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Name Class Date Instructor Cognitive Development Table ** Please remember to properly cite your information in this table. If you are taking the definition from the ebook directly, there should be quotation marks around those words with the in-text citation. Cognitive Development Concept Definition Example that Could be Observed in an Elementary Classroom Developmentally Appropriate Learning Activity Piaget Sensorimotor stage Preoperational stage Concrete operations stage Formal operations stage Assimilation Accommodation Equilibration Vygotsky Social construction of meaning Mediated learning Internalization Inner speech Scaffolding Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) Reflection Write a clear concise introduction here including a proper thesis statement that tells your reader what the reflection will include. These should be the three bullet points in the directions. A paragraph should be a minimum of three sentence. Theories that Relate to Development In this paragraph, describe how the theories relate to elementary students’ development and readiness for learning. Be sure you have at least three sentences. Use in-text citations to support your writing. Importance of Cognitive Concepts when Planning Instruction Explain why it is important for educators to consider the cognitive development concepts when planning for instruction. Support your writing with in-text citations from scholarly research. This can be from the textbook or other scholarly sources. Developmentally Appropriate Learning Activities Explain how developmentally appropriate learning activities support memory, learning, and knowledge acquisition in elementary students. Support your writing with in-text citations from scholarly research. References Ormrod, J. E., & Jones, B. D. (2018). Essentials of educational psychology: Big ideas to guide effective teaching. (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Include at least one more properly formatted reference here.

Name Class Date Instructor Cognitive Development Table ** Please remember to properly cite your information in this table. If you are taking the definition from the ebook directly, there should be quotation marks around those words with the in-text citation. Cognitive Development Concept Definition Example that Could be Observed in an Elementary Classroom Developmentally Appropriate Learning Activity Piaget Sensorimotor stage Preoperational stage Concrete operations stage Formal operations stage Assimilation Accommodation Equilibration Vygotsky Social construction of meaning Mediated learning Internalization Inner speech Scaffolding Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) Reflection Write a clear concise introduction here including a proper thesis statement that tells your reader what the reflection will include. These should be the three bullet points in the directions. A paragraph should be a minimum of three sentence. Theories that Relate to Development In this paragraph, describe how the theories relate to elementary students’ development and readiness for learning. Be sure you have at least three sentences. Use in-text citations to support your writing. Importance of Cognitive Concepts when Planning Instruction Explain why it is important for educators to consider the cognitive development concepts when planning for instruction. Support your writing with in-text citations from scholarly research. This can be from the textbook or other scholarly sources. Developmentally Appropriate Learning Activities Explain how developmentally appropriate learning activities support memory, learning, and knowledge acquisition in elementary students. Support your writing with in-text citations from scholarly research. References Ormrod, J. E., & Jones, B. D. (2018). Essentials of educational psychology: Big ideas to guide effective teaching. (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Include at least one more properly formatted reference here.

Cognitive Development Table

** Please remember to properly cite your information in this table. If you are taking the definition from the ebook directly, there should be quotation marks around those words with the in-text citation.

 

  Cognitive Development Concept  

Definition

Example that Could be Observed in an Elementary Classroom Developmentally Appropriate Learning Activity

 

Piaget Sensorimotor stage

 

     
  Preoperational stage      
  Concrete operations stage      
  Formal operations stage      
  Assimilation      
  Accommodation      
  Equilibration      
Vygotsky Social construction of meaning      
  Mediated learning      
  Internalization      
  Inner speech      
  Scaffolding      
  Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD)      

 

Reflection

Write a clear concise introduction here including a proper thesis statement that tells your reader what the reflection will include. These should be the three bullet points in the directions. A paragraph should be a minimum of three sentence.

Theories that Relate to Development

In this paragraph, describe how the theories relate to elementary students’ development and readiness for learning. Be sure you have at least three sentences. Use in-text citations to support your writing.

Importance of Cognitive Concepts when Planning Instruction

Explain why it is important for educators to consider the cognitive development concepts when planning for instruction. Support your writing with in-text citations from scholarly research. This can be from the textbook or other scholarly sources.

Developmentally Appropriate Learning Activities

Explain how developmentally appropriate learning activities support memory, learning, and knowledge acquisition in elementary students. Support your writing with in-text citations from scholarly research.

References

Ormrod, J. E., & Jones, B. D. (2018). Essentials of educational psychology: Big ideas to guide effective teaching. (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson.

Include at least one more properly formatted reference here.