Human Development

Human development is characterized by the interrelationship between physical, emotional, social, and intellectual growth.

Human Development Life Behaviors:

Having applied the human development subconcepts at the appropriate age, the learner will be able to:

  • Appreciate one's own body.

  • Seek Further information about reproduction as needed.

  • Affirm that human development include sexual development, which may or may not include reproduction or sexual experience.

  • Interact with all genders in respectful and appropriate ways.

  • Affirm one's own sexual orientation and respect the sexual orientation of others.

  • Affirm one's own gender indentities and respect the gender identities of others.