Development of the Thinking Child
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I enjoyed the content of this subject very much. Assessments were relevant and provided good insight into realistic tasks/responsibilities for those working in the Developmental Psychology field.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019
I found the structure and teaching of this subject to be appalling. There were no rubrics provided for the assignments, and the marking seemed to depend completely on who your tutor was - I had friends in different classes who turned in assignments with near-identical content and who received wildly different marks than me. I think a lot of people take this subject thinking it will be easy because it's all assignments, but it's the worst subject of my degree.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019
This will be a biased review in some sense since I have been tutoring this subject for a number of years. It has 3 streams of content, for which there is an assignment in each stream. There is no exam component which may be ideal for students who prefer assignments over exams. It can be a very enjoyable subject but it is generally more suitable for students with some background knowledge in psychology and psychological writing.