Describe factors to be considered when teaching resiliency factor
Describe the important factors to be considered when teaching your selected resiliency factor or pro-social behavior to either a young child or an adolescent.
Assignment 2: Discussion—Resiliency Factors and Prosocial Behavior
Too many times when we are assessing a child it is because there is a problem at home or at school that needs to be addressed, and the interventions that have been used thus far have not been successful. Unfortunately, we do not look enough for what is going right as well. There are many wonderful resiliency factors at play in the family and many prosocial behaviors that are encouraged in the community.
Using the module readings, the Argosy University online library resources, and the Internet, research some resiliency factors and some prosocial behaviors. Choose one resiliency factor (close bond with a caring adult, opportunities for responsibility, social skills, conflict resolution skills, supportive role models, sense of autonomy, and positive relating skills) or pro-social behavior (cooperation, empathy, altruism, sharing, giving comfort, offering to help, generosity, and respect) and then respond to the following:
Describe the important factors to be considered when teaching your selected resiliency factor or pro-social behavior to either a young child or an adolescent. Why are these factors important? Explain some of the obstacles to presenting this information in a manner to which children or adolescents would be receptive