- Sociological perspective-
- SES: refer to levels of social resources under an individual's or family's control: occupation, education, and finances are the main resources of interest.
a groups's history, language, beliefs, customs, and technology.
a person who is diagnosed with ED will likely lose their SES and drift to lower SES w/o support/resources.
low SES or harmful societal settings cause
Ecological: goodness of fit:
if a student does not have "goodness of fit" in an ecosystem, their behavior is not likely to be viewed as "normal".
student setting can often determine Bx.Social: the ecosystem affects how students interact.Bx: bx that is OK in one ecosystem is not OK in another
Spiritual/Values-Based:Moral Reasoning- moving from the fear of punishment to the desire to do for others.
Character Education: (1) Citizens generally know what values and character traits we want kids to manifest (2) children can and want to have "good" character (3) "good character" must be explicitly taught.
Spirituality - humans have an essential component that is associated with the mind and/or soul, but is distinct from the human body.