NEW MEXICO JUNIOR COLLEGE

Human Growth and Development

SYLLABUS

  1. GENERAL COURSE INFORMATION
  2. A. Course Title: Human Growth and Development
    B. Course Number: PS 223B - 10819
    C. Semester: Spring 2019
    D. Days/Time: Online
    E. Credit Hours: 3
    F. Instructor: Keenan, Scott
    G. Office: none
    H. Email Address: skeenan@nmjc.edu
    I. Office Phone: none
    J. Office Hours:
    K. Time Zone: Mountain Time
    L. Prerequisite(s): None
    M. Corequisite(s): None
    N. Class Location: Virtual
  3. COURSE DESCRIPTION

    This course encompasses the sociocultural, environmental, spiritual, and religious influences on the person and the family. This course also introduces the student to the concept of family and provides an overview of the theories of human development. Focus is on family development and relationships, physiologic concepts, and psychological concepts from conception to death.

  4. COURSE RATIONALE / TRANSFERABILITY

    Human Growth and Development is a general education course with no guarantee of transfer to any other college or university. The student must consult with the college or university they wish to attend for the course evaluation to determine appropriate transfer of credits. This course is frequently a prerequisite for nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and educational related study.

  5. REQUIRED / SUGGESTED COURSE MATERIALS

    Required:

    LaunchPad + Paper Text Invitation to the Lafe Span 3e & LaunchPad for Invitation to the Life Span 3e (6-month access) Author: Kathleen Stassen Berger, Worth Publishers: 2016| Third Edition| ISBN-10: 1-319-06177-X; ISBN-13: 978-1-319-06177-7 available through the bookstore.
    The LaunchPad component is a requirement for the class. Without LaunchPad a large part of the assignments cannot be completed.
    If the books are not available at the start of class, there is a temporary access option in the LaunchPad which provides 2-week access to the LaunchPad assignments and ebook.
    You can buy your book online at the NMJC Bookstore:

    Suggested:
    None.

    You can buy your books online at the NMJC Bookstore.

  6. GRADING POLICY

    Students attending New Mexico Junior College will be evaluated according to the following grading scale:

    						90 - 100%	=	A
    						80 -  89%	=	B
    						70 -  79%	=	C
    						60 -  69%	=	D
    					 	 0 -  59%	=	F
    

    V. GRADING POLICY:
    Quizzes 450 points, (15 Quizzes @ 30 points each)
    LearningCurve 225 points, (15 activities @ 15 points each)
    Data Connections 450 points, (15 activities @ 30 points each)
    Video Activities 275 points, (11 activities @ 25 points each)
    Conversion of points to grade.
    Points Ranges Percentages Letter Grade
    1,400-1,260 90 to 100% A
    1,259-1,133 80 to 89% B
    1,132-1,019 70 to 79% C
    1,018-916 60 to 69% D
    0-915 0 to 59% F

