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  • Describe two theories of human development reviewed in HBSE II (not HBSE I).   Chapters 7-10.  We are NOT talking about children, childhood, or adolescence for this paper- we are talking about theories related to Young Adults (18-35 ish), Middle Adulthood, Late Adulthood and/or Very Late Adulthood.  (Piaget and Freud need not apply).
  • Describe each theory in terms of its major assumptions about human behavior. SOCW 3003 Developmental Theory Chapter Discussion
  • Explain how each theory does or does not account for the influences of social privilege and social oppression.
  • Explain how these theories may influence your social work practice.

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SOCW 3003: Human Behavior in the Social Environment II Outcomes and Alignment Chart University Outcomes I. Facilitate positive social change where they work, in their communities, and in society. II. Use their knowledge to positively impact their profession, communities, and society. III. Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning. IV. Apply their learning to specific problems and challenges in their workplace and professional settings. V. Demonstrate information literacy. VI. Demonstrate an understanding of the methods of inquiry used in their professional or academic field. VII. Practice legal and ethical integrity in their professional work. VIII. Effectively communicate their ideas and the rationale behind them to others. IX. Support diversity and multiculturalism within their profession, communities, and society. *Information literacy is defined as the ability to know when there is a need for information, and being able to identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively use that information for the issue or problem at hand. Bachelor of Social Work Program Outcomes a. Demonstrate an understanding of what is needed to develop a professional orientation and identity as a generalist social worker b. Apply ethical standards and values to generalist social work practice c. Advocate for social change through promoting social, economic, and environmental justice d. Utilize evidence-based research to inform the practice of serving traditionally oppressed and disenfranchised populations e. Apply theories of human growth and development to social work practice f. Apply culturally competent generalist intervention skills as a generalist social worker © 2020 Walden University 1 of 7 CSWE Competency Benchmarks Competency 1: Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior Competency 2: Engage Diversity and Difference in Practice Competency 3: Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice Competency 4: Engage In Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice Competency 5: Engage in Policy Practice Competency 6: Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities Competency 7: Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities Competency 8: Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities Competency 9: Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities Course Outcomes At the end of this course, students will be able to: A. Apply critical thinking skills within the context of professional social work practice through the generalist approach and person-in-environment approach B. Apply the knowledge of human behavior across the life span with various systems including individuals, families, groups and organizations C. SOCW 3003 Developmental Theory Chapter Discussion

Analyze the person-in-environment perspective through the interactions among the biological, psychological, social, and cultural processes across the life span (young adulthood to late adulthood) D. Synthesize theoretical frameworks and concepts related to individuals as they live in various systems in their environment E. Analyze the dynamics of human oppression, discrimination, and social and economic injustice through the dimensions of environment F. Analyze individual growth and development throughout the life span within key domains: biological, cognitive, social, emotional, and spiritual © 2020 Walden University 2 of 7 Weekly Objectives Alignment Chart Week 1: Purpose, Foundations, and Assumptions About Social Work Met In (D#/A# /Other) Course Outcomes Affective processes Analyze the role of a social D1, D2 work practitioner in understanding human behavior in the social environment Connect an understanding D2 of social work with world view or paradigms A Week 2: Aspects of Young Met In (D#/A# Adulthood /Other) Course Outcomes D Analyze socio-economic challenges for young adult development through the dimensions of environment D Apply practice skills to socioeconomic challenges in young adults A Analyze theoretical approaches to young adulthood © 2020 Walden University Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive a Competency 1 Knowledge, C/A processes II A, B a Competency 1 Knowledge, C/A processes II C, E, F Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive c, e Competency 7 Affective processes Knowledge, C/A processes II A, B, E c, e D II, VI e II Competency 8 Skills Competency 6 Knowledge, C/A Competency 7 processes Competency 8 Competency 9 3 of 7 Week 3: The Psychological Self in Young Adults Met In (D#/A# /Other) Course Outcomes Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive Analyze developmental markers in young adulthood relevant to key domains: biological, cognitive, social, emotional, and spiritual D, A B, C, F e Describe social work roles relevant to working with young adults D Analyze theoretical perspectives related to young adulthood development stages A Week 4: Discrimination, Oppression, and Racism Met In (D#/A# /Other) Affective processes II A, B a II, VI A e, f II, IV Course Outcomes Competency 6 Knowledge, C/A Competency 7 processes Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Knowledge Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Knowledge, C/A Competency 7 processes Competency 8 Competency 9 Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive Affective processes D Analyze risk factors associated with oppression, discrimination, and social and economic injustice in young adults Apply social work strategies to social and economic justice issues in social work settings © 2020 Walden University D B, D, E d, e Competency 3 Knowledge, C/A processes I, II A, B, D, E c, d, e Competency 3 Knowledge, C/A processes I, II, III, VI 4 of 7 SOCW 3003 Developmental Theory Chapter Discussion

Week 5: Middle Adulthood Met In (D#/A# /Other) Course Outcomes Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive Affective processes Describe biopsychosocial developmental changes in middle adulthood D1 B, C, F e II D1 Apply a theoretical approach to understanding changes in middle adulthood D2 Analyze generativity in middle adults A, B, C, D, F e II, VI B, C, D, F e II, VI Analyze the concepts of developmental gains and losses in middle adults D2 Week 6: Late Adulthood Met In (D#/A# /Other) B, C, D, F e II, VI Course Outcomes Competency 6 Knowledge, C/A Competency 7 processes Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Knowledge, C/A processes Knowledge, C/A processes Knowledge, C/A processes Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive Affective processes D1 Analyze social role transitions in late adulthood B, C, F e VI Apply lifespan theory to issues in late adulthood D1 A, B, C, F e II, VI D2 Analyze biopsychosocial factors relevant to caregiving in late adulthood B, C, F D2 B, C, F Recommend self-care strategies for caregivers in late adulthood © 2020 Walden University e II, IV, VI a, e Competency 6 Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 8 Knowledge, C/A processes Knowledge, Skills C/A processes Knowledge, C/A processes Knowledge, C/A processes II, IV, VI 5 of 7 Met In Week 7: Psychological Aspects of Later Adulthood (D#/A# /Other) Course Outcomes Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive Affective processes D Describe social service programs for age-related changes in physiology in late adulthood D Apply theoretical approaches and practice skills to clients experiencing age-related changes in physiology in late adulthood A Analyze physical, cognitive, and social changes and challenges in late adulthood Week 8: Work and Retirement Met In (D#/A# /Other) A A, B, C, D, F B, C, F c, e Competency 6 Competency 7 II, IV, VI, IX Competency 8 Competency 9 e Competency 6 Competency 7 IV, VI Competency 8 Competency 9 c, e, f IV, VI Course Outcomes Knowledge, C/A processes Knowledge, C/A processes Competency 6 Knowledge, C/A Competency 7 processes Competency 8 Competency 9 Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive Affective processes Analyze factors that affect D resilience in later adulthood B, F d, e IV, VI Apply social work skills to assist clients with midlife adjustment D B, D, F d, e IV, VI Week 9: Spirituality in Late Met In (D#/A# Adulthood /Other) Course Outcomes SOCW 3003 Developmental Theory Chapter Discussion

Competency 6 Knowledge, C/A Competency 7 processes Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Skills Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive Affective processes Correlate spirituality with a sense of meaning in late adulthood D Analyze social, emotional, and spiritual development in late adulthood D © 2020 Walden University B, F e IV, VI, IX B, F e II, IV, VI Competency 2 Competency 6 Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Competency 7 Competency 8 Knowledge, C/A processes Knowledge, Values, C/A processes 6 of 7 Week 9: Spirituality in Late Met In (D#/A# Adulthood /Other) Course Outcomes Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive Affective processes Competency 9 Week 10: Very Late Adulthood Met In (D#/A# /Other) Course Outcomes Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive Affective processes Analyze factors relevant to sexuality in late adulthood D B, F e IV, VI Analyze the relationship between human development theories, social privilege and oppression, and social work practice A Week 11: Loss, Grief, and Bereavement Met In (D#/A# /Other) B, F e I, II, IV, VI Course Outcomes Competency 2 Competency 6 Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Knowledge, C/A processes Knowledge, C/A processes Program & CSWE Dimension(s) University Benchmarks Knowledge, Values, Outcomes Skills, Cognitive Affective processes Analyze perspectives that affect adjustment to death and bereavement D1 Apply social work practice skills to challenges addressing death and bereavement in late adulthood Analyze methods employed to advance human agency in end-oflife circumstances D1 B, F e IV, VI A, B, E e, f I, II, IV, IX D2 B, E e, f Competency 6 Knowledge, C/A Competency 7 processes Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 6 Skills Competency 7 Competency 8 Competency 9 Competency 1 Knowledge, Values, C/A processes I, II, IV, IX Legend D = Discussion A = Assignment FP = Final Project © 2020 Walden University 7 of 7

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