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HDF 100 Week 5 Lecture Note

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There is only one day of notes here, due to not having class the next time!
Introduction to Human Development
Dr. Bruce Covey
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HDF 100, week 5, central michigan university
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Date Created: 03/10/16
February 24, 2016 Preoperational Thought nd  Piaget’s 2 of cognition  Thinking is magical and self-centered  Obstacles of preoperational thought: o Centration: Where a child looks at something from their own aspect rather than adults who look at it from all sides o Egocentrism o Conservation: belief in a child thinking there is more in the same tube Social Learning  Vygotsky: social learning theorist  Children learn from their environment  Terms: o Apprentice in thinking  Learning from older members of society (parents, siblings, etc.) o Scaffolding  Temporary cognitive structures or methods that help children as they are learning o Zone of Proximal Development  The children learns best when they are in the mix  Example: learning to cook Children’s Theories  Theory-theory o Regularly asking “why” or “how” things happen o Trying to determine how their world works  Theory of Mind o A person’s theory of what other people are thinking  Common understanding of how the mind works o Not usually possible before age 4 o Related to brain maturation and language skills  Enhanced by having an older sibling Language  Vocabulary o 500 words by age 2 o 10,000 words by age 6  Fast-mapping: trying to sort words in categories in places they don’t belong  This time is the ideal time for learning a second language Early Education  Child-centered o Believes in the need for children to learn and explore without adult direction o Little, if any, structured instruction time  Teacher-directed o Focuses on academics taught to an entire class o Strong distinction between experiences of school and home  Interventions o Programs focused on boosting learning skills o Usually for low-income families


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