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  • 1. Theories to research on!
    • Bronfenbrenner’sEcological Systems Theory
    • 2. Vygotsky’slearning theories
    Rayson’s area of research
    (Problem analysis)
  • 3. Bronfenbrenner
    http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/sept05/bronfenbrenner.ssl.html
  • 4. Bronfenbrenner
    A brief history:
    Born to Russian Jews
    Completed a double major at Cornell University
    Profession: Professor
    http://www.blcc.cornell.edu/about_mission.html
  • 5. Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological system theory
    Child experiences cognitive development in the context of a complex systems of relationships (Tan, Parsons, Hinson & Brown)
    4 Levels
    (http://www.gulfbend.org/poc/view_doc.php?type=doc&id=7930&cn=28)
  • 9. 1. Microsystem
    any immediate relationships or organizations they interacts with, such as their immediate family or caregivers and their school or daycare.
    • E.g. The more encouraging and nurturing these relationships and places are, the better the child will be able to grow.
  • 2. Mesosystem
    how the different parts of a child’s microsystem work together.
    • E.g., if a child’ caregivers take an active role in a child's school, this will help ensure the child's overall growth.
    • 10. In contrast, if the child's two sets of caretakers, mom with step-dad and dad with step-mom, disagree how to best raise the child and give the child conflicting lessons when they see him, this will hinder the child's growth in different channels.
  • 3. Exosystem
    The other people and places that the child herself may not interact with often herself but that still have a large affect on her, extended family members, the neighborhood, etc.
    • E.g. Achild's parent gets laid off from work, that may have negative affects on the child if her parents are unable to pay rent or to buy groceries
    • 11. E.g. Child’s parent receives a promotion and a raise at work, this may have a positive affect on the child because her parents will be better able to give her her physical needs.
  • 4. Macrosystem
    largest and most remote set of people and things to a child but which still has a great influence over the child.
    E.g. Government, cultural values, the economy, wars, etc. A government policy can affect a child either positively or negatively. China one-child policy affect in negative way.
  • 12. http://www.aifs.gov.au/growingup/pubs/reports/krq2009/images/fig2.gif
    Changes at any of these level can influence cognitive development.
  • 13. Vygotsky
    http://www.cafepedagogique.org/images_top/vygotski.jpg
  • 14. Vygotsky
    Brief history:
    Born into non-religious Jewish family
    Admitted to Moscow State University
    Studied law
    Profession: Researcher
    http://psychology.about.com/od/profilesmz/p/vygotsky.htm
  • 15. Main themes
    Zone of proximal development
    Private Speech
    Scaffolding
    Sociocultural Perspective
  • 16. Zone of proximal development
    Zone of actual development
    • Children solve problems independently.
    Zone of proximal development
    • Child solve problems with support
    Learning takes place at zone of proximal development
  • 17. http://withfriendship.com/images/e/24019/Zone-of-proximal-development-wallpaper.jpg
  • 18. Applications:
    Language learning:
    • A child reading a word with single vowel easy, while a child reading words with multiple syllabus is hard.
    • 19. Following Vygotsky’s lead, the child’s zone of proximal development in between these two
    • 20. Child can read words with two vowels with access to teacher assistance.
  • Private speech vsEgo-centric speech
    Piaget saw self talk in children as ego-centric speech.
    • Ego-centric speech: Results from child not yet developing social abilities, which needs him to consider others.
    Vygotsky, in contrast saw it as private speech to guide the child’s development.
    http://www.buzzle.com/articles/egocentric-speech.html
  • 21. Private Speech
    Mechanism that turn shared knowledge into personal knowledge
    Young children frequently talk to themselves. Verbalization are internalized as inner speech. Guides thinking and action.
    Exhibition of private speech even at adult level.
  • 22. Scaffolding
    Assistance rendered to children to complete tasks that they cannot independently accomplish
    Plays an important role in helping child advance through zone of proximal development
    Research shows young children (4-8) with scaffolding from Mother perform better.
  • 23. Sociocultural Perspective
    Child’s culture and peer group have an impact on the development of the child.
    He also believes that a child masters task that are deemed to be culturally important primarily through interacting with others.
    Culture: Language, Shared beliefs, Interaction with people

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