RIVIER COLLEGE
Graduate School of Education
FOUNDATIONS AND MULTI-CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES IN PARENTING

ED 580                                     Leo R. Sandy, Ed.D., NCSP
Spring 1996                                Rm. 119 Education Center
Email: leos@mighty.riv.edu                        Tel. (603) 888-1311 X8252                             

"Parenthood remains the greatest single preserve of the amateur." / Alvin Toffler

TEXTS

Brooks, J.B. (1994). Parenting in the 90s. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield. Locke, D.C. (1992). Increasing multicultural understanding.

Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

EVALUATION

Class Participation (includes attendance & punctuality) 20%

Interview Paper Due March 6                                             25%
Service Learning Project Paper  Due April 3                     25%
Final Examination (April 17)                                            30%

                            COURSE FORMAT

Students will also be placed in teams to run parent panels around special topics. The teams will be responsible for putting a panel of parents together and organizing a presentation. For the Service Learning Project, students will choose one or more course objectives and/or their own formulated objective(s) and develop a service learning project that relates to that objective. For example, one student may choose to speak to a group of parents about temperament; another may show a video and have a follow up discussion with parents; another may assist a parent educator who is giving a parenting education course; and still another may volunteer at a shelter for battered women and their children.

The Service Learning report will use the following format:

        I.      Learning Objective(s) (chosen from course syllabus)
        II.     WHAT? (description of service provided)
        III.    SO WHAT? (analysis of the experience vis-a-vis objectives;                              thoughts, 
feelings, and perceptions during and                                    after the experience)
        IV.     NOW WHAT? (action.What can you personally do to help meet                               the needs 
identified during the experience? Are there                             solicy implications of the needs
observed?)
        V.      Evaluations (evaluations from site supervisor (and from                                 services 

recipients if possible)

The interview paper should be approximately 12 pages in length in APA style. The purpose of this is for students to be aware of the diversity and complexity of the parental role. For the interview, the student may choose any one of the parent types which can include a young parent, older parent, single parent, parent of a challenged child, stepparent, working parent, gay parent, a parent of a particular racial or ethnic background, a fundamental Christian parent, or a parent of a child at any place on the developmental continuum. The paper should be in six parts:

                        I. Introduction (type of parent with anonymity) 
                    II. Interview Content (summary combined with verbatim) 
                   III. Analysis (interview content discussed in reference to                           course 
material) 
                    IV. Reflection (personal thoughts) 
                     V. Conclusion (implications for advocacy & social
                                 policy)  
                    VI. Appendix (list of interview questions)
        
                         COURSE OBJECTIVES:

Students will:

COURSE SCHEDULE:

JAN  17:        COURSE INTRODUCTION, ORGANIZATION OF PANELS, DEVELOPMENT OF
                  INTERVIEW QUESTIONS, & NEWBERGER'S PARENTAL AWARENESS                                   STAGES.

JAN  24:        THE PRODUCTIVE FAMILIY, TEN CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE                          FAMILIES.
FILM: TRAITS OF A HEALTHY FAMILY. Parenting                       is a Cooperative Venture/ 
Brooks, Ch. 1; and Introduction:                          A Blueprint for Multicultural 
Understanding & A Model of 
                  Multicultural Understanding, Locke, Intro. and Ch. 1.

JAN  31:        COMPETENT VS INCOMPETENT PARENTS.FILM:BILL MOYERS WITH                   MIKE ROSE 
(LB 885..R67 I58) Encouraging Children's Positive                 Behaviors/ Brooks, Ch. 2; 
and African Americans/ Locke,                     Ch. 2.  

FEB   7:        MAKING PEACE WITH CHILDREN & A PROBLEM-SOLVING APPROACH TO                        
CHILDRENS' BEHAVIOR;. FILM: THE ART OF                                           COMMUNICATION (30 Min./ERC). 
Establishing Close Emotional
                  Relationships with Children/ Brooks, Ch. 3; and The Amish/
                  Locke, Ch. 3.
 
FEB  14:        DEVELOPMENTAL DISCIPLINE AND PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR, PARENTAL                         IMPACT 
ON COMMON GROWTH PROBLEMS, & PARENTAL                                     INFLUENCE VS CONTROL.Modifying 
Children's Behavior/ Brooks,
                  Ch. 4; and Native Americans/ Locke, Ch. 4.

FEB  21:        PRENATAL INFLUENCES; DEVELOPMENTAL PARENTING OF THE INFANT,                       
TODDLER, AND PRESCHOOLER; AND TEMPERAMENT. Infancy and                 Early Childhood/
Brooks, Ch. 5; and Japanese Americans,
                  Ch.5. PARENT PANEL 1:PARENTING ACROSS THE AGES.

FEB 28: VACATION. NO CLASS

MARCH 6: WHAT CHILDREN NEED, SELF-CONCEPT, SELF-ESTEEM, AND

            SELF-WORTH; & DEVELOPING RESILIENCY IN CHILDREN.FILM:                                PARENTING
CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS (30 Min. /ERC).                       The Elementary School Years/ 
Brooks, Ch. 6; and
               Chineses Americans/ Locke, Ch. 6.PARENT PANEL 2:
                 PARENTING CHALLENGED CHILDREN.INTERVIEW PAPER DUE.

MARCH 13: PARENTING THE ADOLESCENT. FILM:ADOLESCENCE (30 Min./ERC).

Adolescence/ Brooks, Ch. 7; and Vietnamese Americans/ Locke, Ch. 7.

MARCH 20: NO CLASS

MARCH 27: FILMS: STRESS AND THE HEALTHY FAMILY and SINGLE

                 PARENTING. Parenting/Working/ Brooks, Ch. 8; and Korean
            Americans/ Locke, Ch. 8.

APRIL 3: FILM:THE TROUBLE WITH EVAN ( RJ.506 .B44 T76) [90 min.].

            Parenting at Times of Change and Trauma/ Brooks, Ch. 9; and
                  Mexican Americans/ Locke, Ch. 9. PARENT PANEL 3:
                  DIVERSE FAMILY CONFIGURATIONS.SL PAPER DUE.

APRIL 10: COURSE EVALUATION, PARENTING EDUCATION: AN OUNCE OF                             PREVENTION, 
AND COURSE REVIEW.Supports for Parents and                        Children/ Brooks, Ch. 10; and 
Puerto Rican Americans/                                   Locke, Ch. 10.

APRIL 17: FINAL EXAMINATION

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                                        Date: Thu, 8 Feb 1996 14:30:36 -0500
                                        From: Leo Sandy <leos@mighty.riv.edu>