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Development is...
Always occuring. A work in progress. It is a process not a state.
Continuous
Development is...
There is an order that builds
Cumulative
Development is...
Order moves from general to specific and from simple to complext
Moves along a Continuum
An outcome related to a specific issue that must be resolved within a developmental stage/vector
Developmental Task
A set of related issues to be resolved in a phase of one's life. Characteristics associated with specific age levels.
Developmental Stages
A point in time usually triggered by an event or a series of events that enhances one's eagerness to learn or to explore a new way of viewing something
Readiness for Development (the teachable moment)
Human Development principles applied to the college years of students ranging in ages from 17-25.
Student Development
When a person's behaviors, that are culturally associated with a person's age and gender are not consistent with society's expectations for that age or gender. An increase in this leads to a developmental crisis. Developmental crisis lead to developmental changes.
Dissonance
The introduction of dissonance is a challenge. Encouragement, empathy, and other resources to help a person through a challenge.
Challenge and Support
If challenge is too great, a person will
1. ignore
2. freeze
3. polarize
4. regress to lower levels
Integrate into current structures
Assimilate
Change current structures to all new situation to fit in
Accommodate
Expect Roles
A S
I T
R R
I C
H A
I
Administrator
Institutional Representational
Residence Hall Environment
Individual Student Assistance
Hall Government Programs
Information adn Referrals
List the 7 power bases
Coercive-fear
Connection
Expert
Information
Legitimate
Referent
Reward
Transitions Model
AUL PEC PAS
List the 7 C's of the Social Change Model of Leadership
Collaboration
Common Purpose
Controversy w/ Civility

Congruence
Commitment
Consciousness of self

Citizenship
List the three theories discussed in class along with their types
Chickering's Theory of Psychosocial Development in College Students
Perry: Cognitive
Kolhburg: Moral Development
List Chickering's 7 Vectors

Which 4 deal with building identity.


7 Vectors: Theme or issue that drives growth and Development
People Move through at different rates; may be reexamined
Developing Competence
Managing Emotions
Moving Through Autonomy Toward Interdependence
Developing Mature Interpersonal Relationships
Establishing Identity
Developing Purpose
Developing Integrity
Perry:

Deals with reasoning and how it changes. List the 3 stages
Dualism
Relativism
Commitment to Relativism.
Gilligan's Theory of Moral Development in Women
Level 1: Orientation to Personal Survival.
Trans. 2: Transition from personal Selfishness to Responsibility.
Level 2: Goodness and Self-Sacrifice
Trans. 2: From Goodness to Reality
Level 3: THe Morality of Non-Violent Responsibility