Child Cognitive Development
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This paper discusses previous research which suggests that testing for child cognitive development should encompass computer visual aids, as well as previous knowledge stimuli in order to assist children in greater thinking skills. The paper further discusses a study which tested both of these theories, and provides results to the testing. This is a study of previous research as indicated.
From the Paper:"Two separate research instruments were used in compiling information for the data of this study. These documents were E. Beverly Lambert's (2000) journal article, Problem-solving in the first years of school, and Maurice Hollingsworth and John Woodward's (1993) journal article, Integrated learning: Explicit strategies and their role in problem solving instruction for students with learning disabilities. In Lambert's (2000) article the research indicated that a concern existed regarding the cognitive development of children who lacked a reference to their previous learning knowledge base, and were thrust into immediate structured learning within a school system (p. 32). Lambert (2000) contends that as children are progressed into a school curriculum that has it's own formula for learning, children are often struggling to conform to this educational approach because they have no basis to draw from as they formulate new concepts and ideas."
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