studies have developed the following learning goals for students in the Children’s Studies minor:

Goal 1: Students will understand stages of childhood in the lifespan of human development.

Goal 2: Students will understand structures and issues involving childhood within families.

Goal 3: Students will understand various disciplinary strategies for thinking about childhood.

Goal 4: Students will recognize that childhood is a concept defined by both biological and cultural factors.

Goal 5: Students will demonstrate that they have studied childhood in applied and analytical ways that include the discourses of the humanities, fine arts, and social and cognitive sciences.

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