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CAS 101 (Intro to Child Development)
CAS 201 (Child, Family, and Community)
CAS 300 (Writing for Child Development Professionals)
CAS 301 (Developmental Inquiry and Methodology)
CAS 310 (Assessment and Observation of Children and Adolescents)
CAS 312 (Human Growth and Development)
CAS 315 (Child Development)
CAS 325B (Development Age 9-Adolescence)
CAS 360 (Media and Adolescents), and
CAS 490T (Controversial Issues in Child and Adolescent Development)
Shelli Wynants has been teaching for the department since 1996, and joined the faculty as a full-time lecturer in 2001. She is very active in service both to the department and students.
She regularly works with students who want to serve as peer mentors for CAS courses (CAS 496: Tutorial) and students who wish to gain further research skills by working with her on current research projects (CAS 499: Independent Study). She currently serves on the University’s disABILITY Task Force, which has the goal of preparing professionals of all fields to include, work with, and support individuals with disabilities in school, community, and vocational environments.
Her past research has focused on media literacy, helping youth and parents learn to be more critical media consumers by deconstructing media messages and images. She is currently interested in investigating best practice for online learning environments.