The Influence Of Negative Feedback On Children

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information the child sends to the Wildlife federation will be reviewed and with that data they will be able to track the health and behavior of wildlife and plant species nationwide.

These and many other similar activities allowed us to spend time together as a family, learn new concepts, and understand our surroundings.
Using Mnemonics to Help Children Remember Facts

Mnemonics are simply strategies that could be used to aid information retention. Note that although it is best to learn the material by understand the concept, at times certain facts can only be learned with memorization.
I remember historical facts that I learned in 4th grade. My teacher made up songs which would incorporate the historical event, historical figure’s
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A motivated student would see a negative feedback as a motivation to better himself and keep trying. Unfortunately, negative feedback can be traumatizing to students who feel that they tried their best. Since the purpose of feedback should be to improve performance, notify them on what assignments are correct or incorrect. Feedback should be immediately after the parent notice a correct or incorrect action. I believe in positive feedback, therefore every time my children did something that went beyond what we expected of them, I would point it out. Although it is crucial to provide feedback while the child is still mindful of the topic, negative feedback should be given in private and not in front of strangers or friends to ensure no damage to their …show more content…
If they feel that it would further benefit them to be taught a different way, elaborate on the topic and apply some of their ideas. My sons provided me with feedback on my attempt to teach two boys how to dance. They did it, but they did not enjoy it.
• Although negative feedback should not be given in front of other people, to avoid embarrassing them, at times it is essential to take them aside while there is still time for them to act on it.

Positive feedback is critical and sends the person a signal that the behavior is correct and it should be repeated.

Understanding Piaget’ Theory

It is extremely beneficial to understand Piaget’s Theory. He had a big influence in the developmental psychology area. He believed that children constructed their own knowledge. His theory is the foundation for “constructionist” theories which states that learners are more likely to be engaged in learning when it is relevant and meaningful. Piaget identified four stages in which every child pass through.
Sensorimotor Stage (birth to 18months -2 years of age)
• This stage involves the use of motor activity.
• Limited knowledge
• Explore by putting objects in their mouth
• Language development starts during the sensorimotor stage
• Memory is developing (object

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