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learning log 2 - Learning Log 2 Knowledge It is necessary...

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Learning Log 2 Knowledge It is necessary to understand how children grow and develop to realize how to effectively teach, and in the second chapter of the text, the Piaget, Vygotsky, and Erikson views of cognitive, personal and social development are described in detail. Each, although radically different, come together to help us understand the different views on human development. Also, Piaget’s moral development theory of heteronomous morality and Kohlberg’s five stages of moral reasoning are described to elaborate on human development. Comparison Scaffolding is the support and assistance provided by more knowledgeable peers or adults. It includes instructing and providing great amounts of assistance during the first stages of learning a concept and gradually decreasing the amount of support given as the stages progress. The zone of proximal development is the point of development precisely above a person’s current stage. Learning and concepts within this zone are ones that a child cannot do without help but can do if guidance and assistance are provided. Scaffolding will be shown when learning about effective teaching techniques and was
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course EDUC 243 taught by Professor Carney during the Winter '08 term at Bucknell.

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learning log 2 - Learning Log 2 Knowledge It is necessary...

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