Vygotsky and erikson
As educators we need to make ourselves aware of these differences and cultivate a learning environment that supports and appreciates different cultural experiences in development and learning. Isolation 7th stage: Integrity vs.
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What was her response? Isolation, Generativity vs. He was famous for coming up with the zone of proximal development and studying the effects of culture on learning. Children learn from what they are studying individually, but also from the amazing variety of work that is going on around them during the day. Generativity vs stagnation Integrity vs despair These stages are dependant on ages. Isolation Young adulthood Only able to form intimate feelings with others if they succeed in finding their identity stage 5 Either find intimacy in partner, friendship or family or they lead a life of isolation 10 Stage 7: Integrity vs. Piaget was most interested in how children think. Identity Confusion Adolescence Seek true identity Either follow a crowd to be a part of something or develop sense of individuality 9 Stage 6: Intimacy vs. Biological development drives stage progression. Despair 4 Stage 1: Trust vs. These two theories promote the idea that children get inspired from their surroundings during the learning process. Piaget believes that experiences determine the stages of development while Erikson uses all the stages upto the elderly years as essential in explaining the stages of development. Initiative vs. This is when they develop life skills and identity to help inform the next stage.
He focused his cultural studies on the external world, including things such as wars in his studies. This pattern then goes internal, but people still use private speech to help their cognition, e.
Erikson felt that each life event impacted on the next one and the success of progressing through life was dependent on a prior challenge. Inferiority 5th stage: Identity vs.
Stagnation, and Integrity vs. What was her response? Formal operational stage: Age eleven up; abstract thought and problem solving is developing.
The first group is called the "Nido" and consists of children in necessary daycare for working parents. Thus, trust vs mistrust is the first hurdle that children face in life, between the early ages of birth to one year old. Believed that social interaction cultural shaped how a child will learn and what they will be able to learn.
Along with the theories of development, there are theories of learning.
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