Students will prepare a conference ready Narrated Power Point presentation (in class presentation; online narrated PPT using a format approved by the instructor) on a developmental life stage (infancy/toddlerhood, early childhood, middle childhood, adolescence, early adulthood, middle adulthood, or late adulthood). Most information can be found in your text; however, you must also review current peer-reviewed literature and provide at least 3 peer-reviewed sources along with corresponding in-text citations from outside of the course text in your presentation. Student presentations must include the following information: Theories of individual development congruent with the assigned age group. In other words, identify what the leading developmental theorists suggest is normal for this life stage. Theories of learning congruent with the assigned age group. Theories of normal and abnormal personality development congruent with the assigned age group. Biological, neurological, and physiological factors that affect the development, functioning, and behavior of the assigned age group. Systemic or environmental factors that affect the development, functioning, and behavior of the assigned age group. In addition, your presentation should include: 1. Visual Aides (if applicable) 2. Film or Video Clips/links (if applicable) 3. Critical thinking/ discussion question for the class 4. An essay question covering your material to be used on the final exam Note: Student presentations should be interesting and engaging. Presentations will be loaded to a small group discussion board. You will review your peers presentations and comment on their work as part of your weekly participation grade. CACREP 2.F.3.a, b, c, e, f.; 5.C.2.g.; MoSPE 1.1 ***NOTE: I will add the narration to the presentation; however, please provide the notes for each slide. Course Text: Kuther, T.L. (2020). Lifespan Development Lives in Context (2nd ed.). Sage Publications.