    No curves or extra credit opportunities will be available. Final Grades will not be curved. I follow the normal rules of math, this means that if you have a 59.4, 69.4, 79.4, or 89.4 you will NOT get the higher grade; however, if you have a 59.5, 69.5, 79.5, or 89.5 you will be rounded up to the higher grade. NO exceptions!
    Late Work: Each assignment should be completed on or before the due date. If you have an emergency arise, it is YOUR responsibility to contact me immediately and extensions will only be granted in extreme cases (Canvas is down on the day of submission, student hospitalization, death in IMMEDIASTE family) Assignments must be turned in on time. I do not give extra credit assignments.
    Class Discussion: All discussions will be posted on Canvas. Please make your discussion postings (3 total required on each discussion) are specifically answering a topic given and posted before the due dates. Pay attention to the discussions board requirements and what is due each week! Some weeks you will have post an initial discussion board AND two responses to classmates while other weeks you will only post and respond to your classmates the following week.
    All quizzes are on LaunchPad Portal. Due dates are posted in the course outline. They are open book. You will be given 30 multiple choice questions and have 60 minutes to answer them. If you have any issues with LaunchPad you MUST call them as unfortunately I cannot help you. Their phone number is (800) 936-6899
    Exams: All module exams are completed online within the course shell (Canvas). All module exams are multiple choice, closed book and are timed. All module exams will be taken using respondus lockdown monitor. You will be given 50 multiple choice questions and have 75 minutes to take them. You will need a webcam in order to use this service and I will be able to view your testing session. Cheating will result in an immediate zero. There is a $10.00 fee associated with this service that is good for the entire semester.
    Proctored Final Exam
    The final exam over all of the chapters is proctored at the Testing Center at NMJC, another reputable testing facility, or using respondus monitor.
    Instructions:
    The webcam for the regular exams can be built into your computer or can be the type that plugs in with a USB cable. Watch this short video to get the basic understanding of the LockDown Browser and the webcam features: (http://www.respondus.com/products/lockdownbrowser/student-movie.shtml).
    Download and install LockDown Browser from this link: http://www.respondus.com/lockdown/download.php?id=363738921 Note: Don’t download a copy of LockDown Browser from elsewhere on the internet; those versions won’t work at our institution.
    Finally, when taking an online exam, follow these guidelines:
    • Ensure your in a well-lit, quite location with a good, fast internet connection where you won’t be interrupted
    • Turn off all mobile devices, phones, ect.
    • Clear your desk of all external materials-books, papers, other computers, or devices
    • Remain at your desk or workstation for the duration of the test
    • Make sure your webcam is plugged in or enabled before starting LockDown Browser
    • LockDown Browser will prevent you from accessing other websites or applications; you will be unable to exit the test until all questions are completed and submitted
    • You will be recorded during the test to ensure you’re not using any external resources.
    Progression: Students who intend to apply to the Nursing Program are advised that a grade of “C” or better is required.
    Grades for discussions, quizzes, developmental stage (critical thinking) project, and module exams should be posted within a week of the due date if not immediately graded.
    Inbox messages should be answered within 24 hours in most cases. This class operates on Mountain Standard Time (MST) and all due dates and times are based on Mountain Standard Time. It is the student’s responsibility for adjusting due dates and times for their time zone.
    LearningCurve: Is a form of adaptive pass/fail assessment. For example, if a student is answering questions well, LearningCurve will select progressively harder questions. If the student is doing poorly, LearningCurve will use easier questions for that specific student. LearningCurve will select more questions from the content areas that the student is struggling with. Students earn full credit as long as they finish the assessment. If they do not, then they receive a zero. It is important to realize that the point value for completion, but that the number just signifies the points that must be earned within that particular LearningCurve. On the “begin activity” page, the yellow arrow can access the eBook directly from the LearningCurve assessment. The two yellow circles indicate possible options to help answer the question. READ the chapter first, IT WILL TAKE YOU LONGER IF YOU DO NOT KNOW THE MATERIAL, and it would take a very long time to complete this assignment by guessing alone. You will have 15 activities valued at 15 points each totaling 225 points.

    Data Connections is integrative introduction to a topic and utilizes an essay form of assessment. The essay response allows the student to demonstrate what was learned. Data Connections provides a tentative full-credit grade after answer submitted, as a result, it will be reviewed by instructor to ensure the student is learning the concepts required by the course. The essay must be two paragraphs in length. The essay will be checked for grammar and spelling. You will have 15 activities valued at 30 points for a total of 450 points.

    Video Activities are a unique form of assessment that is utilized to further reinforce the connection between the book's stories and important psychological concepts. You will have 11 video assignments valued at 25 points each for a total of 275 points.



    Retrieving Grades from T-BirdWeb Portal: Go to the New Mexico Junior College T-BirdWeb Portal login page. Please enter your User Identification Number (ID), which is your Banner ID, and your Personal Identification Number (PIN). When finished, click Login.
    Tips for Success in Online Courses:
    1. Log into class regularly
    2. Pay attention
    3. Take notes
    4. Ask questions when you do not understand something
    5. Utilize your professor’s e-mail
    6. Read the text
    7. Adhere to the deadlines posted in the course online

    Retrieving Grades from T-BirdWeb Portal
    Go to the New Mexico Junior College T-BirdWeb Portal login page. Please enter your User Identification Number (ID), which is your Banner ID, and your Personal Identification Number (PIN). When finished, click Login.

    Tips for Success in Online Courses:
    1. Log in to class regularly.
    2. Pay attention.
    3. Take notes.
    4. Keep up with readings and assignments.
    5. Ask questions when you do not understand something.
    6. Utilize your professor’s office hours and e-mail.
    7. Read the text.
    8. Adhere to the deadlines posted in the course outline.

