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S/E development in middle childhood

STUDY
PLAY
industry vs inferiority
industry being engaged in productive work, and inferiority being trying new skills and failing without adequate instruction.
self-concept in middle childhood
much more realistic
self-esteem in middle childhood
comparing ourselves to an ideal and how others support us
who has higher academic competence?
boys
who has higher social competence?
girls
who has higher physical competence?
boys
who has higher physical appearance confidence?
boys
who has a higher overall self-esteem?
boys
perspective taking
selman
connected to:
cognitive dev.
authoritative parenting
peers
emotional dev.
what are the 4 stages of selman's theory?
0. undifferentiated
1. social-informational
2. third-party perspective
3. societal perspective
psychoanalytic theory
guilt serves as what is right and wrong
social learning
imitation of good behavior for good conduct
cognitive moral development
reasoning for good conduct
damen's sequence
5-6 = equality
6-7 = merit
8-up = benevolence
piaget's moral development
moral realism- (3-6) RULES!
moral relativism- (8-up)
kohlberg
we construct what we believe is right and wrong, and it is measured by how we reason dilemmas
pre conventional
conventional
postconventional
preconventiional
judgements are based solely on person's own needs and perspectives
conventional
needs of other people and groups are taken in
post conventional
judgements based on generalized principles
gilligan
moral development theory
women care about the well being of specific groups and oneself, while men care about justice for all.
ty binfet
gives students moral dilemmas to consider
teaching and learning benefits
teaching and learning benefits
reasoning
active listening
no side conversations
justifying opinions
respecting others
speaking clearly
problem solving
friends
subset of peers who engage in mutual companionship
4 areas of peer acceptance
popular
rejected
controversial
neglected
pros/cons of a blended family
complex
more financial support