Child Development

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Theorist –Bronfenbrenner Urie Bronfenbrenner describes his bio ecological theory as resembling Russian nesting dolls. Each aspect of the system fits neatly inside the other systems. Reflection & Activity: In your own life, using Bronfenbrenner’s bio--‐ecological systems theory, fill in the circles of the system. It is probably obvious to you that your family and closest friends, your teachers, and your employers affect your life. However, you may see new connections between yourself and the people or groups in the exosystem and macrosystem of your own ecological system; think about the ways in which one system affects another. In the center – You! Then you need to think about your own microsystem, those influences that play the strongest role in your world. Continue to the exosystem and fill in the social and economic influences that play a role in your life. Then to the macrosystem as you consider the wider role of the general culture in which you live. As you fill in these circles, think about the mesosystem and how the influences from one are intersect with and change the influences from another. Finally, think about your own historical context – the chronosystem. What events played a strong and lasting role on who you are? Macrosystem Exosystem Microsystem YOU What connections have you discovered? How might your contexts of development create an unconscious bias? Think carefully and be truthful with yourself. It is these unconscious biases which influence each and every interaction we have with others. They change the way you, as an educator, work with children and families each day. ...
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Urie Bronfenbrenner bioecological theory
The ecological system theory states that development of the human is
largely influenced by various types of systems of the environment. It is a theory that helps us to
understand and comprehend the reason why we may probably behave differently when we
compare our behaviors in the presence of members of our family and the behaviors when we are
in school or at work. It holds that human beings encounter different environments throughout
their lifespan which directly or indirectly influence the behavior in varying degrees (Rosa et al
243). These systems include microsystem, the mesosystem, the ecosystem, the macro system,
and the chronosystem.

This is the direct environment that surrounds an individual’s life. The major
group of people that form part of my microsystem are my members of the family, the friends,
work mates at the job places and the neighbors at my residential apartment. These group of
people get in contact with me daily. It is this set of environments that I experience my direct
social interaction with the social agents. After this set of environments, the theory therefore

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concludes that people are not mere recipients of the experiences or encounters we make while
interacting with these groups of people, instead people contribute to the establishment of such an
This involves that association between the microsystem in a person’s life.
This end that one’s family life experience may be associated with their school experience. For
example, the love of my parents towards and me an...

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