Earn College Credit with REA Test Prep for the CLEP® Human Growth & Development Exam
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About the Author
Dr. Norman S. Rose is an instructor and online course development expert in the areas of education, psychology, and computer applications. His 25 years of teaching runs the gamut from early elementary to university-level teacher preparation programs.
Dr. Rose has developed online courses offered by Modern States Education Alliance, a nonprofit advocate for college access, for both CLEP Human Growth and Development and CLEP Introduction to Educational Psychology. He is the author of The Design of Life: Human Development from a Natural Perspective (Westphalia Press, 2016), published under the aegis of the Washington-based Policy Studies Organization. He has written numerous articles, papers, and books in education, human development, and psychology.
Dr. Rose holds degrees in elementary education, psychology, sociology, and music from Washington University in St. Louis. He earned his doctorate in curriculum and instruction from the University of North Texas, Denton.