Erik Erikson 1902-1994

  By: McKel Baker, Tony Bradshaw, and Alex Copple
Background
 Born in Germany 1902

 Name was Erik Homberger

 Graduated High school

 Teacher

 Married Joan Serson

...
Influences
Influences:
     Sigmund Freud
     Anna Freud (daughter of Sigmund Freud)
Psychologists:
    Henry Murray
 ...
Psychosocial Development
               Stages
 Stage One – Trust vs. Mistrust



 Stage Two – Autonomy vs. Doubt



 S...
Stages continued
 Stage Five- Identity vs. Role Confusion



 Stage Six- Intimacy vs. Isolation



 Stage Seven- Genera...
Critique
 Stage Approach (Piaget, Sigmund and Anna Freud)
   Most theorists prefer an incremental approach

 Same Stage...
Classroom Applications
 Stages IV and V when school has greatest influence

 Teaching Tips (stage IV)
   teachers must ...
References
 Educational Psychology by Robert Slavin
 http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/erikson.html
 Pictures:
   www.er...
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Erik Erikson

  1. 1. Erik Erikson 1902-1994 By: McKel Baker, Tony Bradshaw, and Alex Copple
  2. 2. Background  Born in Germany 1902  Name was Erik Homberger  Graduated High school  Teacher  Married Joan Serson  Harvard, Yale, University of California at Berkley, clinic in Massachusetts  Changed his name to Erik Erickson  Wrote Childhood and Society  Retired in 1970  Died in 1994
  3. 3. Influences Influences:  Sigmund Freud  Anna Freud (daughter of Sigmund Freud) Psychologists:  Henry Murray  Kurt Lewin Anthropologists :  Gregory Bateson  Margaret Mead  Ruth Benedict
  4. 4. Psychosocial Development Stages  Stage One – Trust vs. Mistrust  Stage Two – Autonomy vs. Doubt  Stage Three – Initiative vs. Guilt  Stage Four – Industry vs. Inferiority
  5. 5. Stages continued  Stage Five- Identity vs. Role Confusion  Stage Six- Intimacy vs. Isolation  Stage Seven- Generativity vs. Self Absorption  Stage Eight- Integrity vs. Despair
  6. 6. Critique  Stage Approach (Piaget, Sigmund and Anna Freud)  Most theorists prefer an incremental approach  Same Stages completed in a different age range  How does one progress from one stage to another?  Why does one progress to the next stage?
  7. 7. Classroom Applications  Stages IV and V when school has greatest influence  Teaching Tips (stage IV)  teachers must care (set them up to succeed)  Students are dedicated to the rules  Teaching Tips (stage V)  Aid Students to answer the question: “Who am I?”  Define what success means for the individual  Be a role model and guide their identity finding  Rites of passage
  8. 8. References  Educational Psychology by Robert Slavin  http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/erikson.html  Pictures:  www.ericberne.com  www.mc.maricopa.edu  www.germanoriginality.com  www.malaspina.com  www.colby.edu  deathpower.worpress.com  sdcc13.ucsd.edu  www.ubishops.ca  www.historycentral.com  www.flickr.com

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