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Jeremy by Mind Map: Jeremy
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Jeremy

Social Context

Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Systems Theory

Microsystem, R/n with family, R/n with peers, R/n with teachers

Mesosystem, Parents vs. Teachers

Exosystem, Parents & work -> work environment too hectic, no time for communication with each other and with child

Macrosystem, Cultural context -> meritocratic

Chronosystem ?

Socioemotional

"the ability to initiate and maintain secure relationships."

Erikson's theory see: http://psychology.about.com/od/theoriesofpersonality/a/psychosocial.htm

Which stage will the child be?, 1st stage: Trust vs Mistrust Can the child develop trust?, 2nd stage: Autonomy vs Shame & Doubt Child has no control, plagued by self-doubt, 3rd stage: Initiative vs Guilt Not given chance to show initiative, not motivated to take initiative, Stage 4: Accomplishment vs Inferiority No sense of accomplishment, feels inferior, Stage 5: Identity vs Role Confusion Insecure, confused about self and future, Adolescent stage (stage of "Jeremy"), Stage 6: Intimacy vs Isolation Because of weak foundation in previous stages -> poor sense of self -> unable to commit to relationship -> emotional isolation, lonliness, depression, Stage 7: Generativity vs. Stagnation Unable to contribute to society -> feels unproductive and uninvolved, Stage 8: Ego Integrity vs. Despair Feels that life is wasted, feelings of bitterness and despair

Social and emotional development is stunted as it is a build up of previous stages -> negative consequences will follow in the following stages if issues are unresolved

Also see: Bingham and Stryker's Socioemotional Development for Girls theory

Information Processing

"completes all the assignments but still fails"

Can learn but cannot apply

Examine the link between knowledge and application

Piaget's theory of cognitive development?

Also see Kieran Egan’s educational theory