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Review the concepts of self-esteem and moral identity. Based on what you have learned in the text and your personal perspective, explain and defend whether you believe it is as important to help children develop a strong moral identity and base of values as it is to help children develop positive self-esteem.
Review pages 240-242 in the course text. Describe a resilient child and explain how significant adults in children’s lives can help foster resilience.
Review the different types of stressors for young children. Then write a scenario that describes a situation involving a preschool child who is experiencing a number of different stressors. Explain how an early childhood professional or another significant adult could help the child cope.
- Course Text: Marion, M. (2015). Guidance of young children (9th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.
- Chapter 7, “Self-Esteem and the Moral Self” (pp. 181-206)
- Chapter 8, “Feelings and Friends: Emotional and Social Competence” (pp. 207-237)
- Chapter 9, “Resilience and Stress in Childhood” (pp. 238-265)
- Podcast: “Genuine v. Phony Self-Esteem”
- Article: “Stress and Children: What it is and How Parents Can Help” (PDF)
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- Web Site: ACT: Adults and Children Together Against Violence
- “Managing Anger at Home”
- “Managing Anger at the ChildCare Center & School”
- Article: “Study: Verbal Aggression May Affect Children’s Behavior”