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Constructive Developmental Theory

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ANDREW FINCH

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Constructive Developmental Theory
Pilgrim in Process (Mahoney, 2003)
"Least Complicated"
by the Indigo Girls
http://www.amazon.com/Least-Complicated/dp/B00K8IOEFQ
Robert Kegan (1946-present)
Meta-Psychology
"Ash Wednesday", by T.S. Eliot
Helix of Self-Other Relations
Trojan Horse Theory
Dr. Mahoney, recorded on May 20, 2004
SOURCE: http://sites.google.com/site/drmichaelmahoney/voice
Thoughts on "Knowing" - James T. Hansen
Modernism
Post-Modernism
Social Constructionism
Constructivism
Radical Constructivism
Critical Constructivism
Mahoney's (2004)
Five Themes of Constructivism
1. Active Agency
2. Order
3. Self
4. Social-Symbolic Relatedness
5. Lifespan Development
Michael Mahoney (1946-2006)
SOURCE: Mahoney (2004). http://sites.google.com/site/constructingworlds/what
“We are born, grow up, grow old and eventually die. Everything is moving, changing, either rising and developing or declining and dying away. Any equilibrium is only relative, and only has meaning in relation to other forms of motion.” - Frederick Engels
"Humans Being" - An Activity
Constructivism

Epistemological

Ontological
Evolutionary Crisis & Change
Similar to Piaget's "equilibration"
Evolutionary
Truce
Kegan:
All humans are vulnerable to growth
http://coridantinimakes.blogspot.com/2010/10/truce.html
Holding Environment
A "culture of embeddedness"
Confirmation
Contradiction
Continuity
Pacing
Natural Therapy
Meaning-Making
Holding Environments
SOURCE: http://www.copilotmom.com/captains-quotes-being-human/
Kegan's Stages
SOURCE: "Point, Line, Plane, Volume, Movement" www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYietFaC57Y
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