Lev Kuleshov

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  • Mathematical Pedagogical Analysis

    Educator’s mathematical pedagogical beliefs play a huge role in developing children’s early year’s numeracy and their achievement in mathematics. One of the mathematical pedagogical that I believed that is, children construct their own mathematical knowledge through play (Perry & Dockett, 2007). According to EYLF, play-based learning has always been a significance factor of early childhood education (DEEWR, 2009). For many children, mathematics can be a torture but play was always something they…

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  • Evaluate Social Cognitive Theory

    Evaluate Social Cognitive Theory The Social Cognitive Theory, or the Social Learning Theory was first founded by Albert Bandura and his partners in the early 1960s.The theory explains the way we learn from others, through attention, retention and motivation. The theory suggests that we take an interest and liking to the model, identify with the model and then show consistent similar behaviours as our models. Typically, our parents, teachers or friends serve as our models. Bandura et al did an…

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  • Summary Of Vygotsky's Sociocultural Theory

    Theoretical Framework Vygotsky’s theory is better know as the sociocultural theory. The sociocultural theory explains that both culture and social interactions influence the development of a child. Within Vygotsky’s theory there are three subsections: the zone of proximal development, private speech, and the use of scaffolding (Arnett 2016). Throughout my parenting of my child, Miles, I used scaffolding frequently. Arnett (2016) explains that scaffolding is used in order for a child to slowly…

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  • Lev Vygotsky's Sociocultural Theory Analysis

    Lev Vygotsky founded the sociocultural theory. His theory started in the 1930’s and still today is discussed to improve childrens education. This theory has an impact on young children’s social and cultural experiences. He believes that children are always learning, that all children are able to learn from adults who are more advanced and educated than themselves. Sociocultural theory believes the culture of beliefs, morals, traditions, and skills all help a child develop. He believed that…

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  • Piaget's Five Pillars Of Reading Analysis

    Introduction When teachers think about teaching reading, they are faced with many challenges. Not only are there hundreds of different programs and strategies to incorporate into lessons, but also teachers always encounter a diverse population of reading students. There are students who are ‘natural’ readers who can pick up a book and enjoy it for hours. Then there some students that will do everything they can to avoid reading or even looking at a book. It is a teacher’s job to find a way to…

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  • Piaget And Vygotsky: A Comparative Analysis

    Piaget and Vygotsky: Similar Differences People recognize that Jean Piaget and Lev Vygotsky are two of the most influential thinkers in the world of developmental psychology. These two theorists are similar in several ways, but are also different in at least one key area that may not be obvious when generally studied (Lourenço, 2012, p. 282). It is important for educators to compare the philosophies of both Piaget and Vygotsky in order to become familiar with how children develop so that their…

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  • Importance Of Piaget's Theory Of Learning

    To further understand Piaget’s theory we need to understand the term schema. The schema is ‘a cohesive, repeatable action sequence possessing component actions that are tightly interconnected and governed by a core meaning’ (Tuckman 2011, p.46). In essence, a schema is a building block of behaviour that organises information and knowledge. The schema is used to perceive new information and build upon existing knowledge. In regards to a school setting, the schema can be used as a tool for…

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  • Social Constructivism In The Classroom

    Constructivism and Social Constructivism in the Classroom (From: http://marjorieumg.weebly.com/learning-theories.html) For this work, I would like to focus on “Constructivism and Social Constructivism in the classroom” in the scope of this course. In the following sections, I will explain the meaning and the basics of constructivism theory, the origin of it and the starting point of the theory. In addition, importance of constructivism theory will be discussed. Furthermore, the supporters…

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  • Essay On Wellness And Wellbeing Of Children

    How do you best support the wellness and wellbeing of children in your care? Today we are going to look at the topic of wellness. Specifically, how do you best support the wellness and wellbeing of children in your care? If you google wellness you are bombarded with an array of information on how best to achieve and maintain good health and wellbeing. With the abundance of information out there it is easy to become overloaded and engulf in too much information. What is wellness? Wellness is…

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  • My Motivation At Central Washington University

    myself and my abilities, both academic and social. However, with all due introspection and now retrospection, I feel a change is necessary because the academic and cultural atmosphere at Central Washington University is too thin for me. Sociologist Lev Vygotsky believed that peers play a major role in an individual’s development and learning. The students and friends with whom I grew up were extraordinarily bright, competitive, and creative. In high school, discussions and opinions on almost…

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