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Complete Schedule and About Yourself Select one option that fits your schedule Placement Options* 1. Morning Mon/Wed AM (8-10,9-11, 10-12) Mon/Fri AM (8-10,9-11,10-12) Mon/Fri PM (11-1, 12-2, 1-3, 2-4, 3-5) Tues/Thurs AM (8-10,9-11,10-12) 2. Mid-day Mon/Fri (12-2, 1-3) Tues/Thurs AM (12-2, 1-3) 1. Late Day Mon/Fri PM (2-4, 3-5) Tues/Thurs PM (2-4, 3-5) *Arranged with supervisor and exact times may vary
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Social Worlds of Childhood QuickTime r and TIFF (Uncompressed) are needed to see this are needed to see this p QuickTimer an TIFF (Uncompresse are needed to see th QuickTime TIFF (Uncomp are needed to TIFF (Uncompresse are needed to see th QuickTimer TIFF (Uncompres are needed to see QuickTimer and TIFF (Uncompressed) are needed to see thi Welcome!
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Agenda Complete forms Welcome and Introduction Activity: Introduce yourself as a childhood message Children’s social worlds: Taking an ecological perspective/ethnographic approach BREAK Course Overview Assignment for next week
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Seminar Activity Introduce yourself as a childhood message (e.g.“Hello, I’m Judy and I shouldn’t cry so much.” or “Hello, I’m Jeff and my eyes are so mesmerizing.”) Walk around the room and say it to as many different people as you can without engaging in conversation.
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Seminar Activity After you’ve spoken to everyone, sit with another person and discuss the details of your childhood message. Search your memory, reconstruct the story … (e.g. how, from whom, where, when. .did you receive this message ?) How has this message factored into your ways of being in the world today? How is this relevant to our course of study?
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Social Worlds of Childhood Socialization The process by which individuals acquire the knowledge, skills and character traits that enable them to participate as effective members of groups and society. Processes/Outcomes Intentional Unintentional
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Table 1-1, p. 18 Socialization and Adaptation (Berns, 2007)
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(Berns, 2007)
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40 Developmental Assets for Middle Childhood External Assets Support Empowerment
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course HD 3430 taught by Professor Ross-bernstein,j. during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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