Example Reflection paper Ed Psych 301

Example Reflection paper Ed Psych 301 - Reflection Paper...

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Reflection Paper The past semester in Educational Psychology 321, I have had the opportunity to be exposed to numerous theories, methods, and research findings in the field of adolescent development. Information that I have learned in previous courses generally coincided with the same information that was presented this semester. However, when learning about Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Model this semester, the Chronosystem aspect of the model was new to me. Also, the biological development aspect of the course presented me with a lot more detailed information then I have learned previously. This semester, the areas of schools, work, leaisure, and mass media, intimacy, and sexuality are new areas of adolescent development that I have not been exposed to in previous courses. The information that was presented in this course was easily related to the experiences I had going through my adolescent development. When we learned about families, I was able to relate my parent’s parenting style to how I developed. They had a very authoritative parenting style. As I was going through adolescence, I did not agree with their opinions and rules a lot of times but over all I had great experiences and growth during adolescence. I remember times when I would behave certain ways to ‘rebel’ against me parent’s rules or do things because I
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PSY 301 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin.

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