Arizona State University
Department of Family and Human Development
CDE 430 Infant/Toddler Development in the Family is a fascinating look at what Mark Twain described as "an inestimable blessing and bother" - babies. Our study takes us long before the baby is born, starting with the genes, and then progresses to those delightful 3-year-olds!
This class is taught in the classroom as well as on television and via computer in an effort to reach out to more people in the community and to provide a flexible option for students.
Students enrolled in the class need to go to myASU . There you will find a current syllabus, instructions, study guides, and class assignments.
Sample Syllabus for this class