case study report- provide a brief biographical/life sketch of YOU, including your age (or stage of life), marital status, and life circumstances to provide context

The case study report should give a brief biographical/life sketch of YOU, including your age (or stage of life), marital status, and life circumstances to provide context. Aside from providing this information, you will also be asked to provide a personal analysis, using the content you have learned in this class. You should identify 3-5 developmental concepts to include in your analysis. To assist you in writing the case study report, a sample has been provided. Also provided is the grading rubric that will be used to grade your assignment. Your summary should highlight important information or supplement what is written in the case study report. Keep in mind that your summary should be well-organized and professional.

Infancy 

Information: You will provide insights in first-person view that you either remember experiencing or that were told to you that might have shaped your developmental progress in some way; i.e. Changes in family dynamics. Changes in physical developments, etc. What were some experiences, positive or negative, that molded your perception, character, understanding, etc, of your family, culture, or world around you?

Analysis: Provide in-depth thoughts and awareness that you gathered from class. What do you know now that you didn’t know then? Insight into how those experiences affected your development during this particular stage.

Developmental Concepts: Provide the developmental stage per the theorist (Freud, Erikson, Piaget, Kohlberg, Fowler, Maslow, etc ) that were discussed throughout the course and applies to the experience shared above

 

Early Childhood

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Middle Childhood

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Adolescence

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Early Adulthood

Information: If you are in this stage or have transition out of this stage, criteria from above stages apply. If you are not currently in this stage, provide ways that we will plan and prepare for this stage as well possibly prevent certain situations from occurring (becoming independent, “who am I”, relationships, child planning, health and fitness, substance use and abuse, stress management, career, midlife crisis, career choices etc).

*Same applies for following developmental stage

 

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Middle Adulthood

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Late Adulthood

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Life’s Final Chapter 

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