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The video discusses the importance of sociocultural development in psychology, and how it can help students learn in school and prepare for their future. It introduces the three stages of training students go through: introduction, sensitization, and preparation.

  • 00:00:00 The purpose of the practice is to develop the students' project of life, which takes place in the experimental psychology laboratory, module 4. The project life is carried out in the community of which most of the students' belonging, mainly in residential units. The activities that are carried out are to carry out a series of topics related to the development of self-evaluation related to personality, but complemented with a series of articles that could lead to the development of this project in its entirety. It is a project that is related to life and as life is psychological, social, political, economic, it was necessary to review material that addresses our aspects related to psychology to enable the students have a complete picture of what community they will work in, what country they live in, and what world exists. So, the practice is carried out from a school of the historical-cultural and, specifically, from the logical-personal perspective of the king's bag, here it is complemented by the evaluation's use the project life as a teaching strategy to develop self-esteem in the students. Another teaching strategy is the folder, which is a meeting of works that the students select to demonstrate their learning in a formative learning alongside them are used different instruments, such as incomplete sentence compositions
  • 00:05:00 The video discusses the importance of social connections, and how it has been rewarding for me to see young people tie their professional and personal development together by responding to social demands. I believe that this approach to learning leads to a more practical and relevant education, which is why I emphasize the importance of practical learning in my clinical work with populations of both captive and non-captive patients. While the curriculum for populations of captive and non-captive patients is different, the goal is always the same: to help students develop the skills and knowledge necessary to take charge of their lives. Through dialogue and conversation, students learn to create their own path in life. This type of learning, which is often called "interviewing conversation," helps people make decisions about their lives. We are interested in working with people who suffer from any type of non-transmissible illness, and in helping them find effective ways to care for themselves. Through conversations with my students and patients, I've been able to develop a good understanding of how people talk about their lives and how they change over time. This process of inquiry allows us to deconstruct the truths that underlie people's lives. In this way, we are able to help patients take charge of their own lives.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses the importance of sociocultural factors in health and well-being, and how psychologists can work with their clients to explore and change these factors. The first objective of the training is to provide students with the professional skills necessary to become psychologists. The second objective is to provide social services to vulnerable populations, such as adolescents in secondary school who do not have access to paid psychologists.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the work of psychologists in addressing problems related to issues such as low academic performance, bullying, and cyberbullying in adolescents. It discusses how, in order to address these issues, psychologists must take into account the social context in which the problems arise. The psychologist also notes that, because of the changing social dynamics of today's school, they need to be able to understand and intervene in these dynamics.
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses the importance of sociocultural development, which is said to be inevitable in relation to other people. It explains that, as humans, we are unique and cannot be successful in isolation. Our principle in developing close relationships is essential to the concept of development next to us, or the "proximate development zone." We explore this principle by discussing how the student's personal experiences and emotions can be used to help them learn in school, and also by providing tips on how to effectively intervene in students' lives. Finally, the video introduces the principles of sociocultural development in psychology, as well as the three stages of training students go through: introduction, sensitization, and preparation.
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