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I Explanation of assignment for week 1 and ask questions as needed. (Note: EDU 335 book is not required for first paper in course.) Essay 1: “The Most Memorable Stage of My Childhood.” This essay should be 2-3 pages and illustrate your best effort at writing as described in the Rubric for Written Assignments. It also should follow the format guidelines given in the appendices of this syllabus. Bring a hard copy to class and post to Moodle week one. If unsure of how to post to Moodle, bring the document in on a flash drive and the instructor will show you how to post to Moodle. Include the following in your essay: a. Information about your family structure and background i.e., (single parent family, blended family, stepfamily, or extended family). b. The appropriate stage of development of Piaget’s cognitive developmental theory that relates to
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