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Teachers" and students" cognitive styles in early childhood education

by Olivia N. Saracho

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Published by Bergin & Garvey in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cognitive styles in children.,
  • Cognitive learning.,
  • Early childhood education.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [177]-196) and indexes.

    StatementOlivia Natividad Saracho.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF723.C5 S28 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 206 p. :
    Number of Pages206
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1011567M
    ISBN 100897894863
    LC Control Number96052166

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Teachers" and students" cognitive styles in early childhood education by Olivia N. Saracho Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is addressed to researchers, psychologists, child development specialists, early childhood educators, and especially to teachers. Its purpose is to help them understand the nature of children's cognitive style and to use that understanding to improve the learning activities provided to children; to help improve the teaching of children and, ultimately, their learning in school.

Some educators feel that children's cognitive styles should be taken into account when learning activities are planned for them.

The term cognitive styles refers to one's personal style, and describes an individual's mode of understanding, thinking, remembering, judging, and solving problems; Price: $ Cognitive style identifies the ways individuals react to different situations. Cognitive styles include stable attitudes, preferences, or habitual strategies that distinguish the individual styles of perceiving, remembering, thinking, and solving problems.

Intended for researchers, psychologists, child development specialists, and early childhood educators, this book provides information to aid in understanding the nature of children's cognitive by: Some educators feel that children's cognitive styles should be taken into account when learning activities are planned for them.

The term cognitive styles refers to one's personal style, and describes an individual's mode of understanding, thinking, remembering, judging, and.

The term "cognitive style" refers to an individual's mode of understanding, thinking, remembering, judging and solving problems. Suggesting that this should be taken into account when learning activities are planned for a child, this text presents perspectives and practical applications.

(source: Nielsen Book. Cognitive Styles in Early Childhood Education. Journal of Research in Childhood Education: Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. The early childhood years are so exciting. It is in these moments from birth to grade 5 that major developmental work takes place. Culture, the individual's mind, the classroom layout, peers, situation, and circumstance affect every aspect of these early developmental years.

As a 21st century early childhood educator you understand the value of keeping with contemporary models of education and. Every learning style has its pros and cons, but learning isn’t a cookie-cutter activity. A teacher should consider using two or more learning styles to engage their students in the best way.

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While current education policy emphasizes academic achievement, it is argued that social-emotional learning (SEL) and cognitive abilities are important foundations of early academic success.

This book reviews positive interrelationships among social-emotional learning (SEL), cognitive abilities, and academic achievement in early childhood. Cognitive style, a psychological construct, characterizes individual differences in styles of perceiving, remembering, thinking and judging.

Originally published inthis volume explores important findings emerging from contemporary research on cognitive style in young children and the implications for classroom practice at the time. Limitations of applying cognitive styles to early childhood education By Stephanie L.

Shipman Representing individual differences in modes of perceiving, remembering and thinking (Kogan, ), cognitive styles would appear to have obvious implications for learning and instructional strategies. Early Childhood Education: Building Blocks for Future Success Video Series It demonstrates that the successful classroom builds relationships between the teacher and the students, celebrates learning, is managed well with consistent rules, boundaries, and use of transitions, and is structured in a way that helps students feel empowered to.

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Social Cognitive Theory is typically spoken about at the early childhood level This theory has created the ideas of student-centered learning in education versus teacher-centered learning. to learn, the site states. This theory also discussed incorporating technology in the classroom and ways to educate students in the digital age.

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A facilitator of learning is a teacher who does not operate under the traditional concept of teaching, but rather is meant to guide and assist students in learning for themselves.

Many educational. Summarizes research on the field dependence-independence (FDI) dimension of cognitive styles of teachers. Argues for the integration of FDI knowledge into teacher preparation programs and more attention to teachers' and students' cognitve styles.

Table of Contents. Preface. Introduction. Section 1: Background Information ive Styles in Children: Some Evolving Trends Nathan Kogan and Carolyn Saarni tions of Applying Cognitive Style to Early Childhood Education Stephanie L.

Shipman ive Style and the Evaluation of Young Children’s Educational Programs Olivia N. Saracho Section 2: Implications of Cognitive.Check out more early childhood educational activities and resources below: If you’ve been puzzling over how to teach your baby math or you’re just searching for new and inspiring music activities for kids, our extensive resource library has you covered.

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