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Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
Edpsych-ed Final PPT
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Edpsych-ed Final PPT

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  • 1. Edpsych-ed PBL Scenario 2
  • 2. JEREMY
  • 3. JEREMY Possible explanations for his problems
  • 4. Root Problems
    • Poor quality between microsystems
    • Vygotsky’s Theory of Cognitive Development
    • No role model
    • Bandura’s Social Learning Theory
  • 5. Friends
    • Disrespectful and insensitive to Jeremy
    • Bandura’s Theory: Social Learning Theory
    • No role model to mimic
    • Skinner’s Theory: Behavioural Theory
    • Positively reinforced by teacher
  • 6. Parents
    • No time management
    • No shared responsibility with school
    • Unrealistic expectations
    • Theory: BF Skinner’s Behavioural Theory
    • Positive punishment
      • Take away Jeremy’s free time by making him complete more assignments
  • 7. School
    • Fixated on correcting Jeremy’s attitude
    • Skinner’s Theory: Behavioural Theory
    • Positive punishment: Standing outside the class
    • Vygotsky’s ZPD: Parents & School/Teachers
    • No feedback between school and parents
      • Cannot establish ZPD
  • 8. JEREMY Possible solutions for his problems
  • 9. Solutions
    • Bronfrenbrenner’s Ecological Systems Theory
      • - Work on the links in the microsystems and mesosystems surrounding Jeremy
    TEACHERS
  • 10. Friends
    • Lesson Teaching Values
      • Students can play games/role play
      • (e.g.: games that reflect certain aspects of social relationships)
      • Perspective Taking
      • (Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development)
      •  Increase social understanding and therefore interaction between him and his friends
  • 11. Friends
    • Lesson Teaching Values
      • Task/experience is within his Zone of Promixal Development (ZPD)
      • (Vygotsky’s Social Development Theory)
      • Provide feedback to guide and encourage Jeremy’s individual social learning
  • 12. Friends
    • As a teacher, model good and appropriate behaviour in class for the students to adopt
    • (Bandura’s Social Learning Theory)
  • 13. Parents
    • Work towards building rapport with the the parents
      • Give updates via email
      • Potentially act as a mediator between Jeremy and his parents
  • 14. Parents
    • Propose to keep Jeremy in school for individualized attention (on certain days), as opposed to tuition.
  • 15. School
    • Providing a Male Role Model
      • E.g.: teacher or counselor to establish healthy relationships with him
      • (Bandura’s Social Cognitive Theory)
  • 16. School
    • Avoid Using Punishment
      • Negative reinforcement
      • E.g.: reducing his existing punishments in school if he does his work and/or behaves well in class
      • Positive reinforcement
      • (Skinner’s Behavioural Theory)

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