ECE353: W5 Cognitive Development of Infants & Young Children D1

Oct 8th, 2014
DotaCN
Category:
Sociology
Price: $10 USD

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Young children often fail to plan, even when doing so would facilitate their problem-solving performance. Select and describe one of the five reasons that children may fail to plan given on pages 357-358 of your text.  Construct a classroom-based scenario that illustrates your chosen reason. What is the implication of your reason when considering the differing needs of students while planning for classroom instruction?  What is one strategy that teachers can use to mediate the effects of these failures and support the problem-solving skills of their young students?

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