  7. INSTITUTIONAL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

    New Mexico Junior College’s institutional student learning outcomes represent the knowledge and abilities developed by students attending New Mexico Junior College. Upon completion students should achieve the following learning outcomes along with specific curriculum outcomes for respective areas of study:

  8. DEPARTMENTAL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

    VII. DEPARTMENTAL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
    New Mexico Junior College’s Social/Behavioral Sciences Department endorses core competences as established by the state of New Mexico. Within our respective fields, as appropriate, students should:
    A. Identify, describe, and explain human behaviors and how they are influenced by social structures, institutions, and processes within the contexts of complex and diverse communities.
    B. Articulate how beliefs, assumptions, and values are influenced by factors such as politics, geography, economics, culture, biology, history, and social institution.
    C. Describe ongoing reciprocal interactions among self, society, and environment.
    D. Apply the knowledge base of social and behavioral sciences to identify, describe, explain, and critically evaluate relevant issues, ethical dilemmas, and arguments.
    Selected specific competencies will be used to demonstrate mastery of the above.

  9. SPECIFIC COURSE STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES

    In order to successfully complete this course, the student should be able to:
    Chapter 1: The Science of Human Development
    1. Describe why the study of people is considered a science
    2. Explain what makes people different/ same
    3. Compare and contrast different theories of development
    4. Explore research strategies, cautions, and challenges from science including application, implication and ethics
    Chapter 2: From Conception to Birth
    1. Understand how genes affect each individual
    2. Describe the role fathers have in pregnancy and birth
    3. Explore if serious birth disorders can be avoided
    4. Explain whether alcohol use disorder is genetic or cultural
    Chapter 3: The First Two Years: Body and Mind
    1. Become familiar with an infant’s normal patterns of growth and overall health
    2. Describe the infant’s neurological patterns of brain growth and development, specifically transient exuberance and pruning
    3. Be familiar with SIDS, immunizations, and infant nutrition/ malnutrition
    4. Describe key theories and concepts in language development during the first two years of life
    Chapter 4: The First Two Years: The Social World
    1. Explain how emotional development occurs during the first two years
    2. Understand the key concepts of temperament, synchrony, secure and insecure attachment
    3. Explore the importance of culture and social context in which the infant’s emotions develop as a well as cultural variations in infant daycare.
    4. Compare and Contrast the major personality theories regarding the development during the first two years of life
    Chapter 5: Early Childhood: Body and Mind
    1. Compare and Contrast the physical development as a child advances from infancy/toddlerhood through early childhood
    2. Explain the physical development of the brain during early childhood and how this influences the expression of emotions
    3. Describe language learning, including bilingual education during childhood
    4. Explore the theories related to thinking during early childhood
    Chapter 6: Early Childhood: The Social World
    1. Describe the significance of play and types of play
    2. Compare and contrast styles of caregiving and its effect on child development
    3. Define concepts of moral development, empathy, prosocial behavior, antisocial behavior, and the types of aggression
    4. Review and reflect on the latest research on discipline including, corporal punishment, psychological control and time outs.
    Chapter 7: Middle Childhood: Body and Mind
    1. Describe patterns of normal growth and health and special health concerns, such as childhood obesity and asthma
    2. Explain the key elements of cognitive development during middle childhood according to Jean Piaget and Vygotsky
    3. Explore the issues between teaching and learning during middle childhood
    4. Define and describe developmental psychopathology including IQ, Flynn Effect, multiple intelligence, special needs and special education
    Chapter 8: Middle Childhood: The Social World
    1. Explain Erick Erickson’s views of psychosocial development including resiliency, and stress during middle childhood
    2. Understand family functions and structures and the family stress model and how divorce impacts children
    3. Explore middle child peer groups issues, such as the cultural of children, unpopular children, bullies and victims
    4. Explain Kohlberg’s Theory of Moral Reasoning
    Chapter 9: Adolescence: Body and Mind
    1. Describe the physical changes that occur during puberty and distinguish between primary and secondary sex characteristics
    2. Understand how stress and nutrition can impact the physical and sexual maturation
    3. Explain the strengths and weaknesses of adolescent brain development
    4. Understand Piaget’s formal operational thought processes
    Chapter 10: Adolescent: Social World
    1. Explain the adolescent search for identity, including the four areas of identity formation
    2. Explore the causes and symptoms of clinical depression, suicide, suicidal ideations and identify risk factors for suicide in the adolescent
    3. Outline key concepts and trends in delinquency, drug use and abuse during adolescents
    4. Describe the nature of adolescent relationships with adults, especially parents, and with peers, including romance
    Chapter 11: Adulthood: Emerging Adulthood
    1. Explore the factors contributing to the strong healthy bodies for most emerging adults
    2. Explain emerging adult risk taking behavior and social norms
    3. Describe the elements of post-formal thought, including the effects of college and diversity
    4. Discuss how adults meet the need for intimacy through developing relationships, friendships, sexual partnerships and cohabitation
    Chapter 12: Adulthood: Body and Mind
    1. Understand the pattern of body development during middle childhood
    2. Describe normal sexual reproduction of adulthood, problems of infertility, and age-related changes in the sexual-reproductive system
    3. Explore the varied components of intelligence and significant data from research on ageing and intelligence
    4. Explore the nature of stress, its effects upon the body and thought process and coping patterns
    5. Describe the theory selective optimization with compensation and how expert cognition develops
    Chapter 13: Adulthood: The Social World
    1. Explain Erick Erickson’s “Big Five” personality traits
    2. Understand the continued expansion of intimacy in adulthood through friendships, romantic partnerships and family bonds
    3. Reflect on the importance of generativity vs. stagnation during adulthood
    Chapter 14: Late Adulthood: Body and Mind
    1. Examine the key theories of aging
    2. Describe the typical age-related changes that occur in the brain and information processing
    3. Distinguish between mild and major cognitive impairment and identity
    4. Identify the different types of dementia and there causes, treatment and possible means of prevention
    Chapter 15: Late Adulthood: The Social World
    1. Examine theories of late adulthood
    2. Discuss the preferred activities, living arrangements, and relationships of the aging adults
    3. Understand the problems facing the frail elderly and their caregivers
    Epilogue: Death and Dying
    1. Understand people experience death from a multicultural and life span perspective
    2. Describe the services of hospice and palliative care
    3. Identify and discuss the five stages of grief as described by Kubler-Ross

