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The Way Children Learn Essay Examples

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The Issues and Understanding of the Way Children Learn
"Most teachers accept that children learn to read by reading. It is equally important that children learn to write by writing" (Evans, 1991, in EDU 282 Reader, 2005, 260). It would be unreasonable, then, to assume that children are born with an innate ability to write, as "writing is essentially a cultural ar...
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Essential Qualities That Employers Look For
There are many essential qualities that employers look for when going through the hiring process. If I were an employer, the one essential quality I would look for in a candidate would be the willingness and ability to learn. All candidates have different qualities that they would be able to bring to the company such as hon...
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A Brief Summary of the Different Kinds of Ways That People and Animals Learn
There are many different kinds of ways that people and animals learn. People can adjust the way they learn to the different situations in which they are learning and what they have to learn. One form of learning is known as conditioning. Conditioning emphasises the relationship between stimuli and responses. The two types o...
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An Analysis of the Term Referring To a Variety of Mental Capabilities
A term referring to a variety of mental capabilities, including the ability to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstractly, comprehend complex ideas, learn quickly, and learn from experience. Throughout the 20th century scientists have debated the nature of intelligence, including its heritability and whether (and to wh...
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An Analysis on Styles of Learning by Howard Gardner
The Style In Which I Learned According to an article by Howard Gardner, there are two different ways in which American and Chinese children learn. Gardner says that Chinese children are taught using a more hands on method than American children, who he says are taught by experimenting. After reading this article, I began...
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Important Values Children Should Learn from Parents
There are numerous values children learn from their parents. Children carefully observe the things their parents do and begin to show signs of influence almost immediately. Parents teach their children to respect and love other people as well as themselves. Children must be taught to be independent and to follow their own p...
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The Views and Philosophy of John Holts on Education for Children
Education In-Check In John Holts essay, Freedom for Children he discusses how children should have their own right to decide how much, when, and what to learn. Holt states that by taking children s right to learn, we are taking a fundamental right away from them. He also states that, to adults, the right to decide what doe...
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How I Learn
The way I learn is by actually thinking of things and realizing why something is what it is instead of memorization. Anything that is taught to me I must find out why it is true, because without knowing why something is right, it causes confusion. For example a person tells me that plants are green. I will walk around and k...
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A Critical Review of the Chapter Coaching from Fisher (1995) Teaching Children to Learn
Critically review a chapter of your choice from Fisher (1995) Teaching Children to Learn in relation to school experience: Chapter 8 - Coaching. I have chosen to critically analyse Fisher chapter 8 on cognitive coaching. When reading through the book this chapter instantly interested me, I wanted to learn more about chi...
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The Social and Emotional Needs of the Gifted Children
WHO IS A GIFTED CHILD? A gifted child is one who has an exceptional ability to learn. According to some widely adopted definitions, at least 15% to 20% of children may be identified as gifted or exceptionally able learners. Gifted children are those who by virtue of their outstanding abilities are capable of high perfor...
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