Weaving of Family Relationships

The teacher begins the class with an introduction and asks students to discuss their family relationships. The students are then asked to think about the eight stages of Erik Erikson's psychosocial development theory, and what each stage represents. The eight stages are infancy, early childhood, preschool, school age, adolescence, young adulthood, middle adulthood, and late adulthood. Next, the teacher instructs the students to use various colors of yarn to weave on a knitting card to create their own stage colors representing each of the eight stages. Once finished, they can share their weaving process and reasons with nearby classmates. Finally, the teacher asks the students to upload their completed works to the homework area and explain their weaving process, parenting stories, and reflections. This concludes the course.

Implemented by Department of Psychology and Counseling
Date: 2023/05/01

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