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Psychosocial Development

Psychosocial Development. EDU 330: Educational Psychology Dr. Daniel Moos. Psychosocial Development: Learning Objectives. Identify key assumptions of Erikson ’ s Theory of Personality Development Describe stages of personality development, according to Erikson ’ s theory

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Psychosocial Development

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  1. Psychosocial Development EDU 330: Educational Psychology Dr. Daniel Moos

  2. Psychosocial Development: Learning Objectives • Identify key assumptions of Erikson’s Theory of Personality Development • Describe stages of personality development, according to Erikson’s theory • Apply Erikson’s theory to the developmental group that you plan to teach

  3. Planning your learning • How do you think personality develops? • What questions do you have about personality development? • What role do you think teachers can (and should) have in their students’ personality development?

  4. Personality: Contextualizing theories Tony Soprano Life is unpredictable Good command of will power Self-absorbed Life full of missed opportunities

  5. Personality Development: Nature vs. Nurture

  6. Development of identify and self-concept (I) • Assumptions of Erikson’s Theory of Psychosocial Development • Stages • Psychosocial challenge (crisis) opportunities for development • Negative resolutions = Personality imperfections • Move through stages, regardless of resolutions

  7. Development of identify and self-concept(III) Trust, relaxed, optimistic See life as unpredictable Trust v. Mistrust (0-1) Trusts develops Fear being exposed as inadequate Autonomy v. Shame/ Doubt (1-3) Independence fostered by mastery Good sense and command of their will power Clear sense of what they want in life Self-restrictive and fear of making mistakes Exploratory attitude Initiative v. Guilt (3-6)

  8. Development of identify and self-concept(IV) Enjoyment of mastery comes through success and recognition Relish achievement and like to tackle challenge Feel inadequate, incapable, lack ambition Industry v. Inferiority (6-12) Know who they are, what their goals are, and where they are going See conflict in who they are and what they would like to be Identity through experimentation Identity v. Confusion (12-18) Commitment to partnerships and ethics to abide by the commitments Self-absorbed; identity too fragile to maintain uncertainties in relationships Openness to others Intimacy v. Isolation (Young adulthood)

  9. Development of identify and self-concept(V) Generativity v. Stagnation (Middle adulthood) Concern for creation of better world. Focus on service to others Lack long term-goals; live for short-term gratification Concern for next generation View life as filled with missed opportunities Acceptance of one’s life Feel their lives have meaning and significance Integrity v. Despair (Old age)

  10. Erikson: Application (II) -TONY SOPRANO- • Life is unpredictable • - resolution of trust v mistrust • Self-absorbed • - resolution of intimacy v. isolation • Life is full of missed opportunities • - resolution of integrity v. despair

  11. Monitoring your learning • What did you learn about personality development? • What questions (if any) do you have about the information presented? • Is there anything that you did not understand in the video? • Do you need to go back in the video and fill any gaps in understanding?

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