EDU-354 Social and Emotional Development Parent Brief

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Students demonstrate a range of typical and atypical social behaviors and emotions.

Therefore, it is important for teachers to understand key aspects of social and emotional development that affect childhood through adolescence.

For this assignment, write a 500-750 word report of current behaviors or events occurring in a format known as a brief. The brief is written to keep student’s parents or guardians abreast of their child’s progress, and to highlight specific support systems in place within the classroom and school for the student.

Review the case study in the “Social and Emotional Development Parent Brief Case Study and Brief” and complete the brief.

The key to this assignment is to keep your audience, parents and guardians, in mind, demonstrate compassion and care, and communicate effectively to maximize comprehension.

Support your findings with 2-4 scholarly resources.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is/is not required.

This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Refer to the LopesWrite Technical Support articles for assistance.

Attached: Rubric and Template for Case Study


Read pages 56-59, 314-325, and 349-360.

Read “Attachment Issues,” located on the Good Therapy website (2017). URL:

Read “Promoting Social-Emotional Development,” by Darling-Kuria and Bohlander, from Young Children (2014).

Read “Infants and Toddlers: What Have we Learned from Research on Social-Emotional Development?” by Honig and Wittmer, from Exchange (2017).

Explore the “Social and Emotional Growth” page, located on the PBS website.

Read “Attribution Theory,” by McLeod, located on the Simply Psychology website (2012).

Read “Reactive Attachment Disorder,” located on the Families by Design website.

Read “Tips on Temperament,” located on the Zero to Three website (2010).

Read “Trouble with Self-Regulation: What You Need to Know,” by Morin, located on the Understood website.