Theorist Presentation

ClarissaConn,Erika Martinez,Ronisha Castle,Samantha Dewberry

The Baby

Our baby is a boy, and his name is Alexander.

piaget and the development of thought

piaget placed importants of the education for childrens.as the director for the international bureua of education,he declared at 1934 that only education is capable of saving are societics from possible callapse whether violent or gudual.piaget created a national center intel his death in 1980.piaget 1896-1980 was a biologist who originally studies molluscs

Kohlberg's stage theory

Lawrence Kohlberg was born on October 25, 1927. In 1958 he received his doctoral degree. He taught at Yale, University of Chicago, and Harvard. Kohlberg agreed with Piaget's theory of Moral Development but he wanted to develop his ideas further. He would present a dilemma to children of different ages and study the answers of the different aged children. By the different answers he was able to discover the ways in which moral reasoning changed as people grew older. That's when he was able to conclude that authority is outside the individual and reasoning is based on the physical consequences of action, creating the Six Stages of Moral Judgment.

Mary Ainsworth and attachment theory

mary was born in ohio, in 1913. she went to college, then taught at the same college. while she was teaching, she got an offer to work at a place to test attachment, and Mary and her friend created the strange situation classification. which is still being used today.

its tested on 12 to 18 month olds, and they are in a room with their guardian/parent, a stranger comes in, and the parent/guardian leaves. Mary sees how the baby reacts to the parent/guardian leaving and coming back, in a short period of time for a few times. there are four types of reactions they found in the babies

Erik Erikson's Stages of Personal Identity Development

Erikson was born near Frankfurt, Germany on June 125, 1902 and died on May 12, 1994. Instead of going to school he traveled around Europe. In 1933, he came to the US & became Boston's first child analyst. he held positions at Harvard, Yale, Berkeley and the Menninger Foundation. In 1950 he published "Childhood & Society". In 1958, he published "Young Man Luther". In 1963, he published "Youth- Change & Challenge". In 1964, he published "Insight & Responsibility". In 1968, he published "Youth & Crisis".

He developed the 8 stages of personal identity development. The stages were"

-Trust vs Mistrust:" 1st year after birth

-Autonomy vs Shame & Doubt: Age 2 & 3 years old

-Initiative vs Guilt: Age 4 & 5 years old

-Industry vs Inferiority: 6 through puberty

-Identity vs Role Confusion: adolescence

-Intimacy vs Isolation: young adulthood

-Generativity vs Stagnation: assist younger generation

-integrity vs Despair: look back & evaluate younger life

How we will raise our baby

Nursey will be safe and education, the toys will be there to help with many of the different skills, like motor or just learning skills. The discipline will be fair, and not harsh, but we will get our points across that what he did was wrong