This is a suggested Syllabus for Human Development PDF. Download it to help with your Human Development course! While there’s not ONE right way to homeschool high school, it is sometimes nice to see an already-successful syllabus.
This is the syllabus we 7Sisters have used in our homeschool co-op and group classes. Check out this episode of Homeschool Highschool Podcast on how to teach Human Development in your co-op classes.
Human Development is the study of the ways people grow and change from womb to old age. Growth is discussed by looking at physiological, emotional, cognitive and social changes that happen over time. This is a good life preparation course (and looks good on the homeschool transcript.)
Here are some other posts to help you organize your Human Development course with your homeschool high schoolers:
- Five Reasons I Require My Teens to Take Human Development
- Three Ways to Teach Human Development
- Combining Human Development and Early Childhood Education
The three-page syllabus covers twenty-five weeks of learning and activities for homeschool high school Human Development classes (or for individual work) based on our textbook, Human Development from a Christian Worldview and (optionally) the Lesson Plans for Human Development.
You can view the entire syllabus in this post. Then download this suggested Syllabus for Human Development PDF and help your teens stay on track with their coursework!