The goal of Reproduction and Development course is to develop the ability of learners to seek answers to problems related to human reproduction, growth and development. This leaning guide is accompanied by several digital components on portailsofad.com.
Duration: 50 hours (2 units)
In this course, learners will:
- process information to solve problems related to cell division mechanisms, birth control, infertility and the development of the embryo during pregnancy;
- apply their knowledge to explain the processes involved in reproduction and development and how these processes are regulated by hormones;
- describe intervention techniques used for reproduction mechanisms;
- study the incidence of environmental factors on the development of the embryo and fetus and describe the underlying scientific principles in prenatal screening and diagnostic techniques;
- make informed decisions on social issues arising from the use of reproductive biotechnology and evaluate its impact on society and demographics;
- use various methods to communicate their ideas and the results of their scientific research on the human biological cycle.