Nature Vs. Nurture Research

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Schools play a vital role in promoting the intellectual, physical, social, emotional, moral, spiritual and aesthetic development and wellbeing of young Australians, and in ensuring the nation’s ongoing economic prosperity and social cohesion. Schools share this responsibility with students, parents, carers, families, the community, business and other education and training providers. (MCEETYA, 2008, p. 4)

My image is a bee emerging from its hive hanging on the branch of a tree. It’s a sunny day in spring with flowers blooming in background other members of the bee’s family are returning to the hive. As a teacher I will be involved in student’s development by consistently communicating with my student’s family getting them as involved in their
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Nurture debate. This concept illustrates that while each side has great points when arguing about what can greatly influence development it can be really hard to decide whether the majority of a child’s development is influenced by predisposed or hereditary traits in their DNA, or if most of it can be determined by life experiences and his environment. (McLeod, 2015) I do not solely agree on one or the other I am caught in between as while I do think that in the early stages of development nature can be the most important it is when we start interacting with others and our environment that our development as an individual really starts to take effect. I have shown this in the picture by illustrating one bee emerging from the hive while the other bee are not far away in a group this is the nature but yet on the other side and in the background there are tree’s, flowers and clouds this is showing that my view is not of just one side of the debate but equally split between the …show more content…
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