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  1   Midterm and Study Supports Dear Students, I have provided you with various supports to help you with the midterm. I am available by email as well, to help and will hold an extra office hour next week. Here are the following supports provided to you to aid you towards success on the midterm: 1. Here is the link for the article discussed and analyzed in class. It is referred to in the midterm. It is held at the De Anza Library and you can access it online directly as students. For students new to the De Anza library I have provided the link to the article at De Anza College within an APA citation of the article. Marvin, R., Cooper, G., Hoffman, K., & Powell B. (2002) The Circle of Security project: Attachment-based intervention with caregiver-preschool child dyads Attachment & Human Development, 4, (1), 107-124 2. Question and Answer Session Next Wednesday 17th. I will hold an extra office hour next Wednesday the 17th between 4:005:30pm. You can stop by to ask questions about the midterm. 3. I will answer questions via email as well. 4. Remember the material addressed in the midterm is covered in chapters 1-4. All chapter notes are available on MyCourse Studio. 5. Collaboration: Study Groups. You may work in study groups to answer the questions, but focus on developing your own authentic voice. Use the De Anza College guidelines for academic criteria to guide you. The link to the handbook is provided here for your ease and support.   2   Remember this is your opportunity to demonstrate what you have learned though readings, lectures, video presentations, class presentations, and peer discussions. Important, each student should produce a personal answer/voice/idea(s) to each question! 6. Links to Webster’s Dictionary and Language Translation 7. Blooms Taxonomy. I have attempted to provide you with various questions that will help you to explore your personal voice and engage in among other cognitive theorists, Piaget’s formal operational stage of thought. You have the opportunity to construct what you have learned and apply, analyze, and evaluate concepts taught in class with the opportunity to create new ideas of your own. Kindly and respectfully, Dr. Ebesugawa 2016  CD  10G/Psych  10G  Midterm   Please  return  with  answers     Name:    ______________________________     Multiple  Choice  Answer  Sheet     1.    _____   2.    _____   3.    _____   4.    _____   5.    _____   6.    _____   7.  _____   8.  _____   9.    _____   10.    _____         1   Multiple  Choice  Questions     1. Research  data  that  may  be  categorized,  ranked,  or  numbered  is:     a) Anecdotal.   b) Qualitative   c) Quantitative   d) Hypothetical     2. Research  data  that  may  be  coded  and  chunked  into  themes  is:     a. Quantitative   b. Qualitative   c. None  of  the  above   d. All  of  the  above     3. According  to  the  textbook,  what  three  things  do  theories  do?     a. Tell  researchers  how  to  ask  questions,  produce  hypothesis,  and  give   definitions.   b. Give  guidance  on  moral  questions,  generate  discoveries,  and  give  solutions  to   problems.   c. Produce  hypotheses,  generate  discoveries,  and  offer  practical  guidance.   d. Offer  practical  guidance,  concretely  explain  all  aspects  of  development,  and   produce  hypothesis.       4. An  average,  typical  standard  of  behavior  or  accomplishment  is  referred  to  as_____  in   some  developmental  assessment  tools  as  the  following:     a. Theory     b. Fact   c. Norm     d. Criteria     5. Sigmund  Freud  and  Erik  Erikson  are  best  known  for  their  contributions  to  ________     a. Cognitive  Development   b. Sociocultural   c. Psychoanalytic   d. Behavioral     6. Molecules  of  DNA  make  up  which  of  the  following?     a. Proteins   b. Chromosomes   c. Genes     2   d. None  of  the  above         7. Long  strings  of  amino  acids  make  up  which  of  the  following?   a. b. c. d.   8. An  organism’s  entire  genetic  inheritance  is  referred  to  as  its:   a. Gamete   b. Genome   c. Zygote   d. Genotype     9. How long is the fetal period?   a) b) c) d)       Proteins   Chromosomes   Genes   Amino  Acids   The last three months before the child’s birth From the midway point of the prenatal development until birth From the second until the eighth week after conception From nine weeks after conception until birth   10. The  course  syllabus  states  that  a  course  outcome,  NAEYC  standard,  and  objective   related  to  this  course  include  the  following     a. Students  will  investigate  how  the  study  of  child  development  fits  into  the   broader  field  of  scientific  research   b. Students  prepared  in  early  childhood  degree  programs  will  understand  that   child  observation,  documentation,  and  other  forms  of  assessment  are  central   to  the  practice  of  all  early  childhood  professionals.     