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Fifteen Concepts Every Educator Should Know
An overview of fifteen developmental concepts educators need to know.
# 138496 | 5,000 words | 0 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Education (Development Studies) , Psychology (Child and Adolescent)


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The paper discusses how educators need to know at least fifteen developmental concepts, including pre-natal teratogen effects on children, conduct disorder, birth order, MBTI tests, bullying, differential instruction, left vs. right hemisphere of the brain, self-esteem and self-image, Erickson's stages, new millennium students, intelligence - multiple intelligences, intelligence vs. emotional intelligence, experiential and active learning, motivation, and obesity in children.

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"Living in a global world, educators need to know more about human development in order to focus on current curriculum. According to The Condition of Education 2007 Report (2007), 42 percent of students are from minority students and twenty percent of students speak a different language than English (p.7). Educators must know more than the curriculum to help students in the global world. Educators need to know at least fifteen developmental concepts, including pre-natal teratogen effects on children, conduct disorder, birth order, MBTI tests, bullying, differential instruction, left vs. right hemisphere of the brain,..."

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