Course Overview

There are three components of moral development: cognitive, behavioral, and emotional. During this session, participants will encounter each component and gain an understanding of how they impact a child’s reasoning and judgment about ethical rules and societal impacts. Additionally, participants will learn about how caregivers play a role in impacting prosocial behavior.  

Learning Objectives: 

  • Understand the definition of morality.  
  • Know the three components of moral development.  
  • Be able to name two major theorists who defined childhood moral development.  
  • Understand and give an example of how moral reasoning can vary in different situations.  
  • Be able to define prosocial behavior. 

Approved Competencies: 

  • Contemplation 
  • Self-awareness 
  • Curiosity 
  • Maintaining perspective 
  • Self-awareness 
  • Ethical Practice 
  • Agency Policy 
  • Exercising Sound Judgment 
  • Analyzing Information 
  • Solving Problems 

Single Course Price (1 Year Access)

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