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CDFS 319i Online Weekly Course ScheduleSPRING 2019Lesson #1FROMWed.., Jan. 23through Tues., /Feb.5 An Intimate Look at Stress and CopingRequired Reading:Rosenblatt, R. (1996). New hopes, new dreams. Time, August 26, 40-52.SupermanYou DO NOT need to buy a “TIME” subscription to get this “FREE Copy.”DUE:before midnight on the last day of Lesson #1oDiscussion Board posting(s) oExtra Credit Practice Quiz on Course Requirements – Due by 11:59 PM, on Jan. 29oWord document of “Commitment to Self-Monitor Discussion Forum Quality Postings Lessons 4-15. Submit to DROPBOX.oQuiz #1on Lesson 1 ContentoRate Your “Family Diversity Research Project” Interest in Presentation Topics – Due by 11:59 PM on Feb. 5oSubmit “Introductory Self-Awareness Assessment” essay responses to DROPBOXLesson One is the only lessonthat goes over seven (7) days. All other lessons are 7 days.Lesson #2FROMWed., Feb. 6through Tues., Feb. 12Examining the Dynamics of Personal Stress and Coping Required Reading:oGreenberg, J. (2017). What is stress? Comprehensive Stress Management (14thed., pp.2-24).” New York: McGraw-Hill.e-Reserves or CompletePacketoGreenberg, J. (2017). Stress and the college student. Comprehensive Stress Management (14th ed., pp. 75-106). New York: McGraw-Hill.oComplete Packet or Partial Packet.oGreenberg, J. (2017).Life-Situation interventions: Intrapersonal. Comprehensive Stress Management (14th ed., pp.123-146). New York: McGraw-Hill. Complete Packet or Partial Packet.DUE:before midnight on the last day of Lesson #2oDiscussion Board posting(s) oQuiz #2
Lesson #3FROMWed. Feb. 13through Tues., Feb. 19Family Models of StressRequired Reading:oBush, K. Price, C., Price, S., & McKenry, P. (2017) Families coping with change: A conceptual overview. In C. Price, K. Bush & S. Price (Eds.). Families & Change: Coping with Stressful Events and Transitions (5th ed., pp. 3-23).Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Required Textbook.oOlson, David, DeFrain, J., & Skogrand, L. (2014). The Family Circumplex Model. Marriages and Families: Intimacy, Diversity and Strengths(8th ed., pp. 91-106). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. e-Reserves or Complete PacketDUE: before midnight on the last day of Lesson #3oDiscussion Board posting(s) oQuiz #3Lesson #4FROMWed., Feb. 20through Tues., Feb. 26Personal and Family ResilienceRequired Reading:oAmerican Psychological Association. (2017). The Road to Resilience. Retrieved from What does resilience look like?oWalsh, F. (2016). Foundations of a family resilience approach. Strengthening Family Resilience (3rd ed., pp.3-21).New York, NY: Guilford. e-Reserves or Complete PacketoWalsh, F. (2016). Assessing family resilience: Useful maps for practice and research. Strengthening Family Resilience (3rd ed., pp. 101-130).New York, NY: Guilford. Complete Packet or Partial PacketoWalsh, F. (2016). Walsh Family Resilience Questionnaire.

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