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Week 2 Lecture Notes

by: Maddy Hodgman

Week 2 Lecture Notes EDUCATION 305/PSYCHOLOGY 305

Maddy Hodgman
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Educational Psychology
Carey Dimmitt

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Lecture notes for Week 2 of Educational Psychology, MWF 10:10-11:00 with Carey Dimmitt. 1/26/15 - Diversity and Educational Psychology (I left out a section at the end that we had already discus...
Educational Psychology
Carey Dimmitt
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educational psychology, ed psych, Education, Psychology, emotional development, emotion, development, moral development, moral, diversity
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Date Created: 01/30/15
Friday January 30 2015 Educational Psychology Week 2 Moral Development theories of moral reasonings focus on the thought processes individuals use in determining right from wrong rather than on the behavior they exhibit moral behavior gt an individual s actions moral reasoning gt an individual s rationale in determining right from wrong multiple contexts Bronfenbrenner s Bioecological Model BBM religion as a source of moral development embarrassment as motivation to change difference between embarrassment shame and guilt shame shuts us down embarrassment and guilt motivate us to not do it again and change our actions Wednesday January 28 2015 Educational Psychology Week 2 Emotional Development emotion complex constellations of physiology behavior and feeling that can have direct impact on student performance temperament genetically based individual differences in emotion activity and self control to stimuli and events huge range in how we respond to these stimuli 2 key dimensions of parental belief 1 acceptability of emotions 2 active socializationcoaching with respect to children s emotional expression parents tend to encourage emotional expression in girls except anger parents attempt to regular boys emotional expressiveness particularly sadness and pain display rules cultural rules that govern the display of emotion in social settings Emotional Intelligence Gorman ability to perceive express understand and manage emotions 5 key components 1 emotional understandingseIfawareness 2 responding to others emotions gt empathy emotional regulation ex managing anxiety by calming down and being able to ask for help calming mechanisms breathing writing lists prioritizing etc 4 selfmotivation 5 emotions in relationships gt social skills How is emotional intelligence related to success in school able to focus on learning instead of emotion Wednesday January 28 2015 emotions as motivation social skills lacking gt difficulties positive affect leads to better memory communicating ideas objectively role of feelings selfawareness and knowledge of learning preferences positive social skills gt community gt learning empathy gt manage expectations of self and of others group skills improveincrease SocialEmotional Learning SEL gt caselorg essential principles 1 caring relationships are the foundation of lasting learning 2 emotions affect how and what we learn 3 goal setting and problem solving provide focus direction and energy for learning better academic performance improved attitudes and behavior fewer negative behaviors reduced emotional distress How do teachers and parents support emotional development distribute work gt less anxiety understanding temperament extensionsflexibility creative outlets where can each person be successful parents and teachers are on your team setting high standards and helping reach goals deep conversation gt facilitating Wednesday January 28 2015 setting up an open dialogue allows for risk vulnerabilityimperfection allows for mistakes without shame Original Attachment Theorists Bowlby attachment is innate to ensure that the caregiver will stay nearby caregiver is motivated to provide comfort and assistance Attachment Theory secure attachment gt felt security insecure attachment avoidant attachment unresponsive lacks warmth anxiousambivalent attachment Monday January 26 2015 Educational Psychology Week 2 Diversity and Educational Psychology Culture Race Ethnicity Religion culture behaviors and belief systems of a social group culture of origin may be recent or several generations back relevant to different extents to different families ethnic group individuals who have common historical roots values beliefs and behaviors related to culture members share a sense of interdependent connectedness religion religious beliefs customs practices historical and present day meaning ie some individuals are raised Catholic but are nonpracticing or vice versa race originally an anthropological system for classifying skeletal remains based on phenotype no longer used in anthropology considered inaccurate now race can mean ancestral social ethnic and cultural connections in the US race has larger sociopolitical meaning than in other cultures historically and ongoing Why do white people in the US have weaker ties to their racial identities their identities are dominant in the norm not singled out positive racial ethnic and religious identity is correlated with more academic success helps children to form a positive identity in a clear sense of self Sex Gender Sexual Orientation a biological status as male or female gender behaviors learned in the environment about being either male or female gender identity internal subjective experience of gender Monday January 26 2015 may or may not match sex or cultural gender norms sexual orientation physical andor emotional attraction to other genders or the same gender disability being unable to perform some behavior task or skill or needing more time and effort to do so Class and Socioeconomic Status g socioeconomic status how much money you have access to resources both money and power highly correlated with education m historically related to work done blue collar white collar pink coar etc education required for jobs has to do with values gt is there an upper class culture or working class culture higher SES students tend to have higher scores and grades and stay in school longer why Prejudice and Embracing Diversity review of previous cass discussion Child Development historical context cultural context notion of childhood is a modern idea extension of childhood into adulthood what is development definition it is not just y change changes are increasingly complex in a logical sequence and support a person s capacity to respond to their environment Parenting Practices Baumrind control behavioral aspects responsiveness emotional aspects


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