theory/theme/concept to an issue in family science, early education, counseling, or human development research, teaching, or practice

Use 2 readings and reflect on the content, using the following questions for each reading:

Reading 1 =one full page (Mark with the # each answer)

1. What are the major themes and/or concepts discussed by the author(s)?

2. Are any concepts new or unfamiliar to you? If so, briefly describe one.

3. How can you apply the theory/theme/concept to an issue in family science, early education, counseling, or human development research, teaching, or practice (beyond what the author(s) has/have described)?

4. Develop one question to pose to the class based on your reading and reflection.

 

Reading 2 =one full page

1. What are the major themes and/or concepts discussed by the author(s)?

2. Are any concepts new or unfamiliar to you? If so, briefly describe one.

3. How can you apply the theory/theme/concept to an issue in family science, early education, counseling, or human development research, teaching, or practice (beyond what the author(s) has/have described)?

4. Develop one question to pose to the class based on your reading and reflection.

 

You may respond using both the 1st and 3rd person voice, where appropriate. Rather than provide word or page requirements,