Part 1: Case Studies From the perspective of your specific discipline, pick four

Part 1: Case Studies
From the perspective of your specific discipline, pick four stages to illustrate early childhood development (3-8 years old). Pick two from Erickson’s Stage Theory and two from Piaget’s theory of development. Create one case study for each of the chosen stages, which is a total of four case studies.
Label each case study with the theorist/stages relevant to it.
Each case study should be a minimum of 250 words.
For each case study, include how a counselor could work with someone at the identified stage.
Part 2: Summary
Include a 250-500-word summary that explains the similarities and differences between Piaget’s and Erickson’s theories.
APA style is not required, but solid academic writing and a title page is expected.
Rubric
. All of the case studies are labeled correctly with the relevant theorist/stages. Demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of how the theorist/stages relate to each case study.
. All of the case studies are at least 250 words in length. Demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of how the theorist/stages relate to each case study.
. The case studies demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of how the student, as a counselor, would plan to work with someone at the identified stage.
. The summary demonstrates a comprehensive understanding of the similarities and differences between Piaget’s and Erickson’s theories.
. The thesis, position, or purpose is persuasively developed throughout and skillfully directed to a specific audience
. The thesis, position, or purpose is coherently and cohesively advanced throughout. The progression of ideas is coherent and unified. A convincing and unambiguous conclusion aligns to the development of the purpose.
. Comprehensive and compelling evidence is included. Multiple other perspectives are integrated effectively.

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