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1 Overview of Student Development Area E and ENGR 10 Assignments

2 SJSU General Education Area A – Basic Skills (9 units) Area B – Science & Math (9 units)Area C – Humanities & Arts (9 units)Area D – Social Sciences (9 units) Area E – Human Understanding & Development (3 units) SJSU Studies (12 units)

3 Area E – SJSU General Education Course Content Goals: Understand yourself as an integrated physiological, social, and psychological entity; Be able to formulate strategies for lifelong personal development; Be able to employ available university resources to support your academic and personal development.

4 Area E – SJSU General Education Student Learning Objectives: Recognize the physiological, social/cultural, and psychological influence on your well-being Recognize the interrelation of the physiological, social/cultural, and psychological factors on your development across the lifespan Use appropriate social skills to enhance learning and develop positive interpersonal relationships with diverse groups and individuals

5 Area E – SJSU General Education Student Learning Objectives (cont.): Recognize yourselves as individuals undergoing a particular stage of human development, how your well- being is affected by the university’s academic and social systems, and how you can facilitate your development within the University environment

6 Area E Activities and Assignments Work with diverse groups and individuals Teamwork Employ university resources Recognize the physiological, social/cultural, and psychological influence on well-being Reflections Recognize the physiological, social/cultural, and psychological influence on well-being Recognize selves as individuals undergoing a particular stage of human development Paper Recognize the interrelation of the physiological, social/cultural, and psychological factors on development across the lifespan Robot Discussion

7 Class Survey How Old Are You? A) Younger than 18B) 18-20C) 21-25D) 25-30E) Older than 30

8 Class Survey Do you feel you have reached adulthood? A. Yes B. No C. In some ways yes, in some ways no

9 Class Survey Which of the following do you think is most important for becoming an adult? A. Making Independent decisions B. Accepting responsibility for yourself C. Getting Married D. Becoming financially independent E. Finishing your education

10 What the public thinks

11 Developmental Periods infancyearly childhood middle childhood adolescence emerging adulthood adulthood late adulthood Adolescence Emerging Adulthood Young Adulthood Middle Adulthood Late Adulthood Arnett’s Model 18-25 years old

12 What are Characteristics of Emerging Adults? Exploring identities Instability (work, romance, residence) Focusing on self as independent Believe themselves “between” adolescent & adult Believe life holds many possibilities NOT Universal – LOTS of variation

13 Domains of Development Social Psychological (Cognitive & Emotional) Physiological Social CognitiveEmotional Physiological GE GuidelinesThis Class

14 Developmental Domains thinking, learning, understanding, gaining knowledge, perceiving; ideas; beliefs; attitudes; identity formation; etc. Cognitive self-esteem; pride; shame; sympathy; empathy; mental health; stress; anxiety; happiness; anger; hopelessness; etc. Emotional relationships with family; significant others; peers; classmates; professors; interactions with others; group memberships and activities; cultural relationships; etc. Social health (such as: high blood pressure, high cholesterol, STDs/HIV/AIDS); fitness; nutrition; physical activities; etc. Physiological Psychological

15 Student Development Paper 600-1000 word paper on “college student development” Paper will examine development in all four development domains (physiological, social, emotional, cognitive) You can explore a topic of your choosing (e.g., friendships, stress, romantic relationships, nutrition, health, etc.) related to college student development – as long as you cover all four domains

16 College Student Development Paper Assignment Preparation Watch video by Dr. Maureen Smith Review Paper Guidelines and Rubric Review Audio Lectures and Videos Choose Topic Read and Find Articles on Emerging Adulthood Write Outline and Review Write Paper

17 Materials in Canvas Paper Guidelines Suggested Topics for the paper Rubric for Grading Paper Audio Lectures Lifespan Development and Area E (21 minutes) Emerging Adulthood (29 minutes) General Issues in College Student Development (20 minutes) College Student Developmental in the Context of Developmental Domains (40 minutes) Paper-overview and how to find the references (15 minutes) Quizzes Take Emerging Adulthood quiz Oct 13 Take Lifespan Development quiz. Take the College Student Development quiz Four Required Articles on Student Development

18 Materials in Canvas To prepare, read the four required articles – Oct 29 Burgess, S. R., Stermer, S., & Burgess, M. R. (2012). Video game playing and academic performance in college students. College Student Journal, 46(2), 376-387 (PDF Link)PDF Link Conley, K. M., & Lehman, B. J. (2012). Test anxiety and cardiovascular responses to daily academic stressors. Stress And Health: Journal Of The International Society For The Investigation Of Stress, 28(1), 41-50. doi:10.1002/smi.1399 (PDF Link)PDF Link Holman, A., & Sillars, A. (2012). Talk about 'hooking up': The influence of college student social networks on nonrelationship sex. Health Communication, 27(2), 205-216. doi:10.1080/10410236.2011.575540 (PDF Link)PDF Link Zawadzki, M. J., Graham, J. E., & Gerin, W. (2013). Rumination and anxiety mediate the effect of loneliness on depressed mood and sleep quality in college students. Health Psychology, 32(2), 212-222. doi:10.1037/a0029007 (PDF Link)PDF Link

19 Important Dates Learn about Lifespan Development and Emerging Adulthood – Listen to: Lifespan Development and Area E (audio lecture 21 minutes)audio lecture Listen to: Emerging Adulthood (audio lecture 29 minutes)audio lecture Take Lifespan Development quiz. Oct 20 To prepare, read the four required articles – Listen to: General Issues in College Student Development (audio lecture) (20 minutes)audio lecture Listen to: College Student Developmental in the Context of Developmental Domains (audio lecture) (40 minutes)audio lecture Take the College Student Development quiz Oct 27 References – Nov 3 Find the additional four (or more) references for your College Student/Emerging Adult Development paper and submit them to Canvas in APA format. Watch the paper-overview audio lecture that explains how to find the referencesaudio lecture College Student Development Outline Due – Nov 10 College Student Development Paper Due – Nov 14

20 600 – 1000 Words Format: Introduction, Body and Conclusion Body: Four Sections (one for each domain) Connect or bridge sections References Cited in Body and Listed on Last Page (APA style) Not a Self-Reflection but a Research Report Tips for a Good Score


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