ED PSYCH Socio-Emotional Development
ED PSYCH Socio-Emotional Development 2162 EDFI 3020
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EDFI 3020: Educational Psychology SocioEmotional Development Criticisms of Freud Product of his time (Victorian Era) o Sexual Repression Unobservable work (Internal) can’t study/prove Theories Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic o FreudPsychosexual Stages of Development Emphasis of Unconscious Sex (Eros) and Destructive (Thanatology) drives Three components of personality Id (Pleasure) Libido Ego (Based on reality) Super Ego (Consciousness) Erikson Psychosocial Stages of Development Erikson Psychosocial Stages of Development o Epigenetic Principle: “The notion that a child’s personality develops through a series of genetically predetermined stages that interact with social interactions in the child’s environment” (Snowman & McCown, 2013, p. 17) o Emphasized continuing the development of how the individual views oneself and relationship with others o Interdependent Stages: Accomplishment later depend on the early years. Must be accomplished so one is able to move on, successfully Develop from birth to death (8 Stages) o Stages are a developmental crises, which needs a positive resolution to have a healthy development in the future. Criticisms o Gender Bias Boys: “PenisPower” Male dominant Girls: Receptive Based on building a house with blocks Resolutions Identity Status James Marcia: Suggests that 4 Statuses emerge during adolescence: o Identity Achievement (Want to be) o Identity Diffusion (Not what we want them to be) o Identity Moratorium o Identity Foreclosure (Beware of this) Teaching Strategies Based on Erikson’s Theory Encourage young children’s initiative o Freedom to explore o Freedom to be curious o Minimizing criticism Promote industry in elementary students o Promotion of curiosity and mastery o Requiring students to be productive Stimulation of identity exploration in adolescents o Vocational goals o Encouraging the adolescents to think independently and freely express their views Identity Emerging Adulthood: transitioning from adolescence to young adulthood o Process of refining and enhancing identity choices (Kroger, 2007) The stage is defined as an age of: o Identity exploration o Selffocus (Doing this for me) o Feeling in Between Adolescent vs. Adulthood o Possibilities (Arnett & Tanner, 2004)
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