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Social and Moral Development Social and Moral Development Ed Psych 201 Ed Psych 201 Week 4 Week 4 Shuai Wang Shuai Wang
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It is your first semester teaching high school English and you have  spent all summer developing a fun and challenging curriculum for  your class.  After the first few weeks of school, the principal comes  to your class for a review and notes that you are not covering the  material that is on the state’s standardized tests closely enough.  The  students seem to enjoy your curriculum, and are learning a lot and  becoming more engaged in the literature you have assigned.  Do you  alter your teaching plans to accommodate the principal’s comments  even though you suspect that it will be detrimental to your students?  1
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You teach in an inner-city school.  Most of your students come from  low SES households.  One of your students is consistently late with  his or her work.  While confronting the student about their  tardiness, you learn that he or she takes care of three younger  siblings while their mother works three jobs in order to keep food on  the table.  The student is very bright and has the potential to go to  college in a few years, but the school has a zero tolerance policy for  late work.  Do you offer the student an extension? 2
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While working late, you accidentally walk in on  another teacher and an eighteen-year-old student  engaging in some extracurricular “anatomy” lessons.   The teacher is very popular with both the students  and the staff and happens to be the son of the  superintendent.  If you turn him in, you risk losing  your job due to his connections.  Do you report the  incident?  3
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                           Contents 1. Kohlberg’s Theories of Moral  Development/Reasoning (3 Levels, 6 Stages) 2. Erik Erikson’s 8 Stages of Psychosocial/Social  Development 3. Personality Development
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Kohlberg’s Theories of Moral Development/Reasoning (3 Levels, 6 Stages)
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Kohlberg studied under Jean Piaget, and applied Piaget's theory to the development of moral thinking. Kohlberg studied the development of moral reasoning
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course EPSY 201 taught by Professor Zola during the Fall '10 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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