Back to learning exercises hit list
Search all MERLOT
Click here to go to your profile
Select to go to your workspace
Click here to go to your Dashboard Report
Click here to go to your Content Builder
Click here to log out
Search Terms
Enter username
Enter password
Please give at least one keyword of at least three characters for the search to work with. The more keywords you give, the better the search will work for you.
select OK to launch help window
cancel help

MERLOT II


    

Learning Exercise


Material: The Assessment Triangle
Submitted by: Dr. Sherri Restauri on Jul 12, 2012
Date Last Modified: Jul 12, 2012
Title: Life Impacts
Description: Using this theory and case study as a guide students review in advance, provide students with a lifespan timeline sheet. Have them document their top 10 life events that have shaped their outcomes up to their current timeframe. Have them detail these events in 2-3 sentences on a separate sheet. Make note that students should only disclose information that they feel comfortable in discussing with classmates and their professor. After completion of activity outside of class, lead class in noting commonalities that occurred during different stages of life, i.e., childhood, adolescence, etc., as well as major differences.
Type of Task: Individual, Student-centered, Unsupervised
Time Required 30-60 minutes out of class. 20 minutes in class.
Topics: lifespan development, assessment triangle, developmental outcomes
Course: Developmental Psychology
Audience: College General Ed, College Lower Division
Categories:
Prerequisites Skills: Review of the Assessment Triangle repository item, including the timeline.
Text of Learning Exercise: Using this theory and case study as a guide students review in advance, provide students with a lifespan timeline sheet. Have them document their top 10 life events that have shaped their outcomes up to their current timeframe. Have them detail these events in 2-3 sentences on a separate sheet. Make note that students should only disclose information that they feel comfortable in discussing with classmates and their professor. After completion of activity outside of class, lead class in noting commonalities that occurred during different stages of life, i.e., childhood, adolescence, etc., as well as major differences.
Bookmark and Share