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Chapter 3: Personal, Social, and Moral Development

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Chapter 3: Personal, Social, and Moral Development

Eggen, P., & Kauchak, D. (2013).
Educational Psychology: Windows on Classrooms (9th.Ed.). Merrill:Upper Saddle River, NJ.

Francisco Flores & Nicanora Valderas. EDUC 4302 Spring 2015
Univeristy of Texas Pan-American

Chapter Outline
Obstacles to Healthy Development
Obesity- health risks, social problems and peer rejection

Alcohol & Drugs- health problems, motor vehicle accidents and even suicide

Child Abuse - emotional breakdowns, neglect, sexual abuse and decrease in academic performance

Peer Aggression - rejection, poor
grades and delinquency
Physical Development
The Development of Identity and Self-Concept
Erikson's Theory Of Psychological Development :
Bronfenbrenner's Bioecological Model of Development
-Environmental Infulences on Development
-Obstacles to Healthy Development
-Technology, Learning, and Development: Cyberbullying

mesosysyem- Interactions between the components of the microsystem.

Exosystem - Societal influences:schools, jobs, work conditions.

Macrosystem- The culture in which a person develops
-Bronfenbrenner's Bioecological Model of
- Physical Development
-The Devlopment of Identity and Self-
-Social Development
-Development of Morality, Social
Responsibility and Self-Control
Bronfenbrenner's ecological model suggests that a person's development is influenced by the environment; peers, school, culture, language, etc.

Bioecological Model of Human DEvelopment
microsystem-Innermost level, composed of
immediate surrounding:family, friends, neighborhood
Early Childhood and Elementary Years
transition from young third and fourth
graders to bigger fifth and sixth graders

Recess: An Important Component of Physical

Organized Sports - contribute to physical
development through conditioning and
coordination. Involvement also increases
personal and social development.

The Adolescent Years
Puberty - series of changes and physiological
development that occurs during adolescence.
The maturation of the reproductive system takes place
Human behavior is primarily motivated by
culture and the desire for social interaction.
Contemporary View of Child Development
Views which focus on on individual effort
as a person defines themselves through
caeeer choices and lifestyle
Sexual Identity - self defined affiliation in terms
of gender. Plays a major role in identity
The Development of Self- Concept
Self - Concept and Self - Esteem
Self-Concept- emotional evaluation of one's self

Self-Concept and Achievement- The correlation between the two is positive but weak.

Ethnic Identity
Knowledge and awareness of the belonging to a specific ethnic group and culture.

Collective self-esteem referrs to one's perception of worth or value in realtion to the groups to whom they belong
Technology Learning and Development: Cyberbullying
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