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EDU70004:
Teaching the Growing Child
By: Hayley. Louise. Loaney
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QUESTION 1:

Who are two of the key cognitive development theorists and what are their main contributions to the field of cognitive development?
QUESTION 2:
Who are two of the key moral development theorists and what are their main contributions to the field of moral development?
QUESTION 3:
“Understanding cognitive development allows us to properly select curriculum and activities and to scaffold instruction so that students are challenged, but not frustrated”
(Melissa Storm, 1994)
QUESTION 4:
How will knowing about theories of cognitive and moral development help you in your teaching practice?

QUESTION 5:
Can you please provide an example of the application of
cognitive development in the classroom? In your example, please
specify the grade to which your example applies.

QUESTION 6:
(Ahn, 2014)
(Lev Vygotsky Quotes, 2014)
Piaget's Stages of Development
1. Sensorimotor 0-2years
2. Preoperational 2-7years
3. Concrete Operational 7-11 years
4. Formal Operational 12+
Underlying 4 principles - Vygotsky
1. children construct own knowledge
2. Development cannot be separate from its social context
3. Learning can lead development
4. Language plays a central role in mental development
Piaget's theory:
Heteronomous leads to Autonomous through 3 transitional stages:
1. Premoral (0-5 years)
2. Moral Realism (5-10years)
3. Moral Relativism (11+)
Kohlberg's theory:
Key concept: Internalisation
STAGES:
Pre-Conventional Morality: Right and Wrong determined by rewards/punishment
stage 1: punishment & stage 2: rewards
Conventional Morality: Views of others matter - avoidance of blam
e
stage 3: good intentions & stage 4: obedience to authority
Post-Conventional Morality: Abstract notions of justice - rights of others override obedience to laws/rules
stage 5: difference between moral and legal right & stage 6: individual principles of conscience
Why do you think it’s important for teachers to have an understanding of cognitive and moral development?

(Hinduism 101: A teacher’s resource for teaching about Hinduism, 2014)
(Loaney, 2013)
Can you please provide an example of the application of
moral development in the classroom? In your example, please
specify the grade to which your example applies.

(Debating over homework, 2015)
(History questions yr 1,
2015)
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