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Child Development and Learning Essay

… The theory makes an assumption that children go through the same sequence of development though at different rates Lyon, 1996.

Therefore, teachers must make special efforts to arrange their classroom activities to accommodate the disabled children who may not be able to develop as fast as the others. For example, for the blind child, they should be provided with audio books and given longer time to complete assignments or even given fewer assignments to complete.


Das, J.P. (1999). Some Thoughts on Two Aspects of Vygotsky's Work. Educational Psychologist, 30(2), 93-99.

DeVries, R. (1997). Piaget's Social Theory. Educational Researcher, 26(2), 4-17.

Glidden, L.M. (2000). Adopting Children with Developmental Disabilities: A Long-Term Perspective. Family Relations, 49(4), 397-405.

Holland, D.C., & Valsiner, J. (1988). Cognition, Symbols, and…. [read more]

John Grierson the Documentary Film Developed Term Paper

… John Grierson

The documentary film developed alongside the narrative film, though largely during the sound era. It was shaped most profoundly during the 1930s as filmmakers began to record sociological an anthropological studies of different populations. Some of the early films were treated much as narrative films were and were widely released in theaters, achieving some popularity. In the early 1930s, this included such films as Nanook of the North and Moana, both by Robert Flaherty. These films were different not only because they presented real people in real situations but because they were filmed on real locations and not in studios. The silent film had sometimes gone outside the confines of the studio, but the advent of sound tied the camera to the soundstage…. [read more]

Teacher Reading Summary Effective Essay

… The Constructivist theory holds that students are active and engaged learners and that learning is not something that can be observed, as it is not possible to observe the construction of knowledge since it is a mental process. Learning happens when the new knowledge and already existing knowledge of students is integrated. Constructivism is student-centric and is quite different from Behaviorism. From the Constructivist view, students take what they already know and it is related to the information that is being learned and the student's construct their own knowledge. It is also held by the Constructivist view that the student how is more motivated is more successful. It has been shown that students learn more effectively through literacy activities that are authentic. Cognitive processes and…. [read more]

Theoretical Approaches to Learning Term Paper

… 6. Young adult: 18 to 35

Intimacy and Solidarity vs. Isolation - Love

At this stage, young adults tend to seek deeper relationships and satisfying partnerships and if they have failed relationships or are unable to develop positive social connections, isolation may occur.

7. Middle-aged Adult: 35 to 55 or 65

Generativity vs. Self absorption or Stagnation - Care

There is a sense of responsibility towards family and the greater society and individuals begin to work productively towards a higher goal of generativity and learn to build better families and social lives. Failing this stagnation and self absorption may occur.

8. Late Adult: 55 or 65 to Death

Integrity vs. Despair - Wisdom

Individuals want to reflect on life with a feeling of contentment and…. [read more]

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