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Sociocultural Theory of Cognitive Development also played a role in changes that occurred. In order to develop skills (cognitive) such as reading and/ or writing, there had to be some sort of scaffolding involved from both parents and teachers. Scaffolding was also a technique used when I was learning how to ride a bike as well as t-ball. Scaffolding is a technique that's crucial in helping a child build on the skills he or she already has. (Sarikas, 2018) References: Cherry, K. (2018, October 15). The 4 Stages of Cognitive Development. Retrieved Devember 27, 2018, from -2795457Sarikas, C. (2018, July 10). Vygotsky Scaffolding: What It Is and How to Use It. Retrieved December 26, 2018, from -scaffolding-zone-of-proximal-development
How is this different from the current me?What theories help to explain these changes? Why?(include References)r The sixteen year old me is different from the current me now because, at age 16, I was searching for my own sense of independence whereas now, I'm fully independent and able to do things on my own with very little to no help from others. I was also learning how to "perfect" my decision making skills at the