c. Students  will  apply  critical  thinking  skills  by  examining  and  comparing  different   research  methodologies  and  how  these  methods  are  used  in  systematic  investigation   of  the  foundation  years  of  human  behavior.    This  investigation  will  be  including   evaluation  of  the  ethical  issues,  which  surround  research  with  infants  and  young   children.   d. All  of  the  above   e. None  of  the  above   3   Section  II     Please  complete  all  4  Essay  Questions  10  Points  Each.  Use  Rubric  to  Support  You  in   Scaffolding  Your  Answers       1. Discuss  the  various  interview  techniques  used  in  data  collection.  Include  their   strengths  and  weaknesses.  Indicate  which  type  of  interview  technique  you  used  to   collect  data  for  the  pregnancy  interview.  What  can  you  learn  from  Dr.  Brazelton’s   interview  techniques  and  new  born  assessment  in  his  interviews  completed  with   parents  in  the  TouchPoint  Video  and  referenced  in  textbook?  (10  points)   Points   Definition   Complete  10-­‐9   Answer  Includes  the  Following:     1. A  clear  discussion  of  the  various  types  of  interview   techniques  used  for  data  collection  taught  in  class   through  lecture,  activities,  assignments,  and  videos.     2. The  correct  interview  technique  utilized  in  the   pregnancy  interview  assignment.   3. A  detailed  description  of  what  the  student  learned  from   Dr.  Brazelton’s  interview  techniques  and  New  Born   Assessment  as  demonstrated  in  the  TouchPoint  Video   and  referenced  in  textbook   Developing  8-­‐7   1. Discussion  is  only  discusses  some  of  the  interview   techniques  covered  in  CD  10G/Psych  10G   2. The  correct  interview  technique  is  described,  but   incorrectly  named.   3. Description  lacks  detail  of  what  learned  from  Dr.   Brazelton’s  interview  techniques  and  New  Born   Assessment  as  demonstrated  in  the  TouchPoints  Video   shown  and  referenced  in  textbook.     Emerging  6-­‐5   1. Limited  discussion  on  interview  techniques,  some   incorrect  information  provided.   2. The  incorrect  interview  technique  is  named  and   discussed.   3. Limited  description  of  what  was  learned  from  Dr.   Brazelton’s  interview  techniques  and  New  Born   Assessment  as  demonstrated  in  the  Touch  Point(s)   Video.  Little  reference  to  Brazelton’s  New  Born   Assessment  Tool   Incomplete  4-­‐0   1. Little,  incorrect,  or  no  discussion  on  the  interview   techniques.   2. Incorrect  or  no  interview  technique  described.   3. Little  or  no  description  of  what  student  learned  from  Dr.   Brazelton’s  interview  techniques  as  demonstrated  in  the   TouchPoints  Video  shown  in  class.  No  reference  to   Brazelton’s  Newborn  Assessment  Tool.   4   2. Discuss  the  components  of  research  including  its  purposes.  Why  is  ethical   consideration  required?  What  is  the  difference  between  qualitative  and  quantitative   research  design.  What  are  the  key  components  of  a  research  article  as  described  in   the  article  analysis  assignment.  The  class  analyzed  the  following  article,  The  Circle   of  Security  Project:  Attachment-­‐Based  Intervention  with  caregiver-­‐preschool  child   dyads  by  Marvin,  Cooper,  Hoffman,  and  Powell  (2002).  Describe  what  you  learned   from  reading  this  article.  Please  see  abstract  attached  to  the  midterm  for  assistance.   (10  points)   Points:      Complete  10-­‐9   Developing  8-­‐7   Emerging  6-­‐5   Incomplete  4-­‐0     Definition   Answer  includes  the  following:     1. A  clear  discussion  of  the  components  of  research  and  its  purposes   2. A  clear  justification  for  ethical  consideration  (informed  consent)   3. A  clear  definition  of  the  difference  between  qualitative  and  quantitative   research.   4. The  key  components  of  a  research  article  as  described  in  the  article  analysis   assignment.   5. A  clear  description  of  what  the  student  learned  from  reading  the  article   assignment,  The  Circle  of  Security  Project:  Attachment-­‐Based  Intervention   with  caregiver-­‐preschool  child  dyads  by  Marvin,  Cooper,  Hoffman,  and   Powell  (2002).   Answer  includes  the  following.   1. Definition  and  components  of  research  and  its  purposes  are  not  clear  and   complete.     2.  