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Jackie Booth - Child and Family Development
Jackie Booth - Child and Family Development
Jackie Booth - Child and Family Development
Jackie Booth - Child and Family Development
Jackie Booth - Child and Family Development
Jackie Booth - Child and Family Development
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The Family Genogram (Creating A Webpage)

The Family Genogram (Creating A Webpage)

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  • 1. Enhancing Education with Technology
    • “ Learning increases significantly when students are engaged in academic study through authentic, real-world experiences” ( www.ncrel.org/engauge ).
    • “ Learning is generally enhanced when learners are required to take information that is present in one format and re-represent it in an alternative form” (Halpern & Hakel, 2003, p. 39).
  • 2. The Family Genogram Create a Personal Webpage
  • 3. Student’s Name
    • Introduction
      • Family of Origin
      • Narrative
    • Genogram
      • Family tree
      • Templates from BB
    • Factual Data Sheet
      • Extended Family
      • Chart form (Excel)
    • Personal Insights
    • In partial fulfillment for
    • CFD 135
    • MWF 2-3
    • Dr. Jacki Booth
  • 4. Family of Origin (Part 1)
    • Student’s biography
      • Composition of the family of origin
      • Education and occupation of parent(s)
      • Size and type of community (childhood)
      • Extended family members
        • Types of relationships
        • Location
  • 5. Genogram (Part 2) # # Marriage Line Living Together Separated Divorced Male Female X X Deceased Deceased A F Adopted Foster Un-Born Child Copy and paste shapes from this page to each Generation page as necessary. Copy the slashes in the orange boxes above as necessary. Use connectors as shown on the next slide
  • 6. Example of Connections # # # # # # X Connectors are inserted from the AutoShapes menu on The Draw Toolbar at the bottom of the PowerPoint window As shown in the picture to the left
  • 7. Factual Data Sheet (Part 3)
    • Typed in chart form with 10 columns and as many numbered rows as there are numbered symbols on the genogram
      • Number (correlated with genogram)
      • Name
      • Relationship to student
      • Date of birth / death
      • Date of marriage / divorce / remarriage
      • Occupation / profession
      • Major life events
      • Physical / health issues
      • Personality traits
      • Rituals / traditions
  • 8. Personal Insights (Part 4)
    • Identify intergenerational patterns
    • Refer to parts 2 and 3 for:
      • Learned attitudes, values, & beliefs
      • Personality traits & patterns of behavior
      • Intergenerational health issues
      • Chosen occupations / professions

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