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Erik_Erikson - Erik Erikson Play & Socio-emotional...

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Erik Erikson Learning Outcomes 1. Identify the following elements for each stage of Erikson’s development theory: Psychosocial crisis Lifespan label Developmental task Resolution (positive and negative) Play strategy 2. Explain the limitations and strengths of Erikson’s theory 3. Compare and contrast Erikson’s and Piaget’s developmental theories 4. Explain how play can help negotiate through each stage of development 5. Brainstorm real life scenarios for each of the eight stages and provide play-based solutions Stage 1: Trust vs. Mistrust Lifespan Label: Infant (birth to 18 months) Task: Social attachment, sensori-motor and perceptual functions Resolution: Learning hope (+): trust in others and the environment (--): neurotic/afraid to spoiled/deluded Play strategy: consistency and predictability of needs; sensori-motor activities; peek-a-boo Stage 2: Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt Lifespan Label: Toddler (18 mnths - 3 yrs) Task: Language development, self-control, pretend play, testing boundaries
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course REC 380 taught by Professor Rosegard during the Spring '08 term at S.F. State.

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