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Teaching the Growing Child
Transcript of Teaching the Growing Child
Role of Development in Teaching Practice
Links between Developmental Theory and Classroom Practice
Developmental Theory in Practice:
Prep Literacy Lesson
60 minute lesson
Objective: to develop reading, writing and sight word recognition
Led by MKO's - adults and child
Developmental Theory in Practice:
Year 3 Science Lesson
60 minute lesson
Objective: to investigate the application of heat to solid and liquid
Prediction, analysis and reporting
by Felicity Addison
Four stages in cognitive theory
Progression to next stage
More Knowledgeable Other - MKO
Zone of Proximal Development - ZPD
Six Stages of moral judgment
Biased against women
Morality of Care
Moral Domain Theory
Adults Children Children
Model Observe Imitate
Motivation to act
Plan effective lessons
Appropriate pace, level and style
Suitable language, motivation and expectations
Good behaviour management
Limited attention span
Modelling and reinforcement
MKO - Teacher & peers
Zone of Proximal Development
Motivation through rewards
Concrete Operational 7-11 years:
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Effective Teaching Practice
Social Learning Theory