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September_21_2010 - September 21, 2010 10/9/10 CPSY 4334W:...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/9/10 September 21, 2010 CPSY 4334W: Children, Youth, in Society
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10/9/10 Overview of Class Review of September 16 class l Bronfenbrenner’s ideas about development l Vygotsky’s ideas about development Career Exploration paper due Sept. 28 l Further thoughts about paper History of Childhood
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10/9/10 Urie Bronfenbrenner’s views of development Why Bronfenbrenner? Basic ideas socialization in natural environments nested social influences (dynamic systems) Levels of nested influence
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10/9/10 Bronfenbrenner’s ecological model
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10/9/10 Bronfenbrenner continued Nested levels l Microsystem ! l Mesosystem ! l Exosystem ! Chronosystem l Macrosystem !
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10/9/10 Bronfenbrenner Unpacking the levels: Class exercise l Microsystem l Mesosystem l Exosystem l Macrosystem l Chronosystem
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10/9/10 Class break?
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10/9/10 Applying Bronfenbrenner’s ideas to children’s social Case 1: healthier eating Case 2: Increased student involvement in music
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10/9/10 Evaluation of Bronfenbrenner’s Systems model Behavior is likely multi determined, many levels of influence Useful heuristics Where is biology Begs question of normative development
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10/9/10 Vygotsky
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10/9/10 Vygotsky-sociocultural theory Vygotsky –Russian psychologist-1896- 1934 History/influence of his work Key ideas l Emphasis on cognition (e.g., language, speech, thought, categorization, school learning- especially arithmetic, problem solving) l Cognition (language and thought) is socially
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10/9/10 Vygotsky continued Key ideas continued l Social interaction with others primary l Especially interaction with adults and other
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