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Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
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Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
Chdv496 Mw Ppt1 Introductions Overview Hw1 Web
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  • 1. CHDV 496: Senior Seminar Section 01
  • 2. Agenda
    • Introductions
    • Syllabus
    • Overview of Development
      • Chronologically
      • Domains
      • Selecting a topic
    • How to search for a topic
    • Homework Assignment
    • Select theories for assignments
    • Background knowledge survey
  • 3. Introductions
    • Dr Kouyoumdjian
    • 2 nd year at CSULA
    • Teaching
    • Advising
    • Research
  • 4. Syllabus
  • 5. Senior Seminar in Child Development
    • This course is meant to serve as the culminating experience of your studies in the Department of Child and Family Studies.
    • In this seminar/workshop style course, the students will demonstrate their advanced knowledge of child development by integrating concepts and developing skills of analysis and communication.
    • Students will review major theories of development to demonstrate breadth of knowledge in this field, and will also select a research topic of interest to pursue in depth.
    • The course will be fast-paced, and will depend on student preparation, engagement, and participation.
  • 6. Prerequisites
    • Completion of 135 units
    • Satisfactory completion of the Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement (GWAR).
    • CHDV 210, CHDV 220, CHDV 443, CHDV 492/ COMD 456
    • IF YOU ARE MISSING ANY OF THESE PREREQUISITES, YOU CAN NOT TAKE THIS COURSE
  • 7. Student Learning Outcomes
    • exhibit advanced knowledge of, and become adept at critically assessing, pivotal theories and research findings in child development,
    • become proficient in defining and explaining key concepts associated with each major school of thought in child development,
    • demonstrate the ability to organize thought, including the ability to distinguish fact from opinion, and the ability to draw inferences from data about child development issues,
    • demonstrate the ability to integrate child development literature in order to clarify and organize understanding of current issues and/or problems in child development,
    • communicate advanced information in the child development field through multiple types of communication including verbally and in a variety of written formats, and
    • be able to produce written products that conform to accepted standards of communication in the field and practice (i.e., use of APA style).
  • 8. Course Readings
    • The following textbook is required and available at the campus bookstore:
      • Crain, W. (2005). Theories of development (5th Ed.). New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
    • The following reference guides are recommended (Select material from these references required for the course will be posted on webct):
      • American Psychological Association. (2005). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Ed.). Washington, DC: Author.
      • Hacker, D. (2007). A writer’s reference (5th Ed.). Boston: Beford/St. Martins.
  • 9. Course Activities
    • In-class Activities
    • Research Project
          • Research Progress Assignments
          • Research Review Paper
          • Research Review Oral Presentation
  • 10. Course policies
    • Attendance and Engagement
    • Laptops, Cell phones, IPODs and MP3 players
    • Student Conduct
    • Turnitin
    • Statement of Reasonable Accommodation
  • 11. Other important information
    • Classroom Resources
    • E-mail Communication
    • Professional Learning Standards
    • Furlough days
    • Items on syllabus are subject to change at the discretion of the instructor to best suit the needs of the class.
  • 12. Grading Criteria 100 Total 30 Final Review Paper 20 Final Oral Presentation 5 Peer Review Feedback (paper & presentation) 5 Draft 2 5 Draft 1 3 Theory Presentation 5 Theoretical Framework 5 Introduction 10 Annotated APA style reference list 2 Topic Research Project 1 Checking Originality 1 Paraphrasing Research 2 Theory Jigsaw 1 Writing paragraphs 1 Brainstorm outline for paper 1 Writing thesis statements 1 Article Summary 2 Background Knowledge Survey In-class Activities Points Assignment
  • 13. Course Activities
    • In-class Activities
    • Research Project
          • Research Progress Assignments
          • Research Review Paper
          • Research Review Oral Presentation
  • 14. Child and Family Studies
    • Thinking about research in this field…
      • Chronologically
      • Domains
    • Selecting a topic
  • 15. Chronologically
    • Infancy
    • Toddlerhood
    • Early childhood
    • Middle childhood
    • Adolescence
    • Emerging Adulthood
    • Adults
  • 16. Developmental Domains Language Emotional Social Physical Cognitive
  • 17. Selecting a topic
    • It should be focused
    • Achievable in the amount of time (manageable)
    • Match students capabilities and interests
  • 18. Searching for a topic
    • Google Scholar
    • Take some time to search and find something that calls out your name
  • 19. Homework Assignment #1
    • Topic (2pts)
    • Due 4/5 by midnight on WEBCT
    • A short paragraph description of the developmental topic you will be examining in this course.
    • Include:
      • a definition of the topic
      • key variables influencing the topic
      • prevalence or relevance of the topic.
  • 20. Homework Assignment #1
    • I would like to examine the role of parent-adolescent communication about sexuality (e.g. puberty, contraception, sexual health, homosexuality) on adolescent sexual behaviors. I am particularly interested in how Latino mothers and daughters communicate about sexuality. Cultural values and the length of time in the U.S. may play a role in how much mothers communicate with their daughters. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Latinas have the highest rate of teen births in the U.S. Such statistics highlight the importance to understand what influences such behaviors.
  • 21. Select theories for assignments 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Chomsky’s Theory of Language Development 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Bandura’s Social Learning Theory 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Learning Theory (e.g. Skinner & Pavlov) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Ethological Theories (e.g. Darwin, Lorez, & Bowlby) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Gesell’s Maturational Theory Theory 3 Theory 2 Student Theory1
  • 22. Background knowledge survey
    • Please complete the survey to the best of your ability
    • Results of the survey will be used to inform course content
    • Your credit is based on your participation

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