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Stress and Scaffolding

Learning the differences in each student each year sounds impossible, yet necessary and like the most fulfilling part of the job! Being able to differentiate between each students learning strengths and weaknesses can help teachers as well as students. 382 more words

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The Right Attitude

After finishing Mind Amplifier, reading Beyond the Hole in the Wall: Discover the Power of Self-Organized Learning was a big change and not what I was expecting. 583 more words

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Expanding On What Nature Gives Us

Over the past few weeks of class, we have been discussing student cognition and biological development, and how this affects learning. While biology plays a large role in how students physically and mentally think, experience also plays a hand in shaping their minds. 482 more words

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Reflection M4

When I reflect upon what I have learned about childhood development thus far, several main ideas stand out to me as playing a vital role in informing classroom practice. 966 more words

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Reflecting on Cognitive Development

I believe that the main role of teachers is to provide students with an education.  This education encompasses information and skills that will prepare them for college and the work force when they leave school.  362 more words

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Biological/Cognitive Development and Nature vs. Nurture

I have really enjoyed familiarizing myself with Piaget’s cognitive stages of development and other aspects of biological development. Understanding developmental processes and stages in children will ultimately help me manage and teach my classroom lessons to best fit the needs of my students (H1). 240 more words

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M4 Reflection

Two major aspects that  have stood out to me up to this point in my course work is how our brains are wired for exploration and the diversity that comes with individual brain wiring. 224 more words

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