Name of student Name of tutor Course Date Week 3_Discussion Developmental phases are essential to consider when addressing how we learn. According to Piaget's theory discrete stages of development are marked by qualitative differences. These stages are progressive and are characterized by biological maturation and environmental experience (Gibson 193). For instance a child develops a particular understanding of their environment as they grow their view changes as they understand more about their environment. Therefore developmental phases are important to address how we learn. How does effective schema development affect our ability to move knowledge past and future? These sub-theories show that my learning success is intertwined with my environment and the character I uphold while learning. This is so because the environment doesn't only influence my learning but also my personality. Tentatively my behavior also impacts the environment hence facilitating the success of my learning. Work Cited Cook David A. and Anthony R. Artino. "Motivation to learn: an overview of contemporary theories." Medical education 50.10 (2016): 997-1014. Gibson Sharon K. "Social learning (cognitive) theory and implications for human resource development." Advances in Developing Human Resources 6.2 (2004): 193-210. [...]
Prior to engaging in this discussion, read Chapter 4: Cognition, Learning, and the Environment in your required e-book, review the article “Socially Situated Cognition in Perspective” and the Instructor Guidance, and view the video What Are Schemas? (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.. Cognition incorporates numerous variables that are suggested to affect how we learn. For this discussion please address the following theories that support this suggestion: Evaluate and discuss the applicability of Piaget’s theory of cognitive development. Why are developmental phases important to consider when addressing how we learn? How does effective schema development affect our ability to move knowledge (memories) from working memory to long-term memory? How do the differing types of schema (Table 4.2: Types of comprehension-associated schema in your required e-book) potentially play differing roles? Why might one type of schema be harder for a person to develop than another? How does the term reciprocal determinism further explain the dynamic of learning that is suggested to be affected by our environment? (social learning theory and social cognitive theory) Based on your previous answers, how do these sub-theories and frameworks affect your own learning success, past and future?