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1 Ms. Laura Gottardo TEC 546 Grand Canyon University 8/2/11

2 Scrapbook Project! Scenario: Congratulations on the newest member of your family! As a proud parent you choose to document all of your child’s big moments in a electronic scrapbook! You include pictures and journal entries to document how your child changes overtime. Your child means everything to you and your scrapbook reflects this attitude through tone and style. And of course, your journal details reflect your expertise in developmental psychology, as shown by incorporating major theories of human development including: 1. Erikson’s Stages of Social Development & Freud’s Stages 2. Kholberg’s Stages of Moral Reasoning Development 3. Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive (thinking) Development 4. Physical Changes (as indicated in growth chart provided) Happy scrapbooking Mom and Dad! See rubric for requirements… Name ______________

3 Excellent 5 points Average 4-3 points Needs Improvement 1-2 points Did not attempt, no points! Infancy Phase (birth to 2 years) All 5 Infancy requirements included in detail & accurate All 5 requirements included but lacking detail but accurate All 5 requirements not included and/or lacking in detail and accuracy Did not attempt Toddler page (2-3 years) All 5 Toddler requirements included in detail & accurate All 5 requirements included but lacking detail but accurate All 5 requirements not included and/or lacking in detail and accuracy Did not attempt Play Age page (4-5 years) All 5 Play Age requirements included in detail & accurate All 5 requirements included but lacking detail but accurate All 5 requirements not included and/or lacking in detail and accuracy Did not attempt School Age page (6-11 years) All 5 School Age requirements included in detail & accurate All 5 requirements included but lacking detail but accurate All 5 requirements not included and/or lacking in detail and accuracy Did not attempt Adolescence page (12-18+ Years) All 5 Adolescence requirements included in detail & accurate All 5 requirements included but lacking detail but accurate All 5 requirements not included and/or lacking in detail and accuracy Did not attempt CreativityMany unique ideas, design, etc Some unique ideas, design, etcStraightforwardDid not attempt GrammarFree of writing errorsA few errors but doesn’t affect understanding Numerous errors that affect understanding Did not attempt Organization/AppearanceHighly organized & looks real. Excellent use of technology. Mostly organized not quite real. Tech skills need work. Not very organized &/or doesn’t seem real. Lacking tech skills. Did not attempt Authentic/ ToneI can tell you know your child well and are a proud parent! I can mostly tell you know your child well and are a proud parent I am not convinced you are a proud parent and know you child well! Did not attempt On Time ON TIME!!! Due Date ___________ _____ Name ______________ Date ______________ Block ______________ Human Development-Scrapbook Project Rubric You must attach this rubric to your project or it will NOT be graded! ______/50 Possible Points

4 Scrap booking time for all proud parents!!- INFANCY: The Event : Today, your baby rolled over for the first time & you caught the “Kodak” moment!!! 1. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT- What phase of social development does Erikson/Freud say your baby is in? What’s important for parents to do & why? 2. MORAL DEVELOPMENT- If your baby tries to touch the electrical outlet how should you correct, Baby? Why, according to Kholberg? 3. COGNITIVE- What does your baby think about/what is/she interested in? What does Piaget call this stage? What does that mean? 4. PHYSICAL- Using the growth chart, tell me about your baby’s height, weight, and physical abilities 5. PICTURE- Should show your baby’s phenotypes & common behaviors. 5 Requirements : Don’t forget to be creative in your scrapbooking style. Tip: Use Power Point Stationary. Go to File, New, and Stationary. Infancy Rough Draft Due Date: __________________

5 Scrap booking time for all proud parents!!--- Toddler! The Event : It’s your son/daughter’s first Halloween and you can’t wait to take him/her trick-or treating! Of course you take a picture! 1. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT- What phase of social development does Erikson/Freud say your baby is in? Give examples of their behaviors. 2. MORAL DEVELOPMENT- What phase is your child in and provide examples of things they say or do that illustrate this. 3. COGNITIVE- What thinking abilities does your child have? Give examples from Halloween night. 4. PHYSICAL- They grow so fast. Give me your toddlers measurements. What exciting physical developments have occurred? 5. PICTURES- Let me see that Halloween Costume, etc. Tip: Check out your family scrapbooks for creative extras. Toddler Rough Draft Due Date: __________________ 5 Requirements :

6 1. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT What new relationships are forming in your child’s life? What’s important in this phase of life according to Freud’s stages? Include the name of the phase in your scrapbook. 2. MORAL DEVELOPMENT Tell me about one book that was read at preschool to help build your child’s moral reasoning abilities. (Ex.- The Boy that Cried Wolf) 3. COGNITIVE What appropriate learning activities was your preschooler engaged in? Explain using Piaget’s stages. 4. PHYSICAL Write about how your baby has physically changed (height, weight, color, etc). What can they do now, that they didn’t do last year? 5. PICTURES Your pictures should be action shots that illustrates changes from toddler years to play age years. Tip: More pics, the merrier! Scrap booking time for all proud parents!!- play Age The Event : Today, is the first day of preschool! You shed a tear as you leave your cute “baby” with Ms. Lyn. You think about how much your “baby” has grown. Play Age Rough Draft Due Date: __________________ 5 Requirements :

7 1.SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT What phases of social development is your child in? Are they successful? Explain why or why not? Be creative! 2. MORAL DEVELOPMENT Explain one moral dilemma your child faced at school. How did they handle it? Which phase of Kholberg’s is this? 3. COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT What are cognitive abilities your child should now have? Give examples of how they have met or not met this phase based on what their teachers are saying. 4. PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT What do they do in gym class? What Size uniform did you buy him/her? 5. PICTURES Your pics. should show their abilities. Scrap booking time for all proud parents!!- School Age! The Event : Tonight was open house for 4 th grade. Your son/daughter was excited to show you their desk, teacher, and work! You scrapbook the whole event. 5 Requirements : Play Age Rough Draft Due Date: __________________

8 1. SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT What’s important to your teen now? Who do they spend most of their time with? So, what phase is he/she in? 2. MORAL DEVELOPMENT What’s a dilemma your teen experienced? What phase of Kholberg’s moral reasoning did they use? Explain clearly. 3. COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT What cognitive phase is your teen in? How do you know? Give at least two examples. 4. PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT What are their measurements for the gap and gown? How does puberty play a role in physical development? 5. PICTURE Let me see all of the important senior moments! Scrap booking time for all proud parents!!- Adolescence! The Event : Your “child” is graduating high school tomorrow. You take an early picture of them in their cap and gown. My how they have grown )= 5 Requirements : Adolescence Rough Draft Due Date: __________________


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