  10. REQUIRED TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES AND EQUIPMENT

    Student Requirements
    If you have not already received login information for Canvas/T-BirdWeb Portal/E-mail, you will need to contact the Enrollment Management office at (575) 492-2546.

    Check first-time login page for instructions at www.nmjc.edu/distancelearning/coursescourseschedules/canvasinstructions.aspx.

    Canvas Assistance

    You must have access, on a regular basis, to a computer that supports the Canvas minimum specifications and has an active connection to the Internet. See the minimum computer specification requirements at www.nmjc.edu/distancelearning/coursescourseschedules/Canvasinstructions.aspx.

  11. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    IX. REQUOIRED TECHNICAL COMPETENCIES AND EQUIPMENT
    Student Requirements
    If you have not already received login information for Canvas/T-BirdWeb Portal/E-mail, you will need to contact the Enrollment Management Office at (575) 492-2546
    Check first-time login page for instruction at: www.nmjc.edu/distancelearning/courseescourseschedules/canvadinstructions.aspx
    Canvas Assistance
    • Review the Canvas Student Orientation
    • Call the Canvas helpdesk at (575) 399-2199 for assistance and have your CRN (ex, 10023) and/or student ID number available
    You must have access, on a regular basis, to a computer that supports the canvas minimum specifications and has an active connection to the Internet. See the minimum computer specification requirements at: www.nmjc.edu/distancelearnig/coursescourseschedules/Canvasinstructions.aspx
    X. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    LaunchPad is a very important component of this class. Since this is fully online, we rely class discussions (which will be on canvas); however, you will also use launchpad every week for your quizzes and quite a bit of study material. If you cannot get launchpad immediately, they offer a trial period, so you can still complete your assignments until you can get full access to it.
    XI. GENERAL/MISCELLANEOUS
    Student will be held responsible for the information on these pages.
    Academic History
    Each student is expected to maintain the highest standards of honesty and integrity in online academic and professional matters. The College reserves the right to take disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal, against any student who is found guilty of academic dishonesty and otherwise fails to meet these standards. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, dishonesty in quizzes, tests, or assignments; claiming credit for work not done by others; and nondisclosure or misrepresentation in filling out applications or other College records. Cheating or gaining illegal information for any type of graded work is considered dishonest and will be dealt with accordingly.
    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Information
    Any student requiring special accodations should contact the Special Needs Student Services Coordinator at (575)492-2576 or by email at specialneeds@nmjc.edu or krueda@nmjc.edu.
    Attendance Policy and Participation Expectations
    It is expected that you regularly log into class at least three times weekly and check your Canvas mail to ensure you have not missed any changes/updates. Students are expected to complete discussions/quizzes/tests/assignments before deadlines expire.
    Canvas Help
    If you experience difficulty with Canvas you may reach the Canvas Helpdesk at canvashelpdesk@nmjc.edu, or by calling the 24 hour helpdesk phone at (575)399-2199.
    Netiquette
    The professor is responsible for monitoring and evaluating student conduct and student behavior within the Canvas course. By registering for this class, the student is assumed to have entered into an agreement with the New Mexico Junior College and the professor to log into class regularly and to behave in an appropriate manner at all times. Disruptive behavior may result in the student being removed from the class and dropped for the semester. For comprehensive information on the common rules of netiquette and other issues, please review the NMJC Online Student Handbook.
    Online Learning Environment By participating in an online class, you undertake responsibility for your own progress and time management.
    • Pay attention to deadlines.
