The Importance Of Individual Self

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Individual self is nested in an ecological context, embedded in relational dynamics, patterns, and systems. These interwoven connections support the assertion that humans are a part of, not independent from, the systems in which they are surrounded. Our social and relational ecologies, then, contribute to our individual psychological identity, and can impact how we act upon and interpret our own stories.
We are narrators in our own story. What we know, and what we think we know, are organized in schemas. Schemas hold our repertoire of selves and possible selves. Using a social constructivism and positive psychology framework, this researcher will utilize quantitative methodology to assess the connection among covitality measures, relationship and grade point average.
Covitality, as a specific definition, is a factor analysis of particular strengths. There are four components, each measured through strengths analysis and psychometrically supported. Positive psychology has allowed this developmental assets approach (Bensone & Scales, 2012) which
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The transitional space of community college allows for the liminality that can create student receptivity to this transformation. Taking into account the strengths and values of the individual participant is to allow for an alchemy in the creation of relational experiences that support successful schema building and narration. This is the summit on which community colleges can focus in order to effectively embody the original purposes of higher education. By impacting the relationships of instructor and student, transformation through relationship can occur. This transformation includes a purposeful attempt to impact the students’ experience, thereby influencing the covital components that can be identified in their narrative process. This research aims to utilize instructor/student relationship as the vehicle to influence covital

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