Class Notes Test 1 15:59 Quick tips: Read the book; before or after class Come to class if you will pay attention No exams are cumulative (3 exams) Articles- get them online- REQUIRED FOR CLASS Tips on how to study- Go to her office hours Fridays- after class till 12 Email for appointment Tests: Book/lectures are fair games Look to Moodle for the grading scale for articles Geary’s rubric located on Moodle Helps guide you for the article for helping to critique it Will lose points for mistakes Extra Credit: DUE BEFORE APRIL 27TH Self-reflection Essay: Super easy Don’t go past a page Double spaced Research Participation (Due May 1 st ) Sign up- survey Try signing up early How to study: Get active with material Reorganize material Summarize- relate to your own life Don’t study the day before the test
Preview before class- skim the slides Just know what we are going over Chapter One: Adolescent is. . The period after puberty begins and before adult roles are taken on Culturally constructed A fairly new term, coming into common usage in the early 20 th century Adolescence: A Cultural Construct Almost all cultures recognize “adolescence” as a life period 18 is considered an adult, but in other cultures it is considered much earlier Brief History in Western Culture: Ancient Greece (Plato) Infancy (birth-7) The infants mind is too undeveloped to learn much Not really focusing on education, not normal for todays society Childhood (7-14) Education should focus on sports and music Adolescence (14-21) Capacity for reason allows for study of science and math Plato vs. Aristotle Aristotle- thought of children as animals Children’s Crusade Walked from Germany to Jerusulm Used children to see holy sites Children were seen as innocent and powerful Most were teenagers and taken advantaged of Killed and raped
1500-1890 Life Cycle Service Faded during the Industrial Revolution Teenagers became more free and there were more problems Hangouts like YMCA developed Age of Adolescence: 1890-1920 Contributing Factors: 1. Legislation prohibiting child labor 2. Compulsory education before this point you didn’t have to go to school, now it is a requirement 3. Adolescence as a distinct field of scholarship 1890- 5% look up statistics for kids in school G. Stanley Hall First man in US to earn a degree in Psych Child Study Movement- research to better the lives of children and adolescents. Children became a focus. Recapitulation- development of an individual re-enacts evolution of human species.
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