5 Slides Powerpoint Journal

Please find the attached card named Feeding and pediatrician Card, and write a journal about it.

Including:

 1.Weekly “scenarios: Feeding and pediatrician Card.

2.Developmental milestones.  

3.Developmental theory.

4. Current risks and resiliencies for your child.

Then, Journal Entry #1: Based on your health insurance status, find a pediatrician for your child. Then, decide where you stand on the debates covered in class:

  • Vaccinations
  • First year of sleeping plans
  • When to wean (if breastfeeding)
  • Distribution of child care tasks.

Now, let’s learn about your child’s temperament and attachment.  Please find the attached card named Temperament Card.

Writing style, grammar, and citations/bibliography will also be considered when grading.

PSYC 254 1W 20/SU1 Assignments Week 3 – My Child Journal: Infancy!

Total Points: 20.0

Week 3 – My Child Journal: Infancy

Due Sunday by 11:59pm Points 20 Submitting a text entry box, a website url, or a file upload

My Child Journals

Criteria Ratings Pts

5.0 pts

5.0 pts

5.0 pts

5.0 pts

Submit Assignment

Keep in mind your previous scenarios from last week. This week, you will learn details about your child’s infancy

milestones and parental decisions. Remember to integrate all four areas into your journal and review feedback from

your first journal before submitting.

Each submission must include four parts:

Weekly “scenarios: cards drawn below 5 points)

Developmental milestones (5 points)

Developmental theory (this week focus on the four main theories presented) (5 points)

Current risks and resiliencies for your child (5 points)

Click “Shuffle the Deck and Pick a Card” to learn about your scenario. Select a card in the deck. This is your scenario.

 

SHUFFLE THE DECK AND PICK A CARD

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to bottle feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to breast feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to breast feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to bottle feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to breast feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to breast feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to breast feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to bottle feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to breast feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to bottle feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to breast feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to bottle feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to breast feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to bottle feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to bottle feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to bottle feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to breast feed.

Feeding and Pediatrician

You decide to bottle feed.

 

Screenshot or document the results immediately.

Journal Entry #1: Based on your health insurance status, find a pediatrician for your child. Then, decide where you

stand on the debates covered in class:

Vaccinations

First year of sleeping plans

When to wean (if breastfeeding)

Distribution of child care tasks

Now, let’s learn about your child’s temperament and attachment. Click “Shuffle the Deck and Pick a Card” to learn

about your scenario. Select a card in the deck.

 

SHUFFLE THE DECK AND PICK A CARD

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a slow to warm temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has an easy temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a difficult temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has an easy temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a difficult temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a slow to warm temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a difficult temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a slow to warm temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has an easy temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a difficult temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has an easy temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a slow to warm temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a difficult temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a slow to warm temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a slow to warm temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has an easy temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has a difficult temperament.

Temperament and Attachment

Your child has an easy temperament.

 

Screenshot or document the results immediately.

Journal Entry #2: Complete the Fraley Attachment Questionnaire to determine your own attachment style. Based on

the two of these, determine how your child would score in a strange situation experiment.

When you are finished with your journal entries for this week, submit. You will be graded on the following:

Weekly “assignments” – scenarios distributed weekly (5 points)

Developmental milestones (5 points)

Developmental theory (e.g., Piaget, Erikson, attachment)

Current risks and resiliencies for your child (5 points)

Writing style, grammar, and citations/bibliography will also be considered when grading.

 

Weekly

Scenarios 5.0 pts

Discusses all

weekly scenarios

using creativity

and accurate

concept

application.

4.0 pts

Includes discussion

of weekly scenarios

lacks creativity or

inadequate use of

concept application

3.0 pts

Rating

Description

2.0 pts

Missing 1-2

scenarios,

does not

add creative

elements to

discussion.

1.0 pts

Rating

Description

0.0 pts

Does not

include

responses

to

scenarios

Developmental

Milestones 5.0 pts

Applied an

exceptional

amount of

developmental

information (4

or more

concepts)

4.0 pts

Applies an

appropriate

amount of

developmental

information

)2-3 concepts)

3.0 pts

Rating

Description

2.0 pts

Applies an

adequate

amount of

developmental

information

with errors

1.0 pts

Rating

Description

0.0 pts

Does not

discuss

developmental

milestones

Theory

Discussion 5.0 pts

Applied an

exceptional

amount of

theoretical

information (4 or

more theories

with examples).

4.0 pts

Applied an

appropriate

amount of

theoretical

information (4

or more

theories)

3.0 pts

Rating

Description

2.0 pts

Applied an

adequate

amount of

theoretical

information

(2-3

theories)

1.0 pts

Rating

Description

0.0 pts

Does not

discuss

developmental

information

(one or less

theories)

Risks and

Resiliencies 5.0 pts

Discusses the

risks and

resiliencies of

their child with

insight (4 or more

examples)

4.0 pts

Discusses risk

and resiliencies

but either lacks

insight or

examples (2-3

examples)

3.0 pts

Rating

Description

2.0 pts

Minimal

discussion of

risks and

resiliencies

(one or less

examples)

1.0 pts

Rating

Description

0.0 pts

Does not

discuss

risks and

resiliencies

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