Depression and Bipolar Disorder

Depression and Bipolar Disorder

Author: Kim Wilson

Objectives: The students will be able to help families improve their well being by determining appropriate responses and management strategies to meet individual and family needs.

DOL: Students will answer 8/10 questions over depression and bipolar disorder. Using the Family Fortunes activity, students will be able to make decisions as if they were a social worker for two families.

Activities/STEM Connection: Family Fortunes, What is Depression?, What is Bipolar Disorder?/Social Science

Critical Thinking Skills Level: Making Decisions(6), Knowledge (1)

21st Century Skills: Problem solving, Student self-assessment

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