    • Carefully read and understand all assignments.
    • Complete assignments according to posted instructions and notes. Do not glance at an assignment before attempting to complete it. (This will likely result in a poor grade).
    • Questions may be posted for clarification in the class discussion area or by sending an e-mail to your instructor.
    Plagiarism
    Offering the work of another as one’s own, without proper acknowledgement, is plagiarism; therefore, any student who fails to give credit for quotations or essentially identical expression of material taken from books, encyclopedias, magazines and other reference works, or from the themes, reports, or other writings of a fellow student, is guilty of plagiarism. Plagiarism violates the academic honesty policy and is considered cheating.
    Tutoring Assistance
    Free tutoring services are available to all NMJC students through Brainfuse and the Academic Success Center located at the Pannell Library on the 1st floor.
    Withdrawal Policy
    The instructor has the right to drop any student who has failed to log on to Canvas for two weeks or more, but it is not guaranteed that the instructor will drop you. If the student chooses to stop attending class, he/she should withdraw from the class by accessing your student account in the T-Bird Web Portal at www.nmjc.edu, or submitting the required paperwork to the Registrar’s Office by 5:00 PM on Thursday, April 18, 2019. Failure to withdraw yourself from a course by this date may result in your receiving an “F” in the course. All students are encouraged to discuss their class status with the professor prior to withdrawing from the class.

  12. GENERAL/MISCELLANEOUS

    Students will be held responsible for the information on these pages.

    Academic Honesty
    Each student is expected to maintain the highest standards of honesty and integrity in online academic and professional matters. The College reserves the right to take disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal, against any student who is found guilty of academic dishonesty or otherwise fails to meet these standards. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to, dishonesty in quizzes, tests, or assignments; claiming credit for work not done or done by others; and nondisclosure or misrepresentation in filling out applications or other College records. Cheating or gaining illegal information for any type of graded work is considered dishonest and will be dealt with accordingly.

    Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Information
    Any student requiring special accommodations should contact the Special Needs Student Services Coordinator at (575) 492-2576 or by e-mail at krueda@nmjc.edu.

    Attendance Policy and Participation Expectations
    It is expected that you regularly log into class at least three times weekly and check your Canvas mail to ensure you have not missed any changes/updates. Students are expected to complete discussions/quizzes/tests/ assignments before deadlines expire.

    Canvas Help
    If you experience difficulty with Canvas you may reach the Canvas Helpdesk at canvashelpdesk@nmjc.edu, or by calling the 24 hour helpdesk phone at (575) 399-2199.

    Netiquette
    The professor is responsible for monitoring and evaluating student conduct and student behavior within the Canvas course. By registering for this class, the student is assumed to have entered into an agreement with New Mexico Junior College and the professor to log into the class regularly and to behave in an appropriate manner at all times. Disruptive behavior may result in the student being removed from the class and dropped for the semester. For comprehensive information on the common rules of netiquette and other online issues, please review the NMJC Online Student Handbook.

    Online Learning Environment
    By participating in an online class, you undertake responsibility for your own progress and time management.

    Plagiarism
    Offering the work of another as one’s own, without proper acknowledgment, is plagiarism; therefore, any student who fails to give credit for quotations or essentially identical expression of material taken from books, encyclopedias, magazines and other reference works, or from the themes, reports, or other writings of a fellow student, is guilty of plagiarism. Plagiarism violates the academic honesty policy and is considered cheating.

