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proximal development
Elinor Goldshmied
active learning
Heuristic play
Chris Athey
exploratory
Scaffolding
Bob Hughes
Theorists
Tina Bruce
sociable
Holistic
Vygotsky
Bandura
Bruner
Moyles
Schemas
Piaget

Piaget and Vygotsky Terms Crossword

Piaget and Vygotsky Terms Crossword
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Cultural development between people (Vygotsky)
Two words. Type of learning when you work with others in a social environment (Vygotsky)
Category of memory (symbols) (Piaget)
When objects in world are added to old schema (Piaget)
Term that means when children can't grasp that other people have needs (Piaget)
Used to support learning during its early phases (Vygotsky)
Knowledge is actively constructed through social interactions (Vygotsky)
Two words. Term that means when children imitate actions from days or months ago (Piaget)
Difference between what a child can do on his own and what can be accomplished with some assistance (Vygotsky)
When schemas are altered due to new experiences or interactions (Piaget)

Theorist Word Search

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pyschosocial
Montessori
intrinsic
classical
cognitive
kohlberg
vygotsky
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sigmund
Bandura
piaget
watson
pavlov
theory
social
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Childcare Theorists Word Search

Childcare Theorists  Word Search
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Bronfenbrenner
The Big Five
Ainsworth
Kohlberg
Vygotsky
Chomsky
Erikson
Skinner
Bandura
Gessell
Bowlby
Harlow
Cooley
Harter
Pavlov
Bruner
Piaget
Athey

Early Childhood Cognitive Development Crossword

Early Childhood Cognitive Development Crossword
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Increases the likelihood of a behavior occurring
mental representations of the world around them
Piaget's first developmental stage
Conscious, rational part of personality
Unconscious, source of biological needs/desires
The conscience
directly processing information that a child knows
changing what one knows to fit the new information
Child starts to think in symbols
Child starts to think logically
reinforcers and punishments
stimulus, response
decreases the likelihood of a behavior to occur
Bandura's Social Learning Theory
consists of activities and interactions in the immediate environment

Child Development Theories Crossword

Child Development Theories  Crossword
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What is another word for a filing system in your brain?
Who is the cognitive theorist who said that children develop in four stages that must be sequential
What a child can do on their own in comparison to what they can accomplish with help
Helping children learn by assisting them
The first stage in Piaget's theory
When we are confused and inbalanced.
The stage in Piaget's theory where children start representing the world through words, drawings and images
A state of balance
The level closest to children in the Ecological theory
The child has no direct control (Ecology)
The time the child is in (Ecology)
This theorist said that children learn through their interaction with the environment
The study of the brain
This man said that children are not a "social vacuum" rather children learn through relationships and connections

Chapter 9 (Cognitive Development in Early Childhood) Word Search

Chapter 9 (Cognitive Development in Early Childhood) Word Search
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Overlapping-Waves Thoery
Phonological Awareness
Guided Participation
Imaginary Companions
Preoperational Stage
Egocentric Thinking
Dual Representation
Animistic Thinking
Sociodramatic Play
Emergent Literacy
Memory Strategies
Intersubjectivity
Make Believe Play
Episodic Memory
Logical Thought
Irreversibility
Private Speech
Metagognition
Conservation
Scaffolding
Centration
Planning
Vygotsky
Scripts
Piaget

Developmental Psychology Crossword

Developmental Psychology Crossword
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Cognitive framework that helps us organize and interpret information
Process of incorporating new info into pre-existing schema
Process by which pre-existing knowledge is altered in order to fit new info
Balance between applying prior knowledge (assimilation) and changing schemata to account for new info (accommodation)
Stage when children learn the world through movement and senses (Piaget)
Principle that a given quality does not change when it’s appearance is changed.
Inability to understand that another person's view or opinion may be different than their own.
Belief children actively construct their knowledge
When children perform more challenging tasks with assistance (Vygotsky)
instruction on a level that is just a step above what the student is capable of on their own without support. (Vygotsky)
Theory included 8 stages of psychosocial development

Theorist Graphic Crossword

Theorist Graphic Crossword
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This theorist believed that the ethological theory is very important for development, and he also argued that the relationship between a child and caregiver, will affect the child later in life.
Discovered classical conditioning, by observing dogs natural reaction to their food, then added the sound of a bell.
Created the Theory of Psychosexual development, made up of these five stages: Oral, Anal, Phallic, Latency, and Genital.
Created the Sociocultural Cognitive Theory, and the ZPD (Zone of Proximal Development).
This theorist's theory, states that development is influenced by five environmental systems. Five systems are: Microsystem, Mesosystem, Exosystem, Macrosystem, and Chronosystem.
Created the Psychosocial Theory that has eight stages of development; in each stage the individual has a crisis that they must resolve, in order to move on to the next stage.
Developed the term of imprinting, by observing the greylag geese, ability to follow their mother right after they hatch.
Created the social cognitive theory and believes that cognition, environment, and behavior all play a big part in a child's development.
This theorist believed that there are four stages of cognitive development, which are centered around the skills of organization and adaptation.
This theorist believed that children need freedom to choose their own activities, while the teacher is there as a facilitator.
This theorist believed that moral education wasn't a part of the programs, because it is present in their moral atmosphere or "hidden curriculum" .
This theorist proposed the "Over Lapping Wave" model for cognitive development.
Created operant conditioning, which is half rewarding good behavior and half punishing bad.

Theorists Crossword

Theorists  Crossword
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Final stage in Piaget’s Cognitive-Development Theory
Test used to see if a child is egocentric
Believes that children are driven by some inner force to learn
Theorist who viewed communication as behavior
Theorist that believes in learning through observation and metacognition
The Theory of _____ states that all children are born with the capacity for learning language.
Theorist that developed the Zone of Proximal Development
The first stage of Vygotsky’s speech development
Theorists who believes that teachers and children should be “learners together”
Bronfenbrenner’s systems that includes how the different parts of a child’s microsystem interact and affect the child
An explanation of how the facts fit together
Number of parts to Piaget’s Cognitive-Development Theory
Theorist that developed the ecological systems theory to explain how everything in a child and the child's environment affects how a child grows and develops
Theorist who developed theory of multiple intelligences
Theorist who encourages kids to be outside and active

Child development Word Search

Child development Word Search
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adolescent
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