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    The positives of my teacher were present mainly in terms of motivation. The students (My peers) praised me on the positive re-enforcement I gave them during the lesson. I also believe another strength of mine is questioning, this is incredibly important as Vygotsky theorized that children learn better when given structured and analytical questions by the teacher. I think I scaffolded the children well into the activity. Although I do see positives in my teaching the negatives are the most…

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    individual’s control (Gray & Macbain, 2012). Biermeier (2015) and Lindon (2012) both state that sociocultural theory justifies behaviour by recognising the whole ecological system of the child. Moreover, sociocultural theory emphasises the importance of social interactions and cultural practices as being instrumental in cognitive development and children learning specific attitudes and behaviours (Nolan & Raban, 2015). A key feature of sociocultural theory is Vygotsky’s zone of proximal…

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    In author Matthew Lieberman’s “Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect,” he expounds on his research in social neuroscience, where he reveals how essential our need to interact and connect with others around us is and the role that the lack of social interaction is playing in our everyday lives. He goes on to explain that this need to be social is as, if not more, important as our physiological needs, such as food, water, and shelter. Lieberman uses various forms of data collected from…

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    however, the question that many had wondered was the vital role that these relationships had played with individuals. American psychologist Harry Harlow, was a researcher best known for his experiments that was based on social isolation, dependency needs and other research based on social interaction. In order to accurately explain the reason why human beings seek these types of relationships, Harlow decided…

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    In this class Management Issues with Individuals with Disabilities the students were to go out to a school and observe a child who exhibited behavioral issues. This case study will be over what I gathered throughout those 10 weeks of observing. Section A = Legal basis for Behavior Management Planning Between the three sections of legal references for positive behavioral interventions I would have to choose section 2 which states, “ The IEP Team must- In the case of the child whose behavior…

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    We hold many values in our lives today, but by far friendship remains the most significant. A good friendship includes honesty, loyalty, sincerity and most importantly trusting each other. Trusting each other in a friendship remains crucial because it shows reliability and confidence between two people. This helps friends become closer and feel more safe. In the play Romeo and Juliet and the book Digital Fortress, the significant relationship of friendship exists through trust. Within the…

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    I think monkeys and humans need social interaction to have a long and happy life. Just like humans they crave attention. You can see this happen in research laboratories even when it is painful they still interact with the scientists. We can compare monkeys to us in so many ways including behaviors, family groups and social interaction. I think we could learn a lot from the monkeys in observing how they behave in all kinds of situations. Observing them in the wild would be the best way but in…

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    Joseph was disturbing his peers mostly throughout group and provoking them by mocking them and arguing with his peers all throughout the group. Joseph had to be redirected several times and asked to go to his room for his actions during group. Once returning to group Joseph was able to redirect himself and continue group in without any interruptions once told he will receive consequences for his disruptive behavior. Once told this Joseph tried to discuss issues in about his peers provoked him…

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    actions for schools to take to make sure that pupils develop positive altruistic behavior and are able to deal successfully with unsuitable pupil behavior. “Ethos can be defined as the ‘atmosphere’ which develops in a setting as the result of the social interactions (e.g. the way people show respect to others etc.) between the practitioners, children, parents, and others involved in the day to day practices and processes (e.g. teaching, greeting people, etc.)” (Blandford and Knowles, 2009) The…

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    Students want to spend less time on work so they can get back to social media. They have eliminated the process of actually doing problems, and working through questions by using technology, for instance Google. Students no longer have to spend as much time getting to the answer for class work, all they have to do is…

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