Sociocultural Theory of Cognitive Development also played a role in changes

Sociocultural theory of cognitive development also

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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 - 2795457 Sarikas, C. (2018, July 10). Vygotsky Scaffolding: What It Is and How to Use It. Retrieved December 26, 2018, from - scaffolding-zone-of-proximal-development
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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
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