    Tutoring Assistance
    Free tutoring services are available to all NMJC students through Brainfuse and the Academic Success Center located at the Pannell Library on the 1st floor.

    Withdrawal Policy
    The instructor has the right to drop any student who has failed to log on to Canvas for two weeks or more, but it is not guaranteed that the instructor will drop you. If the student chooses to stop attending a class, he/she should withdraw from the class by accessing your student account in the T-Bird Web Portal at www.nmjc.edu, or submitting the required paperwork to the Registrar’s Office by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 18, 2019. Failure to withdraw yourself from a course by this date may result in your receiving an “F” in the course. All students are encouraged to discuss their class status with the professor prior to withdrawing from the class.

  13. ACADEMIC CALENDAR
  14. FINALS SCHEDULE
  15. COURSE OUTLINE


    Week Beginning Chapter Assigned All Assignments Due on Sundays 11:59 pm
    Week #1, Jan 14, 2019 Chapter 1: Science of Human Development Learning Module 0 Activities
    Chapter 1 Quiz, due 01/20/19
    Week #2, Jan 21, 2019 Chapter 2: From Conception to Birth Discussion #1 Original Post Due 01/23/19, Chapter 2 Quiz, Discussion Replies due 01/27/19
    Week #3, Jan 28, 2019 Chapter 3: The First Two Years: Body & Mind Exam #1 Due 02/03/19 Discussion #2 Original Post Due 01/30/19, Discussion #2 Replies Due 02/03/19
    Week #4, Feb 4, 2019 Chapter 4: First Two Years: Social World Discussion #3 Original Post Due 02/06/19, Chapter 4 Quiz Due 02/10/19, Discussion #3 Replies Due 02/10/19
    Week #5, Feb 11, 2019 Chapter 5: Early Childhood: Body & Mind. Sign up for groups for presentation Discussion #4 Original Post Due 02/13/19, Chapter 5 Quiz Due 02/17/19, Discussion Replies Due 02/17/19
    Week #6 Feb 18, 2019 Chapter 6: Early Childhood: The Social World Exam #2 Due 02/24/19, Discussion #5 Original Post Due 02/20/19, Replies Due 02/24/19
    Week #7 Feb 25, 2019 Chapter 7: Middle Childhood: Body & Mind Discussion #6 Original Post Due 02/27/19, Chapter 7 Quiz Due 03/03/19, Discussion Replies Due 03/03/19
    Week #8 Mar 04, 2019 Chapter 8: Middle Childhood: The Social World Discussion #7 Original Post Due 03/06/19, Chapter 8 Quiz Due 03/10/19, Discussion Replies Due 03/10/19
    Week #9 Mar11, 2019 Chapter 9: Adolescence: Body & Mind Discussion #8 Original Post Due 03/13/19, Chapter 9 Quiz Due 03/17/19, Discussion Replies Due 03/17/19
    Week #10 Mar 18, 2019 Chapter 10: Adolescence: The Social World Discussion #9 Original Post Due 03/20/19, Chapter 10 Quiz Due 03/24/19, Discussion Replies Due 03/24/19
    Spring Break 03/25-03/29/19
    Week #11 Apr 1, 2019 Chapter 11: Adulthood: Emerging Adulthood Exam #3 Due 04/07/19, Discussion #10 Original Post Due 04/03/19, Discussion Replies Due 04/07/19
    Week #12 Apr 8, 2019 Chapter 12: Adulthood: Body & Mind Discussion #11 Original Post Due 04/10/19, Chapter 12 Quiz Due 04/14/19, Discussion Replies Due 04/14/19
    Week #13 Apr 15, 2019 Chapter 13: Adulthood: The Social World Discussion #12 Original Post Due 04/17/19, Chapter 13 Quiz Due 04/21/19, Discussion Replies Due 04/21/19
    Week #14 Apr 22, 2019 Chapter 14: Late Adulthood: Body and Mind Exam #4 Due 04/28/19, Discussion #13 Original Post Due 04/24/19, Discussion Replies Due 04/28/19
    Week #15 Apr 29, 2019 Chapter 15: Late Adulthood: Body & Mind Discussion #13 Original Replies Due 05/01/19
    May 06-08/2019 FINAL EXAM COMPREHENSIVE CHAPTERS 14-EPILOGUE