Presentation on theme: "Aspects of Development “Children are not miniature adults.” (p. 30) l Think Differently l See the World Differently l Live by Different Moral and Ethical."— Presentation transcript:
Issues of Development l Does Psychosocial Development Fall Within the Domain of the Classroom Teacher?
Erikson: Stages of Psychosocial Development ¶Trust Versus Mistrust (Birth to 18 Months) ËAutonomy Versus Doubt (18 Months to 3 Years) ÌInitiative Versus Guilt (3 to 6 Years) ÍIndustry Versus Inferiority (6 to 12 Years)
Erikson: Stages of Psychosocial Development ÎIdentity Versus Role Confusion (12 to 18 Years) ÏIntimacy Versus Isolation (Young Adult) ÐGenerativity Versus Self-Absorption (Middle Adult) ÑIntegrity Versus Despair (Late Adult)
Issues of Development l Does Moral Development Fall Within the Domain of the Classroom Teacher?
Theories of Moral Development l Piaget –Heteronomous Morality (Younger) –Autonomous Morality (Older)
Theories of Moral Development l Kohlberg –Preconventional l Punishment and Obedience Orientation l Instrumental Relativist Orientation –Conventional l “Good Boy-Good Girl” Orientation l Law and Order Orientation –Postconventional l Social Contract Orientation l Universal Ethical Principle Orientation
Theories of Moral Development l Moral Dilemma l One of your brightest middle school students spills her purse which contains a non-prescription pain reliever product. You believe her when she tells you that her mother sent her to the store to buy them yesterday, but she forgot they were still in her purse. However, possession of the pill violates your school's zero-tolerance drug policy which you voted for. Would you report the incident?
Theories of Moral Development l Kohlberg –Present moral reasoning that is just above the child’s current level to facilitate development –Moral reasoning is not the same thing as moral behavior. –Most people show reasoning from more than one stage. –A word about the 10 commandments (p. 54).