Definition  for  ethical  considerations  (informed  consent)  not  supported  by   evidence  cited  in  class  lecture  or  textbook.   3. Definition  of  the  difference  between  qualitative  and  quantitative  research   not  supported  by  evidence  in  the  textbook,  class  lecture,  videos,  or  lecture   notes   4. Limited  Description  of  The  Circle  of  Security  Project:  Attachment-­‐Based   Intervention  with  caregiver-­‐preschool  child  dyads  by  Marvin,  Cooper,   Hoffman,  and  Powell  (2002).   Answer  includes  the  following.   1. Some  of  the  definitions,  components  of  research  and  its  purposes  are   incorrect.   2. The  definition  of  ethical  consideration  is  not  clear.   3. The  definition  of  qualitative  and  quantitative  research  is  based  on  student   opinion  rather  than  evidence  from  the  textbook,  class  lecture  notes,  or   videos  etc.  presented  in  class.   4. Partial  description  of  The  Circle  of  Security  Project:  Attachment-­‐Based   Intervention  with  caregiver-­‐preschool  child  dyads  by  Marvin,  Cooper,   Hoffman,  and  Powell  (2002)  presented   Answer  includes  the  following.   1. Most  or  all  definitions  are  incorrect.   2. Limited  or  no  definition  of  ethical  consideration   3. Wrong  or  no  definition  for  qualitative  or  quantitative  research   4. Hardly  Any  or  no  description  of  The  Circle  of  Security  Project:  Attachment-­‐ Based  Intervention  with  caregiver-­‐preschool  child  dyads  by  Marvin,  Cooper,   Hoffman,  and  Powell  (2002).     5     3. What  role  does  genetics  play  in  the  development  of  a  child?  What  role  does  the   environment  play  in  the  development  of  a  child,  including  teratogens  during   prenatal  period?  Which  theorists  discussed  the  impact  of  the  child’s  environment  on   their  development  and  why?  During  prenatal  development,  when  is  the  child  of   greatest  risk  (High  critical  period)  for  developmental  delays  in  the  following  areas  a.   Brain  Development.  b)  The  Central  Nervous  System  c)  Heart  d)  Cleft  lip  and  Cleft   palate  (10  Points)   Points:      Complete  10-­‐9   Developing  8-­‐7   Emerging  6-­‐5   Incomplete  4-­‐0   Definition   Answer  includes  the  following:     1. A  clear  and  complete  definition  of  genetics,  environment,  and  teratogens.   2. A  discussion  of  genetics  and  environment  with  specific  focus  on  how   teratogens  impact  prenatal  development  based  on  textbook,  class  lecture   notes,  videos  etc.     3. The  correct  and  clear  justification  of  the  theorist(s)  who  discuss  the  impact   of  various  aspects  the  environment  on  child  development.     4. A  clear  time  frame  for  when  the  child  is  of  greatest  risk  for  the  following   areas  of  Development,  brain,  central  nervous  system,  heart,  and  cleft  palate.   Answer  includes  the  following.   1. Definitions  are  not  clear  and  complete.     2. Discussion  is  supported  with  limited  evidence  from  textbook,  class  lecture,   lecture  notes,  or  videos  etc.     3. Theorist(s)  presented  without  justification.       4. Time  frame  for  greatest  risk  on  areas  of  development  is  not  complete  or   correct.   Answer  includes  the  following.   1. Some  of  the  definitions  are  incorrect.   2. The  Discussion  is  based  on  student  opinion  rather  than  evidence  from  the   textbook,  class  lecture  notes,  or  videos  etc.  presented  in  class.   3. Wrong  theorist.   4. Time  frames  for  greatest  risk  in  identified  areas  of  development  are  mostly   incorrect.     Answer  includes  the  following.   1. Most  or  all  definitions  are  incorrect.   2. Limited  or  no  discussion.   3. Wrong  theorist  or  no  theorist.   4. Most  of  the  time  frames  for  the  greatest  risk  in  the  areas  of  development  are   wrong  on  not  mentioned.       4. Discuss  a  theory  of  your  choice?  Provide  clear  demonstration  of  your  understanding  of  the   theory.  Reflecting  on  Brazelton’s  research  on  Touchpoints  and  Ainsworth’s  theory   expanded  later  by  Kent,  Hoffman  and  Cooper  in  their  work  on  Circle  of  Security  and  dyadic   parent-­‐child  relationships,  discuss  an  introductory  qualitative  reflection  and  analysis  your   own  childhood  or  someone  of  your  choice.    Which  theory  do  you  recognize  in  your   reflection?  10  Points             6   Extra  Credit  5  Points     Briefly  discuss  something  that  you  are  enjoying  this  quarter  and  something  you  would  like  to  learn   more  about?           7  
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