EDU302 GDB1 Solution and discussion


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    Total Marks 15
    Starting Date Monday, July 08, 2019
    Closing Date Friday, August 30, 2019
    Status Open
    Question Title Developmental crisis
    Question Description
    Dear Students!

    Graded Discussion Board for Human Development and Learning (EDU 302) will open on 08-07-2019. Its closing date is 30-08-2019.

    Give your views on the following topic:

    With reference to Erikson’s Theory discuss young adulthood as a developmental crisis and how and why the present young adult generation differs from earlier generations.

    Marks distribution:

    What are the developmental crises in the stage of young adult hood? (5 marks)

    How the present young generations is differing from earlier? (5 marks)

    And what are the reasons of this difference? (5 marks)

    Read the following instructions carefully before posting your comments:

    1. You must mention the title of the attempted GDB on top.

    2. Your comments should not exceed 100-150 words.

    3. GDB carries 2% weightage.

    4. Relevant and original ideas written in correct English will be highly appreciated.

    5. Post your comments on GDB & NOT on the Regular MDB.

    6. Comments sent through e-mail or posted on regular MDB will NOT be graded.

    7. Comments copied from internet or other sources will be graded poor.

    All the best!


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    The age difference is a given because it is a generation gap. The knowledge that older folks have however is different because they have their whole life to reference to and the lessons they learned while the younger gen only has how old they are right now.


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    Throughout adulthood, our bodies continue to change, and we continue to learn and grow through experiences. Early adulthood, middle adulthood, and late adulthood are the three main stages of physical, emotional, and psychological development.



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