Professional Development Objectives for Social Work Majors: 1. Students will be able to practice with the values, ethics and principles of the social wok profession 2. Students will be able to use the theoretical frameworks to understand human development and behavior across the life and the interactions between individuals, families, groups, organizations and communities 3. Students will be able to utilize the skills and knowledge of a generalist social work perspective to work with systems of all sizes Course Objectives: At completion of this course students will be: 1. able to discuss the Behavioral, Adlerian and Psychoanalytic approaches to parenting 2. able to define permissive, democratic and autocratic parenting 3. knowledgeable about interventions into parent-child problems 4. familiar with the parenting skills associated with each theory 5. able to give practical examples of how parenting skills can be applied in a family context 6. able to explain the roles of the family in the raising of mentally healthy children 7. able to discuss the effects of divorce and violence on children 8. knowledgeable about some aspects of child and adolescent development
Click on the discussion icon, answer the question(s) which appear in modules or which the professor posts on the discussion board and reply to one other students answers so you can share ideas and viewpoints.
Psychoanalytic Parenting Theory- Read lectures posted under the psychoanalytic parenting theory icon.
Videos: Watch videos 1,2,3 &4 PRIOR to taking Exam one
EXAM ONE – Questions will be over Module 1 and the assigned videos.
Adlerian Parenting Theory – Read the posted lectures on Adlerian parenting theory icon.
Video: Watch this video before taking Exam two
EXAM TWO- Questions are over Module 2 and the assigned video
Behavioral Parenting- Read the posted lectures on behavioral parenting theory icon.
Video:Watch this video before taking exam 3
FINAL EXAM – Questions are from Module 3 and the assigned video
Evaluation and Grading:
Each exam is equal in weight and grading. You must aberage 90% correct answers on all three (3) exams to earn an “A”, 80% correct to earn a “B”, 70% correct to earn a “c” and at least 60% correct to earn a “D”.
Total Points: Possible:
Exam One 100
Exam Two 100
Exam Three 100
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Penalty of 10%
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