Running Head: LEARNING ASSIGNMENT
Labette Community College
Shaping behavior is a conditioning pattern used primarily in the experimental analysis of
behavior. This behavioral term refers to graduall
PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT IN
INFANCY ( 1st two years)
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Hallmark of 1st 2 years- Dramatic & Rapid
Average growth from 20 inches at birth to 3
ft at 2nd yr.
By 5 months birth-weight had double
PHYSICAL & COGNITIVE
MODULES 5.1 & 5.2
Article 29: Peaceful
#28: What makes them tick
Adolescence- developmental stage
between childhood and adulthood.
Imprecise timetable for beginning OR
end of adolesce
From sensing to knowing
Cognition- ALL mental activities associated
with thinking & knowing.
Piaget Theory of Cognitive Development
Information Processing Th
EVALUATION ELEMENTS FOR ACTIVITY REPORT
This observation Summary report is written in AN ACADEMIC ESSAY FORMAT.
These are designed to promote critical thinking and theory application. They will be 3 to
5 paragraphs 650 words. Thes
GRADING RUBRIC FOR DISCUSSION POSTINGS
Not all comments are valued equally. They have a point spread of 1-7 points based on use of
principles and critical thinking:
* 1pt= single unproductive thread. WELL BELOW STANDARD
I agree, same thing happened to me,
REFERENCE CITATIONS (IN-TEXT)
Use the author-date format to cite references in text. For example: as Smith (1990)
points out, a recent study (Smith, 1990) shows. . . . Every source cited in your text-and
only those sources cited in your text-are reference
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Several stages of development have an objective observational assignment,
which is typed in a formal academic report:
Each observation is worth 20 points.
The student must include the required elements. SEE E
ETHICAL GUIDELINES FOR RESEARCHERS
The childs rights supersedes the rights of the investigator.
The individual investigator is responsible for establishing and maintaining ethical
The investigator must inform the child of all aspects of the rese