Unformatted text preview: should have mastered math word concepts such as mathematical word identification. For late adolescence, ages fourteen to eighteen, students should be able to focus on a single task. They should be able to exhibit knowledge in some content areas, and should be able to apply the “whys” and “hows” of what they are learning. This age group should be consistently encouraged to assess learning in ways that require them to assess learning in ways that require them to depict relationships and ideas. The changes found between these two age groups are basically that the older students are able to focus longer and harder on a task than those in early childhood. However, with both age groups, a variety of tasks and experiences need to be offered. This is essential for any age group actually in that children of any age who become bored, are not going to want to learn the material being presented....
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- Summer '11
- Educational Psychology, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder