Social_Development_FA10 - PERSONAL & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT...

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PERSONAL & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT Weekly Secret Effective teachers and parents have a robust understanding of the nature of the social and ethical development of children. Characterize, in some detail, those aspects of personal and moral growth in schools and/or families that profoundly affect the emotional stability of the developing child. Teachers and parents MUST be concerned with the personal and the social aspects of children’s lives.
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Academic Curriculum Social Curriculum Teachers Classes Books Projects Academic Curriculum Social Curriculum Friends Events Talking Family Values •Friendships •Personality •Self-Discovery •Ethics
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A CONVERSATION ABOUT PERSONALITY GROWTH A CONVERSATION ABOUT ESTABLISHING ETHICAL PRINCIPLES Personality Personality description is a means of characterizing an individual. Personality dynamics is a way to understand how the individual adjusts to life situations. Personality development is an understand the changes that occur over the life of an individual Personality is a concept derived from behavior. We create names for that behavior to talk about the different kinds of behavior we notice. Our names for behavior include: honest, aggressive, cheerful, serene, naive, creative, hot-tempered, etc. We often refer to these as TRAIT names.
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Five Factors of Personality Hostile vs Agreeable Introversion vs Extroversion Impulsive vs Conscientious Neurotic vs Emotional Intellectual Narrowness vs Intellectual Openness Five Factors of Personality Cold vs Sympathetic Quite vs Assertive Careless vs Organized Nervous vs Calm Simple vs Imaginative Educational psychologists often talk about personality traits and types: Traits are characteristics that distinguishes one person from another and causes a person to behave in a consistent manner. Types are categories of people with similar characteristics.
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IDENTIFY FIVE ASCRIBING CHARACTERISTICS OF YOUR PERSONALITY. LIST THEM ON THE SHEET
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This note was uploaded on 09/11/2011 for the course EPSY 201 taught by Professor Davidzola during the Fall '10 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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