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Growth and SocializationLaajuus (5 cr)

Code: SOSPST30

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Materials

-

Enrollment

10.01.2023 - 13.01.2023

Timing

06.03.2023 - 30.04.2023

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 36

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Pirita Hakoneva
  • Pia-Christine Sainio
Student groups
  • MSOS23K
    Degree Programme in Social Services

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Materials

Literature presented at the beginning of the course.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies and group work and exam.

Employer connections

Course does not include practical training.

Completion alternatives

Taking part in the course or studying at the work place, if the work is in the social work area.

Student workload

133h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

10.01.2023 - 13.01.2023

Timing

09.01.2023 - 03.03.2023

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 36

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Pirita Hakoneva
  • Pia-Christine Sainio
Student groups
  • SOS23A

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Materials

Literature presented at the beginning of the course.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies, visitors/visits and group work and exam.

Employer connections

Course does not include practical training.

Completion alternatives

Taking part in the course or studying at the work place, if the work is in the social work area.

Student workload

133h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

30.08.2022 - 02.09.2022

Timing

24.10.2022 - 16.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Pirita Hakoneva
  • Pia-Christine Sainio
Student groups
  • SOS22C
  • SOS22B

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Materials

Literature presented at the beginning of the course.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies, visitors/visits and group work and exam.

Employer connections

Course does not include practical training.

Completion alternatives

Taking part in the course or studying at the work place, if the work is in the social work area.

Student workload

133h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

30.08.2022 - 02.09.2022

Timing

24.10.2022 - 09.12.2022

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

4 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Heidi Alahuhta
Student groups
  • LVSOS22
  • MSOS22SV

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Materials

Literature presented at the course and other literature chosen by a student.

Teaching methods

Independent studies, which includes also contact teaching lessons, distance teaching through Teams and discussions in the Moodle´s discussion area and an exam at the end of the course.

Employer connections

Course does not include practical training.

Student workload

133h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment methods and criteria

Taking part actively in lessons and working in Moodle, making an exam. Other evalution criteria is presented at the beginning of the course.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

30.08.2022 - 02.09.2022

Timing

01.09.2022 - 21.10.2022

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Pirita Hakoneva
  • Pia-Christine Sainio
Student groups
  • SOS22C
  • SOS22B

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Materials

Literature presented at the beginning of the course.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies, visitors/visits and group work and exam.

Employer connections

Course does not include practical training.

Completion alternatives

Taking part in the course or studying at the work place, if the work is in the social work area.

Student workload

133h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

10.01.2022 - 17.01.2022

Timing

21.02.2022 - 08.04.2022

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 35

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Virpi Nikkola
  • Pia-Christine Sainio
Student groups
  • SOS22A

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Materials

Literature presented at the beginning of the course.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies, visitors/visits and group work and exam.

Employer connections

Course does not include practical training.

Completion alternatives

Taking part in the course or studying at the work place, if the work is in the social work area.

Student workload

133h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

10.01.2022 - 17.01.2022

Timing

10.01.2022 - 04.03.2022

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 35

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Virpi Nikkola
Student groups
  • MSOS22K

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Materials

Literature presented at the beginning of the course.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies, visitors/visits and group work and exam.

Employer connections

Course does not include practical training.

Completion alternatives

Taking part in the course or studying at the work place, if the work is in the social work area.

Student workload

133h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

30.08.2021 - 07.09.2021

Timing

01.11.2021 - 28.12.2021

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

12 - 36

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Virpi Nikkola
  • Pia-Christine Sainio
Student groups
  • SOS21B
  • SOS21C

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Materials

Literature presented at the beginning of the course.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies, visitors/visits and group work and exam.

Employer connections

Course does not include practical training.

Completion alternatives

Taking part in the course or studying at the work place, if the work is in the social work area.

Student workload

133h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

13.09.2021 - 18.10.2021

Timing

11.10.2021 - 21.11.2021

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Seats

15 - 30

Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Virpi Nikkola
Student groups
  • SOPE21S
    Basics of socionomic work

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

30.08.2021 - 07.09.2021

Timing

30.08.2021 - 08.10.2021

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Virpi Nikkola
  • Pia-Christine Sainio
Student groups
  • SOS21B
  • SOS21C

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Materials

Literature presented at the beginning of the course.

Teaching methods

Lectures, independent studies, visitors/visits and group work and exam.

Employer connections

Course does not include practical training.

Completion alternatives

Taking part in the course or studying at the work place, if the work is in the social work area.

Student workload

133h

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

04.01.2021 - 07.01.2021

Timing

19.04.2021 - 31.05.2021

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Virpi Nikkola
Student groups
  • SOS21A

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

04.01.2021 - 07.01.2021

Timing

15.03.2021 - 30.04.2021

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Virpi Nikkola
  • Pia-Christine Sainio
Student groups
  • MSOS21K

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

25.08.2020 - 28.08.2020

Timing

19.10.2020 - 18.12.2020

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Virpi Nikkola
  • Pia-Christine Sainio
Student groups
  • SOS20B
  • SOS20C

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

25.08.2020 - 28.08.2020

Timing

26.08.2020 - 16.10.2020

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Virpi Nikkola
Student groups
  • SOS20B
  • SOS20C

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

08.01.2020 - 09.01.2020

Timing

14.04.2020 - 29.05.2020

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Virpi Nikkola
Student groups
  • SOS20A

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

08.01.2020 - 09.01.2020

Timing

07.01.2020 - 14.02.2020

Credits

5 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Mari Ahokas
Student groups
  • MSOS20

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required

Enrollment

01.08.2019 - 31.08.2019

Timing

16.08.2019 - 31.07.2020

Credits

5 op

Virtual proportion (cr)

2 op

Teaching languages
  • Finnish
Degree programmes
  • Degree Programme in Social Services
Teachers
  • Päivi Rinne
  • Virpi Nikkola
  • Pia-Christine Sainio
Student groups
  • VAKA19

Objective

Students understand meanings attached to lifelong growth and socialization throughout the life span from the individual, community and society perspectives. Students are familiar with theories on childhood and youth development, with needs for special support and with wellbeing of children and families. Students can explain the meaning of parenthood and attachment for growth and socialization. Students are able to compare the effect of various social structures and cultures on socialization and families from the perspective of child and youth development and wellbeing. Students know how their future work as Bachelors of Social Services differs from other professions.

Content

- socialization
- theories of development
- early interaction
- family and parenthood
- wellbeing of children and families
- needs for support in childhood and youth
- course of life
- need of close relations, attachment, attraction
- child and youth cultures

Materials

Materials in Moodle
Nivala, Elina & Sanna Ryynänen (2019). Sosiaalipedagogiikka. Kohti inhimillisempää yhteiskuntaa. Gaudeamus.
Pihlaja, Päivi & Riitta Viitala (toim.) (2018). Varhaiserityiskasvatus. PS-kustannus. Jyväskylä.

Teaching methods

Contact teaching, independent study, and studying at work, working Moodle environment, exam.

Employer connections

The study course doesen't includes practice.

Student workload

133h (contact study, independent study and study at work and exam)

Evaluation scale

1-5

Assessment criteria, satisfactory (1)

Students are able to define concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing throughout the lifespan from the indidual, community and society perspectives. Students are able to list theories on childhood and youth and define the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Assessment criteria, good (3)

Students are able to explain concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing and give examples from the indidual, community and society perspectives.

Assessment criteria, excellent (5)

Students are able to extensively analyse concepts related to lifelong growth, socialization and wellbeing. They know how to evaluate theories on childhood and youth development and analyse the meaning of parenthood and attachment in the socialization process.

Qualifications

previous studies are not required